Tempting daytime diners with its cheeky name, Eat Mii brings hawker-style breakfast, brunch and lunch options to West End's Boundary Street — and spicy selections in several ways. First, there's the selection of banh mi to start the day, as filled with charcoal-grilled meat. Then there's turmeric lattes, which are bound to put an extra spring in your step. Or, for something sweet, a rocky road concoction.
With eating inside, outside and taking away all available — plus vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free variations, as well as regular coffees and a selection of alcoholic beverages — the choices don't stop there. That's particularly relevant for those looking for something other than the standard Vietnamese fare. Homemade rice paper rolls are on offer, of course; however so are the kinds of dishes you won't find co-opted by food court outlets, including vermicelli noodle salads with pork patties, and pork meatballs made from a family recipe.
If there's one meal worth making a special trip for, though, it's the one every cafe makes — but not like this. That'd be the big breakfast, but forget bacon and eggs. Here, it's all about saucy steak and eggs with bread, served on a sizzling plate. You know you want to try it.