Great simple food and nice coffee. That has to have been the best sandwich I've ever eaten. Toasted rye Sourdough with feta cheese and tomato. Nice coffee too. Great spot.
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I've been coming to this place for years and never got disappointed. One of the best coffees in town, nice pastries, homemade sandwiches, soup.. If you're looking for a nice quick breakfast, lunch or just want a coffee and some treat, this is the place...More
Popped in on the offchance during the Cork Jazz festival. A busy wee place, tall tables and pretty uncomfortable seating and a wee bit cramped...but it is worth all that as the food is fantastic. The lovely girl behind the counter is a sheer delight...More
I visited Gusto recently after not having been in there for years. I used to be a regular visitor when Marianne first opened, but moved away about 10 years ago and then this week was back in town for a wedding which was nearby. It...More
This place used to be one of our favourite for lunch when in town shopping; what happened in the past few months since we were last there...I dont know...But no more nicely arranged and appetizing food on the plates, no more beautiful bread, even the...More
We were staying in a hotel nearby for a short stay and decided not to include breakfast in the package as it would have cost a hefty €20 per person. Instead we decided to try Café Gusto. I ordered porridge with apple compote and cinnamon...More
Found this by accident but so glad we did. Perfect for a quick but satisfying lunch. Toasted ciabatta with spiced beef, tomato, red onion and horseradish to die for. The toasted ciabatta with chicken, bacon, Monterey jack cheese and honey mustard was just as good....More