World Café

    A little global flavor to spice up your morning.
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    Chinese
    Uncle Yip’s
    Sometimes the traditional breakfast doesn’t cut it. For those mornings, there is dim sum. Uncle Yip’s has 29 variations of steamed buns, dumplings, rolls, and other surprises. This is food for sharing. Take friends. • 10736 Reading Rd., Sharonville, (513) 733-8484. Dim sum Sat & Sun 11–3

    Indian
    Amma’s Kitchen
    The vegan brunch buffet features gobhi Manchurian, deliciously sweet  gulab jamun fried cottage cheese balls, and dosa rice crepes. It’s popular with southern Indians looking for a taste of home. • 7633 Reading Rd., Roselawn, (513) 821-2021. Brunch Sun 11:30– pm

    Tex-Mex
    Enzo’s
    The breakfast burrito is an unsung hero of the breakfast world. When done right—and the Enzo burrito (eggs, hash browns, sausage, salsa, cheese) is done perfectly—it is a tortilla-wrapped work of art. • 1106 Race St., Over-the-Rhine, (513) 579-1106. Mon–Fri  7 am–6 pm

    Italian
    Europa Bistro & Cafe
    Get here early for a quiet breakfast of French toast topped with mascarpone or filled with Nutella, sweet or savory crepes, or—for Texas-sized appetites—a large center cut filet with eggs. • 616 Main St., Covington, (859) 916-5511. Sat & Sun 10 am–3 pm

    Vietnamese
    Pho Lang Thang
    After a morning at Findlay Market, there are few things better than a cup of Vietnamese drip coffee with condensed milk. Throw in a pre-lunch Pho (rice noodles in a chicken broth)  and you’ll be full until dinner. • 14 W. Elder St., Over-the-Rhine, (513) 376-9177. Tues–Sat 11–6, Sun 11–4

    Photograph by Anna Knott

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