Tourists are flocking to the Provisional Kitchen in San Diego to tuck into the brunch dish.
The plate features regular elements of a brekky fry-up, including bacon, sausages, tomatoes and some kind of hash, plus chutneys, toast and avocado.
But the centrepiece is an ostrich egg, which is equivalent to about 16 chicken eggs.
The massive egg, sourced from a nearby farm, weighs up to 1.3kg and is served sunny side up, with the dish costing $75 (£59).
The breakfast’s popularity has surged since a video of the ostrich egg being cooked and served was shared on Facebook, where it has racked up more than 41 million views.
Provisional Kitchen has a rating of four and a half out of five stars on TripAdvisor, and plenty of the visitors have been won over by the ostrich egg.
“It’s colossal!” one TripAdvisor reviewer said. “Easily shareable with 8 people. Served with bacon, potatoes, sausage on the same humongous plate, this will be the centrepiece of your brunch!"
In September, a cafe here in the UK was the one hitting the headlines, after a strange addition was made to the breakfast menu.
The Porky Pig in Manchester sent customers into a frenzy over its new breakfast offering that combines two British food favourites – the fry-up and a Yorkshire pudding.
A giant Yorkshire pudding filled to the brim with all the ingredients of a cooked breakfast is now available on their menu, including beans, mushrooms, bacon, eggs, sausages, grilled tomatoes and is topped off with a hash brown.
The mixture of a Sunday roast and breakfast favourite prompted a huge reaction on social media though, with stark differences of opinions.
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