Gusto Cafeteria is the quirky spot in Hatfield Street where Melisa and Tom and their team serve up breakfast, brunch, sandwiches, buffets and soul food.
Gusto also has a monthly supper club that should not be missed. Last month’s menu, for instance, included fresh pasta and slowly roasted (for seven hours!) lamb shoulder. Seven hour lamb shoulder. Oh, my!
This month is Curry Club, where you’ll be able to enjoy truly authentic, aromatic Indian cuisine from all India’s culinary regions. How authentic? Melisa told me that she will be creating dishes from cooking guru Pushpesh Pant’s India. Paired with the food will be Porcupine Quills Karoo Red craft beer and a 2007 Cranefields Overberg Shiraz.
Curry Club costs R300 per person,including the beer and wine pairing and the evening starts at 7:30pm.
The full menu can be found here and while you’re there, click the subscribe button on the top left corner to make sure you get all the details about future supper club events.
And if you’re keen to pop in for breakfast or lunch, keep an eye on their Facebook page; the menu changes daily.
117 Hatfield Street
021 461 7868