A stylish Italian dining retreat in Westminster, Gustoso Ristorante and Enoteca is the sister restaurant of Al Duca and Osteria dell'Angolo in London. A diverse selection of dishes prepared using fresh, seasonal ingredients are served up on the menu, with popular choices including deep fried squid and courgette, and baked breast of chicken with diavola sauce. The bar is an ideal place for a pre-dinner aperitif, or a relaxed after-work drink with colleagues. CLOSED 24th-25th-26th December 2017 & 1st January 2018.
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Gustoso Ristorante & Enoteca
35 Willow PlaceLondonSW1P 1JH
Top 5 reviews of Gustoso Ristorante & Enoteca
Really quite a nice experience on a quiet street in London. We started off the meal with some prosecco and the flatbread with parmesan, the perfect combination. After a small salad with a delicious lemony dressing, we moved to on to the main course. I had the hake with a pumpkin purée and fantastic creamy tomato sauce. It was cooked perfectly and the purée was delicious. I also had a few bites... more
Delicious and adorable. This is a lovely little gem tucked away in the neighborhood not far from Victoria Station. We have had the bruschetta, the lasagna, the cod, and the mushroom risotto. Of those, I rate the bruschetta and lasagna with top marks, the cod was nice but I only had a bite, and the risotto was good but perhaps better as a side than a main. Will definitely return for more... more
Mediocre Italian - nothing terribly authentic - the absolute worst table-service I've ever had in all of London!
We arrived with a small group of ~ 8 on a weeknight. It was nice seeing the restaurant was fairly busy - good choice we hoped? Not quite...
Despite our reservation, the hostess seemed a bit overwhelmed when we arrived. We were seated in a fairly short amount of time at the very... more
Gustoso has, for the past few years, been our go-to Italian in the Victoria/Pimlico area. It's rarely too busy to accommodate us, has a wide well-priced menu, and the restaurant itself is cute (it even has a static Vespa in the window). In total, I've probably been about 10 or 15 times, which leaves me well placed to point out its positives and negatives (though they have recently rearranged... more
Edible but not authentic. I really wanted to love Gustoso, but sadly, the lack of flavor let me down.
Started with burata. Pretty good, but not as authentic as italy. It was more akin to a mozzarella dressed with rocket and parma.
Extensive wine selections in multiple sizes of carafes offer great wine tasting options.
I opted for the risotto of fresh veg. Very disappointed. My first... more