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Here’s Everything on the Walk-in Menu at David Chang’s Fuku+

The Sichuan-pork flatbread, which costs $15.
The Sichuan-pork flatbread, which costs $15.

As a total surprise last week, David Chang flung open the doors to Fuku+, the big-brother outpost of his fried-chicken concept that’s housed in midtown’s Chambers Hotel. Beyond fried chicken (which now comes in the form of a sandwich, a “bite,” and chicken fingers — a collaboration with Danny Bowien), the Fuku+ walk-in menu includes salt-and-pepper shrimp, a wedge salad, and more. (Meanwhile, there are large-format dinners available if you reserve ahead.) Take a look:

Salt-and-pepper shrimp, $12.
Salt-and-pepper shrimp, $12. Photo: Melissa Hom
Fuku Bites, $6.
Fuku Bites, $6. Photo: Melissa Hom
Wedge salad, $12.
Wedge salad, $12. Photo: Melissa Hom
The MiniMe, $6: a tiny version of Fuku's signature fried-chicken sandwich.
The MiniMe, $6: a tiny version of Fuku's signature fried-chicken sandwich. Photo: Melissa Hom
Mission Chinese Fuku Fingers, $16.
Mission Chinese Fuku Fingers, $16. Photo: Melissa Hom
163 iced tea slushie, $10 and Ssäm sauce michelada, $6.
163 iced tea slushie, $10 and Ssäm sauce michelada, $6. Photo: Melissa Hom

Fuku+, 15 W. 56th St., first fl., no phone

Everything to Eat at Fuku+