A newish breakfast place in the neighbourhood that serves a slightly modernized version of Taiwanese breakfast foods: their signature danbing (蛋餅）is pretty large and comes with a pork chop, egg and cheese inside (shown in the background of the pic), and their sesame breads（燒餅） come sandwich style (shown in the paper bag). And of course, front and centre is the salty soy milk (鹹豆漿).
I wasn’t a big fan of the ketchup used in the sandwich, but S loves the fried danbing. The soy milk is really tasty!
The restaurant is small, clean, and charmingly decorated — a welcome respite from the usual soy milk places (which tend to be old and dirty). But it comes at a higher price. Recommended!