Ok. Restaurant managers call it brunch, but it is actually a buffet. Anyway, it is a nice way to try many kinds of food for a set price. It takes place on Saturday and Sunday, usually starts after 12:30 and doesn’t have breakfast items on display. Brunch has become very fashionable in the last few years, therefore making a reservation is often required to find a table as Romans love to have their lunch out during the week-end…
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