Caffe Gusto Grill & Deli

Caffe Gusto Grill & Deli

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol, BS34 5DG
As anyone who lives in Bristol will tell you, Caffe Gusto is an institution in feeding and watering residents throughout the city. Serving award-winning sandwiches and coffees, as well as a plethora of other treats, these eateries come to the aid of many a hungry worker and tired shopper. Located basically everywhere in Bristol you might find yourself needing some delicious refreshment, Caffe Gusto is a true culinary saviour.

The latest offering is the Caffe Gusto Grill & Deli, located in The Mall at Cribbs Causeway. This setting provides the stage for a new Caffe Gusto concept, where for the first time you'll be able to enjoy a selection of hot meals, with meat flame-grilled in front of your eyes. The grill menu features succulent steaks, cooked to your preference, plus luxurious lamb burgers served in a pitta with chunky chips and fresh salad on the side. You can even indulge in delicious schnitzel, also cooked fresh to order at front of house. Vegetarians benefit from Caffe Gusto's newest additions too; fantastic falafel is mixed to order. This new Caffe Gusto experience is one you simply cannot miss. As well as indulging in the finest coffees and teas, scrumptious smoothies and fantastically filled sandwiches, you can now treat yourself to a hot meal with genuine flame-grilled flavour.

With 14 outlets, and still growing, Caffe Gusto is certainly convenient, but there's so much more to it than that. Quality and attention to detail are never forgotten. Smoothie-wise, Caffe Gusto has all bases covered - the selection is always evolving and incorporating new concoctions for you to try, and you can even suggest your own mixtures if nothing takes your fancy. Only the best ingredients will make it in to your cup; fresh oranges, strawberries, bananas, pineapple, Greek yoghurt and many more.

Coffee drinkers will be enthralled by the range served here, and the skill with which each one is made. Caffe Gusto created its own blend with the help of Clifton Coffee, and you're likely to hear Bristolians all over the city singing its praises. The staff are selected and trained carefully, ensuring the best possible hot drinks are served, and you just have to see the smiling faces of customers to know the level of skill they bring.

The new Grill & Deli will serve the paninis and sandwiches that Caffe Gusto is famous for, alongside the exciting new grill offerings. You'll find these lighter bites in all the other cafés too - over 100 filling combinations, freshly prepared in front of you. The bread options alone will present you with a tough choice; there are ciabattas, bagels, sesame baguettes, paninis, tortilla wraps and many more besides. The knowledgeable (and frankly, lovely) staff will help you in your decisions. Caffe Gusto take great pride in the quality and consistency of their creations. Their high standards were recognised in 2009 with a 'Coffee Bar & Sandwich Retailer of the Year' award from The British Sandwich Association - what further recommendation could you need?

Also find Caffe Gusto at: 9 Princes Victoria Street, 5 Queens Road, 39 Queens Road and Clifton Down Shopping Centre in Clifton, and at other locations across Bristol, including 3 Hanover Quay, 54 Prince Street, 2 Clare Street, 28 Upper Maudlin Street and Clock Tower Yard at Temple Meads.
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