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Patricia Estorino

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Gustazo Cuban Cafe

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Gustazo Cuban Cafe

289 Belmont Street

Belmont, Massachusetts,02478

United States

Company Description

Gustazo is an independent chef-owned restaurant located in the heart of downtown Waltham. We take pride in the food we prepare and the service we provide. We are looking for individuals who have excellent communication skills, common sense, manners, are able t... more

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Gustazo Cuban Cafe | TableCritic

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Patricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is as quiet and unassuming as her restaurant, despite what appears to be a great passion for her culture, heritage and native cuisine.
She describes the food as "very traditional Cuban cuisine," and the restaurant décor as inspired by Spanish Colonial design. Both food prep and plating as well as the design of the restaurant are meticulous and well thought out. The food I'll describe below, but the tiny space the restaurant houses has been completely transformed into a beautiful Cuban oasis, complete with careful tile-work, a beautiful beaten copper ceiling and romantic lighting. Gustazo is a far cry from the uninspired take-out joints that neighbor the cozy café. When I asked if a knack for the restaurant business ran in the family, Patricia reminisced about her grandparents who owned a traditional restaurant in Havana, that I can only imagine had the same meticulous attention to detail as Gustazo, with a few tiny tables already seating repeat customers and filling nightly after only 5 months of being opened Appetizers Patricia highly recommended the Camarones al Ajillo (shrimp cooked in a very garlicky sauce, with red pepper flakes, paprika and mint; $9.50) and the Tortilla Espanola (a tort layered with potatoes and caramelized onions, $7). I certainly agreed with Patricia on this - it was one of my favorites of the evening and I have been trying to replicate her recipe ever since eating at Gustavo. The Ropa Vieja ($15), another item Patricia suggested, sounded like the perfect dish, served with all of the traditional accompaniments I fondly recalled from my childhood Cuban dining experiences. The Puerco Asado ($17), a slow-roasted pork cooked in a Cuban mojo sauce (this sauce is usually very citrusy and tart, made from freshly squeezed oranges and limes) was another recommendation from Patricia and the Bistec de Palomilla ($16), a garlic-and-lime-marinated steak dish, is one I'm interested in trying the next time my husband and I dine at Gustazo.


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To illustrate this point, I'll show how our Spanish Tiles help create the ambiance of a Cuban Cafe. Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban CaféThe Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino.
To illustrate this point, I'll show how our Spanish Tiles help create the ambiance of a Cuban Cafe. Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban CaféThe Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino. She wanted to create the same charm and ambiance for the new restaurant, Gustazo, that you'd experience at a cafe in old Havana, Cuba. Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban CaféThe focal point of the room is a mural that uses 6"x6" tiles and framed with 3"x6" and 3"x3" border tiles in the same pattern. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern. Spanish Tile Mural at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban CaféPatricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern. Spanish Tile Mural at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban CaféPatricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. Patricia let me know what design she wanted and how many tiles of each size she needed. The tile would help create an environment for the restaurant that reflects her native culture. Dining Area at Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban CaféIf you are in the Boston area and want to try some traditional Cuban cuisine, stop by the Gustazo Cuban Cafe. They are located at 289 Belmont Street, Belmont MA. The Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino. She wanted to create the same charm and ambiance for the new restaurant, Gustazo, that you'd experience at a cafe in old Havana, Cuba. The focal point of the room is a mural that uses 6"x6" tiles and framed with 3"x6" and 3"x3" border tiles in the same pattern. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern.Patricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. From her first inquiry, I knew she had spent time looking for the right tile. Patricia let me know what design she wanted and how many tiles of each size she needed. The tile would help create an environment for the restaurant that reflects her native culture.If you are in the Boston area and want to try some traditional Cuban cuisine, stop by the Gustazo Cuban Cafe. They are located at 289 Belmont Street, Belmont MA.


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Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café
The Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino. She wanted to create the same charm and ambiance for the new restaurant, Gustazo, that you'd experience at a cafe in old Havana, Cuba. Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café The focal point of the room is a mural that uses 6"x6" tiles and framed with 3"x6" and 3"x3" border tiles in the same pattern. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern. Spanish Tile Mural at Cuban Cafe Spanish Tile Mural at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Patricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. From her first inquiry, I knew she had spent time looking for the right tile. Patricia let me know what design she wanted and how many tiles of each size she needed. The tile would help create an environment for the restaurant that reflects her native culture. Dining Area at Gustazo Cuban Café Dining Area at Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Hand Painted Spanish Tile - Alcala Pattern Formats The Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino. She wanted to create the same charm and ambiance for the new restaurant, Gustazo, that you'd experience at a cafe in old Havana, Cuba. The focal point of the room is a mural that uses 6"x6" tiles and framed with 3"x6" and 3"x3" border tiles in the same pattern. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern. Patricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. From her first inquiry, I knew she had spent time looking for the right tile. Patricia let me know what design she wanted and how many tiles of each size she needed. The tile would help create an environment for the restaurant that reflects her native culture.


Avente Tile Talk: April 2012

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Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café
The Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino. She wanted to create the same charm and ambiance for the new restaurant, Gustazo, that you'd experience at a cafe in old Havana, Cuba. Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Spanish Tiles Create Ambiance at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café The focal point of the room is a mural that uses 6"x6" tiles and framed with 3"x6" and 3"x3" border tiles in the same pattern. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern. Spanish Tile Mural at Cuban Cafe Spanish Tile Mural at Cuban Cafe Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Patricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. From her first inquiry, I knew she had spent time looking for the right tile. Patricia let me know what design she wanted and how many tiles of each size she needed. The tile would help create an environment for the restaurant that reflects her native culture. Dining Area at Gustazo Cuban Café Dining Area at Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Photo Credit: Patricia Estorino, Owner, Gustazo Cuban Café Hand Painted Spanish Tile - Alcala Pattern Formats


Avente Tile Talk: March 2012

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The Alcala pattern was chosen by the restaurant owner, Patricia Estorino.
She wanted to create the same charm and ambiance for the new restaurant, Gustazo, that you'd experience at a cafe in old Havana, Cuba. The focal point of the room is a mural that uses 6"x6" tiles and framed with 3"x6" and 3"x3" border tiles in the same pattern. Additionally, the 6"x6" tiles are used as accents and placed randomly in the field tile pattern. Patricia Estorino, the owner of Gustazo, is a quiet and thoughtful person. From her first inquiry, I knew she had spent time looking for the right tile. Patricia let me know what design she wanted and how many tiles of each size she needed. The tile would help create an environment for the restaurant that reflects her native culture.


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