Perhaps more accurate to describe this as Hong Kong-styled breakfast; it usually includes or a variation of: choice of eggs, choice of breakfast meats (ham, luncheon meat, bacon or sausage), toast and bowl of soup noodle (Macaroni or vermicelli with ham, satay beef or minced pork with peserved vegetable. This all gets washed down with a hot drink, lemon tea, coffee or Hong Kong-styled milk tea.
Pros: Very filling breakfast at around $5-$6.00. Much cheaper than a western brunch and healthier than a fast food breakfast. Love the mix of dry, salty food (eggs and bacon) with a soupy noodle (this is the Asian side of me coming out). Love milk tea!
Cons: My pet-peeve...They use the word 'sausage' but it's really hot dog wieners which leaves me disappointed. Places that serve this food tends not to be a place where decor and comfortable seats are priority.
But here at 'Made in China', the place is relativey clean and they've got some interesting bird cages going on as their ceiling decoration. The booth seats are much too wide to eat comfortably though and we changed to regular tables/chairs. It's an interesting restaurant; it shares the kitchen in the back with their sister restaurant next door, a Korean BBQ. Made in China is a hot pot lunch/dinner restaurant but they're clever to draw in the morning breakfast people. The staff are young and can be a bit abrupt but I'm here for good food and value.