Gustavo’s is a Prospect favorite. The service is nice, comfortable family armosphere. The food is good but not gormet.
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Great food. Great service. Little wait. Although full many times, the wait is not long. The staff are very personable and very polite.
Great Mexican food and margaritas, plus very good service. We were there chatting for 4 hours, the waiter was awesome. We'll be back!
I met two friends at Gustavo's last week. The menu is extensive and the facilities are quiet large. We ate outside on the patio which is a big plus for summer and spring dinning. The food was good but not great. There was some confusion...More
Moved into Crestwood and right away were given some good salsa with some chips. Then I had a really good burrito plate as we partied. Last, Gustavo himself came up and gave my parents a free margarita on the house just for saying we moved...More
When it comes to our choice for eating Mexican food in Oldham County, Gustavo's is our favorite. We live right in the middle of Crestwood and La Grange so we can choose either of two of their locations. We are partial to La Grange but,...More
We had a nice meal at this restaurant. The menu has some “typical” Mexican food (like taco’s and fajitas), but they also have some house specials that are very good. Our family had the shrimp chimichanga, bacon wrapped shrimp, beef taquito’s and honey chipotle wings....More
We stopped in on our way to Canada for vacation. It was a little off the beaten path, but turned out to be worth it. We both at for less than $20. Waiters were nice and competent. Food came quick. I got the chicken fajita...More
This is one of my favorite restaurants in the area. They food is excellent, and the service is speedy! They were packed for Father’s Day, and the service didn’t suffer. They did great to move people in and out and get the food out quickly...overall...More
I could rave on & on but why bother when a few words sum it up: best TexMex food. Service is superb, the food consistently great at all 3 locations and served piping hot. Who can ask for more?