Written by: Kate Zusmann
Roman brunch is the best way to spend your weekend with family or friends and various dishes. The price of the unlimited buffet is from 16 to 30 euros. For Romans, it is a fusion of an Italian aperitivo with American dinner, but usually between noon and 4 pm.
Every Sunday from 1 pm to 3.30 pm, Mò Mò Republic awaits its guests for Sunday Brunch. Accompanied by live Lounge music and a rich selection of specialties of the Mediterranean and Anglo-Saxon culture, Momo offers dishes from the intercontinental breakfast to the vegetarian dishes, raw and cooked meat and fish, tasty first and second courses, exotic fruits along with chocolate fountain and a variety of desserts.
Moreover, the wooden terrace is an excellent spot for good weather, but the best way to enjoy your day is by sipping a cocktail in the garden after brunch.
Momart is an ideal place to visit for brunch on Saturday, Sunday, or a holiday from 12 pm to 3.30 pm. Their wide selection of mixed antipasti, buffalo, and cheeses is worth mentioning, accompanied by delicious jams. Moreover, brunch in Momart offers several corners dedicated to various types of plates: fish and meat dishes, vegetarian dishes, and different salads, and a buffet only devoted to desserts and specialties of the traditional American breakfast. Furthermore, the ambiance is friendly, and the service is high.
Écru is the restaurant with its pastry shop just off Via Giulia. Every Sunday from 12 pm to 5 pm, you can have brunch with a vast choice of healthy, natural dishes made according to the raw food philosophy and with organic and gluten-free products. Moreover, the menu contains various drinks, including biodynamic wines. There are two options for a Sunday brunch:
Kilo is a restaurant for the real meat and fish lovers, offering a vegetarian variety of dishes. Every day, except Saturday, there is a buffet with various types of appetizers, cold cuts, buffalo mozzarella, sottòli, hot and cold side dishes, salads, first and second courses, handmade biscuits, pies, cakes, and fruits. On Saturday, instead, all orders are made only from the menu. In addition, the price for the unlimited buffet is just 10 euros with water and Americano or espresso included.
Also, fish days are Tuesday and Friday, while only on Sundays, there is brunch from 12 pm until 3 pm at 13.90 euros (10 euros for children), with a discount on the meat menu.
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Every Saturday and Sunday from 12.30 pm to 4 pm, Ketumbar offers the BIO Brunch consisting of appetizers, first and foremost, courses, salads, side dishes, and desserts, where everything is organic. Moreover, desserts and various types of bread are gluten-free and homemade.
The buffet proposals change according to the season of the year and the chef’s creativity, where dishes often vary but always go in step with nature. Also, Ketumbar offers the Kids Menu, special seats, professional staff, toys, and fun activities for families with children who want to spend a family-friendly Brunch in Rome. The animation service during brunch time is included in the cost.
Every Saturday and Sunday, Rosti offers “grandma’s lunch” with a menu composed by chef Marco Gallotta. There is a large garden with red and white tables and umbrellas if it is good weather. Moreover, Rosti’s brunch dishes vary weekly depending on the products’ seasonality. Coffee is included in the price.
Vivi Bistrot in Villa Doria Pamphili offers terrific weekend brunch, which consists of scrambled eggs with bacon and toast, bio yogurt with organic muesli and honey, pancakes with maple syrup, and coffee. The same opening hours and menu are available in the second restaurant in Palazzo Braschi in Piazza Navona, where brunch includes juice, coffee, bagels with eggs and bacon, yogurt with muesli, or pancakes with maple syrup.
Ex Circus is an adorable place with a warm ambiance and excellent service. Moreover, the restaurant offers Sunday brunch with a wide selection of American and Italian traditional specialties for breakfast. You can enjoy pancakes in maple syrup with powdered sugar and fruits on the top, different cornetti, prosciutto and cheeses, apple cake, salads, and bio yogurt with granola. Also, coffee or juice is included in the price of brunch.
Sant’Isidoro Pizza & Bolle – Gasometro has an atmosphere and concept referred to the American tradition. Here, weekend brunch includes a buffet with sweet pancakes, eggs, bacon, cakes, and desserts such as the classic cheesecake, brownie, and salads seasoned with sauces. For 20 euros, you can get a coffee or juice and choose one of their burgers or bagels from the menu. Moreover, Sant’Isidoro offers gluten-free brunch on Saturdays.
Queen Makeda offers a buffet for brunch with a selection of international dishes, where recipes are gathered from all around the world. The buffet consists of Ceasar and potatoes salads, crunchy bacon, sausages, hot dogs, various kinds of cheese, toast, baked potatoes, vegetable wok, noodles, and other dishes. It is worth mentioning the variety of desserts in Queen Makeda, such as brownies, muffins, cupcakes, American pancakes with maple syrup, and other tasty cakes.
Undoubtedly, having brunch at the weekend is one of Romans’ most beautiful traditions. It is a great way to spend your day in good company with various food, especially with excellent weather. Share with Rome.us about your experience with brunch in Rome!
Author: Kate Zusmann
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