This brunch was a gastronomic experience. It's not the type of brunch "eat as much as you can* but "eat the best you can". Served at the table (not a buffet) by the friendly staff who explain in detail and with passion what they are serving: juice, delicious bruschettas and a plate with salad, cheese, jams, fruit, fantastic and different sorts of ham. Nothing compared to what one buys in a supermarket, all products were really tasty. The dessert was the Easter typical cake but I suppose they change and they prepare something good in other days (this time was an easy one...). Brunch costs 17€, coffee is not included. Not many people on Easter Friday but apparently it's always crowded. The interior decoration could be a bit improved with some nice paintings of local artists instead of the so common pictures of Marcello Mastroianni usually seen in the pizzerias. Restroom can be improved. Otherwise a perfect experience.
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