As one of the best places in Nagoya to grab breakfast, Early Birds is always bustling on a Sunday morning. Owing to a neighboring bike shop, many customers are bike fanatics, who reward themselves with a big meal after a long ride. The rest seem too interested in the great beer selection to stay healthy.

The menu isn’t extensive, but there is something for everyone, with sandwiches, tacos and fried breakfasts. The real draw is the breakfast plate, which can come with one, two or three eggs (¥1,050, you’ll get double the meat portion for this set), cooked to your liking. You can also choose between sausages or bacon, as well as biscuits or bread and a huge hash brown — and for an extra ¥200 your choice of coffee, tea or juice.

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