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Guasti Café

JeetJet | | Sep 9, 2007 10:56 AM

Guasti Café is great. I like everything about it. The food is down-home style and comes in very large protions. The ambiance is old time Calif. winery. There is enough food on every plate for two people. I saw some really big guys trying hard to finish thier plate and then finally asking for a take-out container. The veggie omelet is made with all fresh viggies. The breakfast burrito -- you need four hands to hold it. I could not finish it and I really wanted to because those potatoes, eggs, sausage, bacon and cheeese went so well together -- $5.49.
Great breakfast potatoes. The pork chops and eggs w/ biscuits & gravy is a real country breakfast.

The menu also has Fiied Bologna and eggs. The Meat Lovers Skillet has bacon, sausage, ham, ground beef scrambled into five eggs and cheese all served over a bed of potatoes. The Gusti Skillet has "everything and the kitchen sink" served the same way. These two meals top the menu at $8.99.

Guasti Café is located in an old winery building. Very good breakfast potatoes, huge Pancakes, veggie omelet, huge Breakfast burrito, biscuits & gravy, pork chops & eggs.
Exit !0 fry at Archibald Ave., Go ½ block South toward Ontario Airport and turn left - East - at the first light which is E. Gausti Rd. Immediately make another left onto Old Brookside Rd. which appears to be a half paved old road heading toward the old winery. The parking lot to Guasti Café is on the left side at the end of this road – the Café is on the right side beyond this trees. Be early or you will wait in the shade of the trees until a table is available. Comfortable chairs are also available at the counter..
Guasti Café
2902 E. Old Brookside Rd.
Guasti, CA 91761
(909) 390-6253