Brunch in Rome is only at Bakery House, here is the review of our lunch and what more this place in the heart of Rome has to offer.
Il brunch, an all-American trend, is also becoming fashionable in our country. It is a fusion between breakfast (breakfast) and lunch (lunch) that leads you to eat food associated with breakfast and lunch at the same time.
I recently went to Rome da Bakery House, where brunch is truly an institution. The chain has two eateries in Rome: the original is located in Corso Trieste 157 b / c, but recently they have opened a larger one in Via Riano 11 near the Ponto Milvio.
The restaurant really serves everything: from breakfast to lunch, from afternoon tea to dinner, to the famous brunch, served exclusively on Saturdays, Sundays and some holidays from 10.30 to 16.00. The style is purely American, as well as the interiors, which are reminiscent of American bakeries / pastry shops where you can enjoy delicious and beautiful desserts to look at.
Dishes during brunch are accompanied by Orange juice made on the spot and it is possible, which is of no small importance, to order the typical American coffee instead of our espresso or Moroccan, just to recreate the American tradition.
Dishes range from sweet to savory, but keep in mind that it is not an all you can eat, but you will pay for every single dish you order. To give an example, there will be the classic scrambled eggs with bacon, pancackes with seasonal fruit, accompanied with chocolate sauce or the more typical maple syrup.
But the proposal is really very wide: there is no shortage of muffins, cupcakes, cakes of the very high and colorful ones, cookies ... and so on and so forth.
Even for the lunch and price the menu appears particularly wide of proposals: from abundant salads of all kinds, of which the most famous is certainly the Cesar Salad, to meat dishes: meatballs served with fries, chicken nuggets, burgers of the classic ones and huge Americans and so on.
Finally, a dish that I particularly love, you will find the New York bagels stuffed with every goodness you can imagine.
For the lazy there is also a service Delivery for orders of at least € 25,00 available in the evening from 19.30 to 22.00 and on Sundays also from 12.30 to 15.00.
There is also a wide selection of teas, accompanied by a long list of cakes and biscuits: in short, there really is something for everyone.
Also very nice merchandasing purchasable directly in the shop: from mugs to tea ... in short, lots of little objects for any occasion.
In short, a truly original place and that I recommend without any reservation but in case you want to be sure to find a place as soon as you arrive, I recommend booking especially for those who want to have brunch because the places are not very large, especially the one on Corso Trieste , and finding a free table on weekends can be very difficult.