For a chef who not solely loves fried hen however a clear kitchen much more, Chang could have fainted in a downtown car parking zone had he seen the meals vehicles pushing out sandwiches along with his identify connected to them. It appears that the enterprise quietly shuttered; late final yr once we need to give Fuku a second likelihood, they canceled our order (after teasing us for an hour that it was on the way in which).
Now Fuku is giving it one other strive. From the Fuku press launch 2.0:
“After a brief hiatus, New York’s favorite fast casual fried chicken joint Fuku is making its Dallas comeback!
“Beginning Wednesday, April 13, Fuku’s menu of sandos, fingers, and waffle fries shall be out there for pickup and supply within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex via a partnership with Franklin Junction, the revolutionary restaurant e-commerce development platform that unlocks entry for manufacturers to untapped buyer demand.”
This week and next, Fuku is rolling out sandwiches, chicken strips and waffle fries on all major delivery platform, including UberEats, DoorDash, Grubhub and Postmates in Allen, Frisco, Grapevine, Irving and Richardson.
The menu is the same and includes basic chicken sandwiches, chicken fingers, waffle fries with some sauces. A spicy chicken sandwich with waffle fries is $13.50. A year ago when we ordered Fuku, the waffles fries were so bland and dry, sandpaper might have had grounds for a copyright infringement. The sandwiches were the same. Worse, the food truck serving the food was filthy and the wait time was circle of lies.
Franklin Junction is a company that specializes in growing brick and mortar restaurants by pairing them with “Host Kitchens®.” Perhaps with this new partnership, we’ll quickly style the magic of Momofuku Noodle Bar’s secret sandwich.
Current companions of Franklin Junction embody Dickey’s and Fuzzy’s. As quickly as we’re capable of strive it, we’ll give a full report.