Cacolatini - Il Vero Gusto Italiano
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And the sauce, a reduction of wine and the bed of vegetables the meat had sat upon, finished with just a hint of sweetness. for lunch and yes, that is pricy, as TripAdvisor reviewers, say but it is a trip to Italy for an hour or two without the cost of the air fare. Now that’s what caught my attention because at that point I was going for the duck but was mentally grumbling I’d have to pay extra for spuds. We couldn’t get enough of the place and from then on until we moved to the Isle of Wight in 2009, we were regulars. If I’d known then the hours we’d spend sitting at that little bar after dinner (we always seemed to be the last to leave, strange that) drinking grappa and suffering the next day….
And to think, when at Church Street they were thinking of packing it in until a rave restaurant review turned their fortunes around. We’d come together as friends and eating companions because of our shared love of this small Italian restaurant in Sheffield.So a change of lunch for the baby means lunchtimes are back for all fans of VeroGusto, the very Italian restaurant on Norfolk Row, Sheffield. The service was curt rather than friendly and still at the end no mention of the 21st although we were offered a liqueur like everyone else. Il Vero Gusto Italiano Ltd is an active company incorporated on 30 March 2022 with the registered office located in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. We cater to both lunch and dinner, and our menu features an extensive selection of irresistible dishes to choose from.
To provide balance to this review, we all really enjoyed the food which was beautifully presented and very tasty.Vero Gusto sauces are flavorless, have no added preservatives and have no added sugar (they only contain the sugar that is naturally present in the ingredients). He gave us a rave review and, in fact, we were his penultimate review before retirement when we ran The Castle Inn at Bradway in 2015. The meat had held together but the texture was so soft and tender you could have sucked it up through a straw. We even did an all dayer once, starting with morning coffee then lunch, then wine, then cake then dinner and were the last to leave that evening (we’d wisely allowed the next day for recovery).
I’ve known this restaurant across two locations and three changes of name ever since Esterina Celva and partner Bruno Saverio opened on Church Street as Gusto-Italiano. If the system detects something that potentially contradicts our community guidelines, the review is not published.The menu had a great choice of food, we tried the Frito misto starter which was delicious, we had a lamb main course and a Raghu di mare pasta dish.