800, RenHua Rd, Dali Dist
Hours: 6 am-2 pm
Singer, musician and Bunun indigenous tribe member Shi-Huan Chuan opened this brunch place (named after his friendly pet Pomeranian), offering a simple, yet abundant, variety of reasonably-priced western and Asian meals. There are eight combo meals (NT$50-80) featuring various options like American-style eggs, ham, fries, salad, Chinese-style radish cakes, hot dogs, garlic bread, bacon, or hash browns, which can also be enjoyed a la carte. Because of his tough childhood and background, the owner is heavily involved with social welfare efforts to help those in need, including teaching music to children, and hopes to make this place a hub for musical and charity events. --By Uvia Chang, translated by Anna Yang
A. Live singing is a great way to start the day.
B. Fresh-made food choices include Chinese-Style Breakfast (pictured, back, NT$55), served with black/green tea or soy milk; Pork Chop Hamburger (NT$35) and Hash Brown with Egg Tarts (NT$35).
C. MuMu Combo Set (NT$70)