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has anyone had brunch at Romagna Mia?

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phoenikia Dec 30, 2009 09:47 AM

Noticed Romagna Mia is serving brunch, but no one seems to have mentioned it on this board. Has anyone tried it?
http://www.romagna-mia.com/brunch

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    Chocolatemama Apr 16, 2010 05:31 PM

    I'm wondering about this also. I went to Romagna Mia tonight and asked about the brunch menu. All items on it are $6.95. It included regular brunch dishes such as eggs benedict and pancakes but also includes some of their pasta dishes. For that price, I wonder how large (or small) the plates are?

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    Romagna Mia
    106 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 1E1, CA

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      childofthestorm Apr 16, 2010 05:58 PM

      Pretty random that they serve brunch, I wonder if people go? Although as a "savoury" brunch person, the idea of downing a $6.95 carbonara with homemade guanciale sounds awesome. I might need to go check this out and report back.

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        ciaociao Apr 17, 2010 09:32 AM

        I've been for brunch there. I was also curious about the $6.95 menu! We went around noon on a Sunday and there were only a few other tables of patrons. The menu is as advertised! We had a granola and yogourt (shared) to start then he had a basic bacon and eggs plate and I had the fresh pappardelle with ragu and fresh peas. The bacon and eggs were reported as being the standard fare; the ragu was delicious (as one would expect). The portions were on the smaller side; I wondered if they expect people to order two dishes. They do have a couple of appetizer-type dishes. The one-and-a-half dishes a person would have been enough for us but they also served us a big basket of fresh focaccia and an "amuse-bouche" of a biscotto with a creme anglaise drizzle (I think we were given an extra portion of this at the end as well).

        I haven't had an opportunity to go back yet but certainly plan to! For me, the house-made pasta dishes are worth a trip back.

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        Chocolatemama Apr 18, 2010 01:53 PM

        Thanks for your responses. I might give it a try. For $6.95 a dish, it might be fun to get a couple of dishes per person so that we can try a few of the dishes.

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