David Chang from Momofuku brings fried chicken concept Fuku to Atlanta
Fuku is the fried chicken joint from chef David Chang, and it’s finally in Atlanta thanks to his Fuku Neighborhood Kitchens. The concept began as a secret sandwich menu item from NYC. However, over time it’s become a 50 location ghost-kitchen concept across the country, now including the ATL.
Known for their spicy chicken sandwiches and addictive waffle fries, Fuku is redefining fast casual as we know it.
With a variety of fried chicken offerings, sides, and slushies. The concept is guided by many of the same principles that David Chang instills in all his restaurants. Fuku is focused on offering guests approachable, tasty food that draws from both Asian and American influences.
If you like your chicken extra spicy, be sure to try their Knockout Sando (name for sandwich), served with crispy habanero brined chicken breast, seasoned shredded cabbage, knockout sauce, pickles, and Martin’s potato roll.
Based in Poncey-Highland, Fuku Atlanta will offer free delivery via Uber Eats through September 15. Fuku will also be available through DoorDash, Grubhub, and Postmates.
Don’t worry all those not close to Poncey-Highland, there will be several Fuku ghost kitchens popping up across the city, so keep your eyes peeled!