I am a regular at Buon Gusto, and have been for more than thirty years. It is cheap and cheerful with a friendly ambience. The emphasis is on southern Italian and seafood, though to cater to the market, pizza is now offered. I have taken groups of students there for banquet dinners and we have always been well looked after and had a good time for a good price. I have met many colleagues and friends there for lunch for a quiet talk. Alfredo and Luigi are always on the job. There are no pretensions here. The food does the talking.
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