Exactly when it is too late for breakfast and too early for lunch, you might wonder what the best brunch in Rome with kids is.
Here’s a list of a few places where you can enjoy a relaxed meal without feeling guilty for feeding your kids maple syrup or whipped cream next to their waffles.
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Bakery House serves brunch every weekend from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm. Savory or sweet, they have them both!
If you like eggs, this is the place to go crazy. Eggs Benedict, sunny side up, or scrambled – there are options for every palate! For children who might wonder how their Italian peers do without pancakes, French toasts, and waffles, Bakery House offers a wide selection of the above mentioned. You will find whipped cream and syrup, honey, and fresh fruits as the perfect garnish!
This is undoubtedly one of the best places in Rome to get brunch with kids!
Bakery House – Corso Trieste 157 (Nomentana)/ Via Riano, 11 (Ponte Milvio) / Viale America, 89 (Eur)
Close to Piazza Navona, Coromandel might look too fancy for kids, but it might be a fun experience for young ladies and future gentlemen! If you prefer sweet foods, then you can order pancakes with delicious maple syrup, powdered sugar, and fresh fruits served on fancy china. You can also grab a hot cup of coffee or freshly squeezed orange juice. French toasts and waffles are garnished as you wish.
If you are in the mood for savory foods, then there are slightly toasted bagels with avocado, cream cheese, and much more. You will not be disappointed.
You will not find an English brunch more English than this. Babington’s make their own English muffins – for their perfectly-made eggs Benedict – and the salmon they use is imported directly from Scotland. If your children like cakes in the morning, this is the place to go. The strawberry cheesecakes might make you want to start baking once you’re all back home!
A wide selection of tea in this extremely English place is a must, but coffee and other drinks are also available.
Babington’s is on the left side of the Spanish steps, so after your meal, you can just let the children run around free as you enjoy the beauty of the city.
This is definitely on the list of the best brunches in Rome with kids!
The place to go if you miss bagels. They have them of all kinds with bacon, salmon, avocado, or cream cheese. The vegan option with hummus is also a delicious choice. One of the best brunches in Rome for sure!
Waffles are also on the menu. Water, American coffee, or juice are included in the price.
For the most loyal to the brunch concept, three different versions of Bloody Mary are available to go with your meal.
Kids menu available.
Between Termini and Fori Imperiali, Ristorante Centro is one of the best brunch spots for kids in Rome!
They serve everything the word brunch makes you think of, from omelets to scrambled eggs, waffles to pancakes. Entertainment for the kids will make the meal even more pleasant for everyone.
These are our local selected options for the best brunch in Rome with kids. Enjoy, and let us know what you think once you tried them! For more information, just contact one of our locals to go discover which spot is your favorite.
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