Gusto is one of my favourite chains of restaurants as I feel as though they have a little something for everyone from sharing platters to pizzas. Recently their Didsbury restaurant went under a renovation and the end result is lovely.
They have covered their outdoor seated area and redone the indoor decor very tastefully. I went to visit them a few weeks ago and I wanted to share my experience on the blog.
We decided to go for the set menu on our visit (and the three-course option, obviously…) We started with the bruschetta and calamari. The bruschetta was so lovely and fresh and the calamari were incredibly tasty as well.
For the main course, I couldn’t resist a pizza – I went for the caprino (goat’s cheese, roasted red peppers, pine kernels, caramelised onion, pesto, mozzarella and rocket). Jordan went for the classic Gusto burger with truffle fries.
I went for a little wander around the restaurant with the manager who showed me the new kitchen layout, their pizza oven and the new interior pieces that they’ve introduced.
When I got back to the table, we ordered desserts. My favourite, sticky toffee pudding was on the menu so I went for that and Jordan had the brownie with pistachio ice cream. After the three courses, I was absolutely stuffed, but it was amazing.
If you’re in the Didsbury area, I would recommend giving Gusto a go. They have a set menu, brunch menu and a la carte, which has something for everyone.
Have you been to Gusto before?
Our meal at Gusto was complimentary in exchange for a review. All views are my own.