Asian, Vietnamese, American, Pizza, Vegetarian options
Closed now
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
333 Victory Rd # 5, Quincy
Gaveston Cafe photo
Add a photo
Gaveston Cafe photo
+ 17 photos Gaveston Cafe photo
+ 16 photos Gaveston Cafe photo
Gaveston Cafe photo
+ 14 photos Gaveston Cafe photo
Add a photo
Add your opinion
Get directions 333 Victory Rd # 5
Quincy, Massachusetts, USA

Guests enjoy the sights of Marina Bay and book a table for good meals here. If you're a Vietnamese cuisine lover, come here. Visitors can have good noodles, chicken stir-fry and beef at this cafe. If you like delicious beer, don't miss the opportunity to try it. Great coffee is worth a try here.

The high ratings of Gaveston Cafe wouldn't be possible without the efficient staff. Enjoyable service is something clients appreciate here. Pay reasonable prices for eating at this place. Yelp users rate this spot 4.5.

Visitors' opinions on Gaveston Cafe

/ 58
Add your opinion
Without a doubt the best food at Marina Bay. I crave Gaby's dishes constantly. Utterly delicious, high quality food.
My favorite place to go for Pho. Also have delicious vegan options on the menu.
Hands down the best food in Marina Bay.  A hidden gem! First, the "bad" ... this is primarily a "pick up" kitchen instead of an "eat in" restaurant, although they do have a few interior tables and some basic patio tables outside, which you should use when the weather is nice.  It is essentially the inverse of every other restaurant in Marina Bay, which are all huge and have great seating / ambiance / views, but mediocre (or downright bad) food ... this place is tiny, but has great food (regardless what you order), and it's up to you to find priority seating with a killer view of the Marina or a Boston sunset.  Luckily, there are no shortage of benches / tables scattered around the Marina that you can use during the non-Winter, so with a little creativity you'll have the best of both worlds. Also, despite the hours being posted as "open until 9 PM", they last food order actually has to be in by 7:30 PM.  As this is primarily a pick up establishment and not a lounge, I'm not sure why they don't just make the posted hours reflect the time the kitchen is open ... but you've been warned.  Also, as they prepare everything fresh, it takes a bit of time to make ... I advise calling in your order ahead, then heading over based on the ETA they give. With that out of the way, the "good" far outweighs the "bad" ... the food and market! Everything we've had from the kitchen has been great, which off the top of my head includes: Steak Bomb Sandwich Steak Tip Sandwich Spring Rolls Shrimp Summer Rolls Saigon Style Barbecue Beef Noodle Salad Grilled Lemongrass Chicken Jasmine Rice Plate Scallop Fried Rice Chicken Stir Fry Scallop Noodle Plate Marina Bay Bahn Mi Barbecue Beef Bahn Mi All of the above are highly recommended! I haven't yet tried their pizza / cold subs / salads, but I have no reason to doubt that they would be excellent. Also, there is a comparably no frills "market" attached where you can grab a six pack, some wine, or even single beers out of the cooler if you so desire.  It's super casual, but fairly priced and a great way to add some drinks to your meal, without being gouged by restaurant prices.   They used to be closed on Sundays (I think), but now they are open 7 days a week! The owner(s?) Gavee / John are great, super down to earth people that I am happy to give my business to. I highly recommend you give Gaveston Cafe a try while it's still nice out ... Pick a few items to try, grab a beer or two from the cooler, and go sit outside at the Marina somewhere to enjoy the feast overlooking the waterfront!
All opinions
Get directions
Address
333 Victory Rd # 5, Quincy, Massachusetts, USA
Features
Delivery Outdoor seating Takeaway Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Parking No booking No TV Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:00-18:00
MondayMon 10:00-18:00
TuesdayTue 10:00-18:00
WednesdayWed 10:00-18:00
ThursdayThu 10:00-18:00
FridayFri 10:00-18:00
SaturdaySat 10:00-18:00
Updated on: