Then why is it called 'breakfast'? Why isn't it just a meal?
Sure, I get the point that maybe the items on the menu are those that are typically served at that morning meal, but still... It's not like you don't have say, soup and salad at lunch and/ or dinner. For that matter, miso soup is a staple at many? most? South East Asian breakfast tables. So why isn't it an all-day lunch?
Here's the yummiest all-day breakfast I've had recently, at a cheerful, bustling cafe in Melbourne: