We have been awarded 2018 Boston’s Best!
2018 Winner – 2018 Best Brunch, West
We are excited to be awarded #BostonsBest by Improper Bostonian magazine.
Just off the north side of Moody Street, Waltham’s restaurant row, sits this slice of Havana heaven. During the Cuban eatery’s bustling brunch, crêpes stuffed with slow-roasted pork are washed down with guava-mint mimosas
We are 2016 Boston’s Best Winners!
2016 Winner – Food & Drink
We are excited to be awarded #BostonsBest by Improper Bostonian..
While you’re waiting for airfares and red tape to relax enough to make your own trip to Cuba, you can visit Gustazo, a cozy, attractive outpost of the island’s lusty cuisine, perched on Waltham’s town common. Expect exemplary renditions of the classics: a tremendous Cuban sandwich, the rich coconut-milk seafood stew that is mariscada, slow-roasted puerco asado, a delectable ropa vieja of shredded flank steak and a mouth-puckering swordfish ceviche. You’ll have to take the cigar outside.
Forget winter’s chill at Gustazo Cuban Cafe
IN THE KITCHEN Patricia Estorino spent hours at a ballet barre in her native Havana, not at a kitchen countertop, but you would not guess that from the imaginative dishes she serves at the Gustazo Cuban Cafe in Waltham. Chef and owner of the restaurant, which moved to Main Street in November from a smaller location in Belmont, Estorino said she began cooking after missing the flavors of home. “It was a combination of coming here and working so hard dancing and teaching dance, and getting into this vibrant food scene in Boston,” she said. “And I was also homesick for my food.”...
Tastes of the world are close to home
Feel like you want to go somewhere but don’t want to go far – now that the weather’s so gorgeous your Facebook friends in Florida are jealous?
How about taking a culinary trip around the world without leaving the Boston suburbs? We’re talking everything from exotic, Anthony Bourdain-worthy fare to excitingly different dishes with flavors that are both new and instantly comforting. We’ve got them all in the Hub...