I visited after a gap of a couple of years. The brunch was good and the Italian chef visited the table just as before, This time I noticed it was so that she could take slices of cake from the sweet trolley each time which I suppose is a compliment to the food in its own way.
Another plus is the flow of Moet y Chandon. This practice ceased in 2010 so I stopped going. The main difference this time was the reduced number of people which is odd as I found it worthwhile. The food selection is limited but satisfactory.
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