Well-heeled and a tad snobbish, the clientele of this artsy diner is not what one generally associates with veggie restaurants. But Il Margutta occupies a prime piece of real estate on the corner of Rome's historic gallery alley, and the decor pays homage to the area, with plenty of modern art and tasteful greenery. The Green Brunch, available from Monday to Saturday, keeps things busy in the middle of the day: the set price of €15 includes a bowl of soup and one large plate filled with whatever takes your fancy from two well-stocked buffet tables, plus water, fruit juice (disappointingly tinned in flavour), fruit salad, a slice of cake or flan, and coffee. On Sunday the fare is offered on all-you-can-eat basis for €25. You can also choose to dine à la carte in the more formal restaurant, which offers a meatless slant on modern Italian cuisine, with one or two oriental touches; in the evening, this is the only option. There's live jazz on occasional Tuesday evenings; check the website for details.