Gusttimo Cafe Restaurant
AddressLevel 1 Sunshine Square
1 Jalan Mayang Pasir
Bandar Bayan Baru
11950 Bayan Lepas
Opening hourSunday - Thursday: 8:00AM - 11:00PM
Friday - Saturday: 8:00AM - 12:00AM
Contact number016 - 449 9451
Price / Fee[3 years ago]
Black Bean Paste Ramyun- Chapaghetti (RM13) ‧ Flower Gelato (RM9.50) ‧ Flower Gelato- Red Velvet and Chocolate (RM9.50) ‧ Green Tea Bingsu (RM22) ‧ Gusttimo Breakfast (RM16.00) ‧ Honeydew Bingsu (RM20.00) ‧ Spicy Squid Ramyun (RM13) ‧ Sunny Side Up (RM2)
Dishes[1 year ago]
Melted Cheese U.S. Fries with Chili Con Carne ‧ Salted Duck Egg U.S Fries ‧ Savoury U.S. Wedges
The Name Gusttimo is the blending of the words "Gusto" (enjoyment and enthusiasm in doing something) and "Ottimo" (savouring the ultimate flavor)
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US FRIES FIESTA 2019 - GusttimoU.S. Potato growers offer processors high-quality potatoes from a plentiful year-round supply.
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Gusttimo Cafe - 1, Jalan Mayang PasirRead 5 tips and reviews from 365 visitors about bingsu, Honeydew and friendly staff. "The staff recommended to try the honeydew bingsu and I love it...."
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Baguni Korean Concept Store & Gusttimo Cafe @ Sunshine SquareHere's the location.
Gusttimo and Baguni Korean Concept Store @ Sunshine Square, Bayan Lepas, Penang.Both Gusttimo and Baguni are new tenants to the newly remodeled space at Sunshine Square, Bayan Lepas. The supermarket has recently refurbished its front entrance near Jalan Mayang Pasir, making space for the Korean-influenced dessert joint and Korean mart. Gusttimo specializes in offering Korean-inspired icy sweet treats like Bingsu and eye-pleasing Italian Gelato; while Baguni is a Korean Mart that supplies shoppers with unlimited Korean products. One corner of Baguni is dedicated to a small kitchen that offers simple Korean Noodle and Rice dishes. The space is clean and comfortable, most suitable for shoppers who wish to stretch their shopping legs and dive into a bowl of refreshingly cool Korean Bingsu. We have managed to try both on our visit- we were happy with the Bingsu but were greatly disappointed with the noodles served by Baguni (merely Korean Instant Noodles). Our recommendation- skip the Baguni Kitchen and proceed straight to Gusttimo for their Korean Bingsu.