Describe Breakfast/Brunch here.

Hobees…next to Walgrens….

Stacks, Menlo Park or Campbell, as they are excellent for b-fast, but maybe you want a place closer.

the Country Gourmet (Rengstorff & El Camino, on left as you go down Rengstorff) but it's closed Mondays. I've only 
been there for lunch. Love the crab quiche. The Banana Caramel French Toast is to die for!!! [WWW]http://www.cgmountainview.com/

Bajis Down the Street on Old Middlefield between Alvin and Independence is always good. Breakfast at 
[WWW]http://www.bajis.com/

A Good Morning on El Camino near San Antonio in Village Corners next to where Dittmer's is relocating is also good.

The Original Pancake House on San Antonio (near downtown Los Altos)

Rick's Cafe in Los Altos on State St. is a great place for breakfast. 
[WWW]http://rickscafelosaltos.com/

Dinah’s Poolside Grill, on El Camino (right hand side), about 1 mile north of San Antonio. It is part of the Dinah’s Garden Hotel. Excellent food, the prices are reasonable and you can sit outside, by the pool.

PA:

Crepevine or

The Creamery.

And if we're feeling "bucks out", Il Fornaio or St Michaels Alley or Pastis or Joanie's Café

If you want something different than breakfast, I would suggest going for dim sum for brunch. However, that doesn't start until about 1030 or 11am. 
Fu Lum Mum on Castro is good for dim sum.