I think Chino has a new contender for best breakfast.And that's not a light statement. Off the top of my head, there's Bruxie's, Avocado House, Squeeze In, Rendezvous Cafe, Bravo Burgers, Flinderstreet Cafe, Wahfles, Julie's Cafe, and The Dirty Penguin to choose from. Arguably, however, Take Ur Seat takes the crown for coolest/yummiest/most epic/most fantasmerastic/most your-choice-of-superlative place to get breakfast. Sigh, now if only they were open on Sundays during prime brunch time...When you walk inside, the interior is hipster, minimalistic, and clean. Sadly for us, during the Saturday morning we went, the wait was nearly an hour. A freakin' hour. While we killed time by shopping at the nearby Target, it was neat that you could check your place in line via text message for instant updates.Finally our time came, and after ordering at the counter, we chose booth seating. Per recommendation, we started with the Pandan + Palm Sugar. Absolutely amazing, although I preferred it iced. Their logo on the cup totes that it's locally sourced from the Inland Empire. Neat. This paired excellently with the creme brûlée french toast. The toast itself stood on its own in terms of flavor, and I didn't feel the urge to drench it in syrup because of dryness. With each bite, you get a subtle taste of burned sugar that comes with any good cup of creme brûlée. Finally, the belly 2 belly rice bowl is a testament to great ingredient pairing. The pork belly blends perfectly with the spinach, egg, and rice base. I'll admit it didn't pair as well with the coffee, but near the front door, they did offer a fresh pitcher of lemon water to wash it down with.Take Ur Seat isn't cheap nor outrageously expensive. Although the wait was long (I imagine because Take Ur Seat is only available on Saturday morning for weekend brunchers), it was well worth it. We look forward to coming back here again and again...as long as we wake up early enough to beat the crowd.