When Gusto Italian Delicatessen and Italian Caffe opened in May 2006 in Montpellier, Cheltenham, our passion for Italy, and particularly its food and drink, became reality. Many of us have experienced the real Italy and its rich culture, the warmth of its people and the taste, smell and colour of the incredible foods and wines. At Gusto Italian Delicatessen and Caffe, our aim is to bring some of these experiences to you here in the heart of Montpellier, Cheltenham.
The cooking style throughout Italy is simple, using high quality seasonal produce. At Gusto we believe in this approach to food and our daily changing menus reflect this. We also believe in supporting small producers and where possible we buy exclusive products for our Italian Delicatessen from small suppliers, both from Italy and the UK. In the kitchen our meat, fruit and vegetables are all sourced locally – even our wild boar salami!
If you are looking for a coffee with a home-made cake or biscuit, lunch in our stylish Italian Caffe, all day Sunday Brunch, something with a little zing to take back to the office, or perhaps an Exciting Menu for a private or business party, we would be delighted to see you or help with your catering requirements.
Above all, at Gusto you will always be greeted with a warm welcome and a smiling face. It is a place where friends meet, and a place to make friends. Whilst we don't always have the sunshine here, our aim is to brighten your day. Situated in the heart of Montpellier, Cheltenham’s exclusive shopping area, Gusto is perfectly located. A stone’s throw from the festivals, Gusto is also an ideal place to visit if you are going to Cheltenham Festival events, and our customers have enjoyed listening to live jazz outside during the Jazz Festival. (www.cheltenhamfestivals.com)
Vallecoppa, one of our longest standing suppliers, is offering Gusto customers a 10% discount on all holidays booked in their recently refurbished accommodation on their stunning estate in Puglia. Read more...
For the second successive year, we are delighted to be included in the Good Food Producers Guide 2011 – an independent guide by Rose Prince.