Brutti Ma Buoni
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106 Brunswick St · interesting places nearby
Brutti Ma Buoni information
If you like dining in a place that has a sense of fun, Brutti delivers – it's the antithesis of some of the pretentious places around the Merchant City and offers decent food at happily low prices. Italian and Spanish influences give rise to tapas-like servings or full-blown meals, which are imaginative, fresh and frankly delicious. The £5 mini-dishes make a more-than-decent lunch.