Buon Gusto is one of the things I miss about my old neighborhood. I used to pop in and have my penne or chicken francaise with a tricolore salad - or spoil myself and order it for delivery. The staff was so sweet - especially when they did the renovations on the first floor and had so little space for seating.
The food is good, basic Italian. You get a good deal for your money and won't be forced to get up and go for the next patron. Sit, take your time and enjoy your food. The portions are also great -- you are full at the end of a meal, but not stuffed.