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Mimis Cafe In San Diego

WOKE UP EARLY THIS MORNING and we drove downtown San Diego to have our first meal of the day here... Mimis Cafe....
Ready to receive guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner....
Beautiful landscape at rhe pavement.....
Makes the place looks homely on the outside....
And cosy on the inside....
I ordered a Quiche Lorraine... 
Hickory-smoked bacon, aged Parmesan, Swiss cheese and green onions..mixed fruits..$8.99
Buttered toast with Mexican omelette...
And New York steak!  Yes.. That was for breakfast!
After the food... It was time to do some walking...lots of walking....
We proceeded to our next destination... Seaport Village...

Comments

  1. Look forward to the next destination Seaport Village...

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  2. Steak for breakfast? I don't mind at all! hah..hah...

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  3. I would love to have these for breakfast too! Mimis cafe looks nice, very comfy with so many plants.

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  4. Nice place to relax and have breakfast.

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  5. Ho leng ah.....the flowers. ..orang also leng la. The steak lagi leng...yum

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  6. eih, cute leh this place, like a cottage in the village, haha.. and the environment looks cosy and a little retro inside.. food wise, ooopsss, i love that Buttered toast with Mexican omelette...

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  7. Bought some quiches and pies from Kuching - will blog about them soon. Love this cottage-like place - inside looks great too.

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  8. Absolutely nothing wrong with having steak for breakfast. Perfectly alright to do so! :D

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