Look, the brunch experience doesn’t have to be underwhelming. While people stand in line to eat a less than stellar biscuit at a well-known chain across the street from Gato, you can have your mind blown with exciting flavors found in the dishes at this Taiwanese-American pop-up that runs out of the kitchen on Saturday mornings. The setting is casual—grab a table inside or outside and order a feast, you won’t regret it. Fu-Mao Sun serves up comforting Taiwanese dishes like the fan tuan (rice ball) stuffed with a fried cruller, pork floss and pickles, the breakfast fried shrimp sandwich with scallion eggs, and at least two kinds of mochi doughnuts (flavors vary but on a recent visit they include matcha and pineapple). Drip coffee is available as is house-made sweet soy milk and cinnamon ginger milk tea.