Brand new Italian restaurant Nottingham Gusto to open in time for Christmas


Gusto Italian returns to Nottingham and will open its doors in the heart of the city center this winter with a whole new immersive dining experience.

Occupying the former Frankie & Benny’s restaurant, the new Gusto Italian will be located at the corner of King Street and Upper Parliament Street.

Construction has begun to transform the site with a true show kitchen, cocktail, coffee and cannoli bar and chef’s table style pizza experience, just in time for Christmas.

Matt Snell, CEO of Gusto, said: “We are delighted to bring a new Gusto look to the people of Nottingham. The new and improved restaurant and bar will be an evolution of the Gusto brand, providing an immersive experience for brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks.

“Guests will be treated to our iconic Gusto Italian dishes and drinks in the most spectacular setting, watching our talented chefs at work in our truly open kitchen. And that’s not all – we have a chef’s table pizza experience for customers to enjoy as well.

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One of Gusto’s other new offerings in Nottingham will be its Espresso and Cannoli Bar, which will allow customers to enjoy authentic coffee and delicious cannoli, tube-shaped Italian pastries filled with a range of sweet toppings.

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The venue will also feature a new brunch menu, including a bottomless brunch, unique among its restaurants, to bring the best of party lunches to the city.

Matt added: “This venue will be something new and exciting, both for the Gusto brand and for Nottingham. The open kitchens will allow our guests to see the passion, skill and delicious flavors that go into their meal.

The new restaurant is expected to create 80 new jobs in the city center and recruitment is underway. To learn more and make reservation requests, visit the Gusto website.

Delicious food from Gusto Italians will be brought to Nottingham in time for Christmas

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