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David Chang Opens Fuku+ In Midtown Manhattan

David Chang Opens Fuku+ In Midtown Manhattan

Fuku+ from David Chang is now open on 56th street in New York City

The new space features an expanded walk-in menu and special reservation packages.

Without warning, Momofuku founder David Chang has opened a second outpost of his already-booming fried chicken restaurant, Fuku, in Midtown Manhattan. The newest location, which opened at noon on Thursday, September 10, will accept reservations for special Fuku+ packages in “XL” and “XXL,” featuring the spicy fried chicken sandwich and several sides.

The XXL menu, set at $400, even includes slow-roasted pork butt, fried short ribs, and Sichuan pork bread balls.

Fuku+ also features an expanded walk-in menu, including salt and pepper shrimp, Sichuan pork flatbread, and Fuku bites with “JD sauce.” Walk-ins will be served at the bar on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Fuku+ is located on the first floor of 15 West 56th street (formerly the Má Péche balcony bar) and is open from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


New Yorkers Fiending for David Chang's Fuku Sandwich No Longer Have to Schlep Downtown to Get It

A little over a month ago, Momofuku head honcho David Chang opened his mega-hyped new fried chicken-sandwich concept, Fuku, in Manhattan’s East Village. In that short period of time, Chang’s creation—which involves inches of chicken overhang extending past a Martin’s potato roll package—has proven to itself to be one of the greatest fast-food chicken sandwiches currently on the market.

Those hoping to cop a Fuku sandwich without making a trip downtown are in luck. Beginning today at 12pm, David Chang expands his MomoFuku empire with a new Midtown restaurant, Fuku+.

The restaurant is located at 15 W. 56th Street, on the first floor of Má Pêche, where the Balcony Bar once existed. Hours are 12:00pm to 4:00pm and 5:00pm to 11:00pm daily.

Fuku+ features a menu for walk-ins (which does not include the iconic sandwich, but does include an item called MiniMe, which is a smaller version of the spicy fried chicken sandwich), as well as reservation packages for those who hope to experience the hype without a wait.

For $25 per person, parties of two to six guests can access the expanded reservation package menu, which does include the spicy fried chicken sandwich, as well as daikon slaw, a salad, french fries, biscuits, and Milk Bar confetti cookies for each person. If you’re a baller or expensing your lunch, The Fuku XXL package ($400 set price for four to six guests) is the way to go. Fuku+ also plans to debut and test new items to go on their walk-in menu, and we can only hope that means more fried chicken-related creations like “Fuku Fingers.”

While the restaurant is not currently taking to-go orders, both the walk-in menu and the reservation packages give New Yorkers plenty of options to be able to experience one of the greatest chicken sandwiches of our time.


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