The new Taiwanese breakfast hot spot, Cafe Mi, is now open in Fremont

Get ready for the four-decker breakfast sandwiches.

Cafe Mei, the first US branch of Mei Er Mei, a popular quick service chain in Taiwan, has opened in Fremont’s Pacific Commons Mall. fans 10 Dishes From The Elegant Café And RoasteryWith everything from pork and eggs to cucumbers, pork and sweet mayonnaise, you’ll also find traditional Taiwanese breakfast foods like dan bing and egg roll crepes described on the menu as Taiwanese pancakes, as well as tea and coffee.

As I mentioned BerkleesideFans of the original Mei Er Mei should note that the restaurant is not officially owned by the Taiwanese company. Alternatively, Fremont owner Kandy Wang owns the restaurant brand in the US and serves official recipes at 43761 Boscell Road, Suite 5125. It joins Newark’s Chef Wu – the Bay Area’s only Taiwanese breakfast shop that recently reopened after remaining closed through the epidemic, KQED Reports.

Cafe Mei sandwiches start at $3.50. A small offering of brunch items, including a pork burger ($5.50) and black pepper tipan noodles with mushrooms and ham ($9), completes the menu, which is available during the restaurant’s soft hours, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

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