Malibu Farm Lido: 3420 Via Oporto, Ste 101Newport Beach, CA 92663 Don't think that only Malibu's pier has such a cold brunch, and Newport has its own branch. As a member of lido Village, it is also the place where the upscales often gather ～～ a brunch does not wait for a 50-60 minute to appear that this business is not good ～～ Overall, the taste is good, the environment is perfect, and it is also very pets friendly, suitable for weekend parties. As for why it is called Malibu Farm , it is because the owner of the restaurant Helene Henderson is a very organic person. In order to insist on using fresh organic local ingredients, she has set up an organic farm at home, growing vegetables and fruits, and raising sheep, pigs and poultry on the farm, and even bees. So a lot of the ingredients in the dish come from the founder's home. Swedish mini: It's a high-value dish, but it's a thin, crispy, succulent berry with a distinctive flavor. The brunch is a classic because the founder of the restaurant, an African-American but born in Sweden, has also published a book on Nordic cuisine. Green egg and ham Very satisfying for people to brunch requirements, protein crisp bacon and soft potato bacon in the lemma, nutritious and full.