During my last trip to Taipei, Taiwan, I visited Fu Hang Dou Jiang, a famous spot for traditional Taiwanese breakfast foods like Shao ping (Sow Ping).
I first tried to go on a Sunday morning, but the line was so long that I got scared and ran away. I came back on a weekday and there was nobody waiting.
It's very fun to watch them put the little bread friends into the barrel oven and then pull them out with tongs and toss them into a pile. I'm pretty sure anything cooked in a barrel must be delicious like whiskey, cognac, wine and pulled porks.
Fu-Hang Dou Jiang Dian 阜杭豆漿
Near Shandao Temple MRT (Exit 5)
Zhongxiao E. Rd. Sec. 1, No. 108, 2F
I also had a super slime breakfast in Japan in this video. Natto(fermented soybean), shredded mountain potato (tororo), okra, raw egg, and tuna. If I could, I would have slime for breakfast every day.
Here are some other videos of eating in Taiwan.