Brunchin' at Gusto

Is there anything the millennial British love more than brunch? I'd struggle to find someone that says no to this. Brunch, that awkward time in-between breakfast and lunch has opened up brand new times and menus for restaurants and has now made eggs benedict one of the nation's favourite meals, but with so many options, where do you go for a lazy Sunday brunch? Well we headed to Gusto in Knutsford a few Sundays ago and indulged in a hearty meal with some other bloggers. 

If you've never been to Knutsford and you live in the North West then you need to get yourself there ASAP. It's a small village in the heart of Cheshire that boasts beautiful architecture, endless restaurants and the amazing Tatton Park, which spans across 1000 acres of gobsmacking grassland. You can literally take a few steps from Tudoresque buildings to this outstanding park, hosting a stately home and deers, sounds like the perfect place to live right? When you'll need a bit of cash to live round there. We strolled down the main road where we got to the pretty lights and green decor at Gusto and stepped into one of the most Instagrammable restaurants I have ever seen. 

With it being a blog event, there were cameras spread across the table and everyone getting shots of the beautiful interior and fancy cocktails, but it was a great way to meet new people and learn about how other bloggers do things. The menu offered a range of brunch meals, from sweet to savoury, but I couldn't help myself and stuck to what I love best, a full english. Whilst we waited for our food, we were offered a host of cocktails, i'll admit it was a little too early for me to drink alcohol but they looked delicious all the same. Once the food came we were blown away with the presentation, so much so that it felt like a shame to ruin it, but it had to be eaten. 

Some of the meals on the menu included my full english, potato rosti with egg, pancakes and toast topped with nutella, banana and cherries, sounds good right? Well it was, and once we had gone round and taken all of the photos it was time to tuck in and enjoy the food. Gusto were able to tend to any needs and changes on the menu, offering whichever type of egg I wanted with the meal and offering alternatives to the tomato on the full english ( which I still don't understand this tradition). The hot drinks were pouring and it couldn't have been a better way to spend a late Sunday morning, if you're looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy the weekend then get down to Gusto Knutsford


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