The luncheon and dinner buffets were lavish, a real feast for the eye, the linguist and most especially for the palate. There were always one or two delicious hot soups, plenty of pasta dishes (naturally), meats, vegetables, salads, side dishes and an irresistible selection of desserts (mouth-watering). All were accompanied by detailed descriptions in Italian, giving non-Italian guests a rich opportunity to improve their vocabulary!
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