Breakfast menus are fairly standard within any one country. In North America, for example, a restaurant has to offer the usual selection of fruits, juices, eggs, cereals, breads, pancakes, waffles, breakfast meats, and regional specialties because this is what customers want and expect. In addition,featuring one or two unusual items on the menu— such as an English muffin topped with creamed crabmeat and a poached egg, a special kind of country ham, or an assortment of freshly made fruit sauces or syrups for the pancakes and waffles—often attracts additional customers. Breakfast menus must feature foods that can be prepared quickly and can be eaten in a hurry.
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