Dinner on a Friday evening was excellent . . the setting, service, food and wine all as it should be . .
Gusto has several smallish sitting areas each with character; the staff are young and friendly with command of several languages. We indulged in local seasonal produce principally truffels which are in season. The servings were copious and the preparation spot on. Menu has plenty of traditional plates with a few daily specials which were excellent.
A good list of local wines all reasonably priced.
Best to book as it is a popular haunt for the locals
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