Forked path Solving readers’ dining-out dilemmas Off the beaten breakfast path in Mount Pleasant

A cake covered in strawberries created by Sebastien Jack, executive chef at Saveurs du Monde.

Q: Where can I go for breakfast in Mount Pleasant? And don’t say Page’s Okra Grill. I love Page’s, but I’m tired of going there every time.

A: The egg quotient east of the Cooper spikes on Sundays, when you can order fried catfish with gravy at On Forty One or tres leche French toast at The Americano. On weekday mornings, though, your choices are notably slimmer: As you say, Page’s rightly dominates the breakfast scene.

But if you’re itching to trade your grits for galettes, Saveurs du Monde, now with two Mount Pleasant locations, is your best bet, beginning at 7 a.m.

In addition to the galettes, or free-form crepes, folded over eggs, spinach, mushrooms and goat cheese, the cafe serves breakfast panini, savory stuffed croissants and good coffee.

So far as I can tell, there isn’t a single okra pod on the premises.

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