If you're craving an American breakfast experience you'll have to head to Grandma's Kitchen, a delightful eatery based of the home-style diners of America. You'll find pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns and even a vegetarian option. Milk shakes, pizzas, burgers and a few Mexican delights for lunch and a hearty dinner menu of meatloaf, steak and the like. For an American tummy, Grandma's does the trick, and breakfast is served all day long.
For the British palate, head to Sanlitun where you're more likely to find baked beans and a tomato as your side dishes. The toast will be deep fried just like the Brits fancy it at Chef Too.
For a classier, albeit less breakfast-like brunch head to The Courtyard or Le Cafe Iggoso, where you'll get delightfully large servings of pasta, veggies or other lunch options starting early enough in the day to dub them "breakfast."
For a more exotic brunch, Taj Pavilion, Traktirr or More's offer regionally specific cuisine and brunch/lunch options that will keep your belly fully and your wallet happy. Indian, Russian and Belgian, respectively, these restaurants have quite a reputation for quality, sanitation and happy customers.
Chinese chow for breakfast can be a bit on the rough side in terms of acclimation for tourists and expats. Still, it's worth a try one morning and Green T. House is the place to try it. Head in around 11am for the brunch options and to catch an early seat. The menu will be identical to the dinner menu, so don't be shocked by the lack of breakfast-like foods.