A Special Chicken Sandwich at Fuku
Some of you may of heard of David Chang’s restaurant Momofuku Milk Bar, but you may not of heard of his latest restaurant Fuku that opened up this summer. At Fuku, all they have is are chicken sandwiches and fries. At Fuku they rub the chicken in habanero peppers ( which are hotter than jalapenos). Then they bread it, and put it in the frier. When me and my family went, we ordered off the secret menu which we got off David Chang’s Instagram. We got a koreano spicy chicken sandwich which is David Chang’s take on a Cuban sandwich. As you know some restaurants don’t have chairs and tables, and this is one of them. They had a long counter top, and a few chairs. When we were ordering they told us you had a choice to order shredded daikon radish to cool your sandwich down, so we got the daikon. This restaurant got the food out quick which I thought was pretty cool, so we got our food in no time. When I took a bite of the chicken sandwich all the flavors came together. The sweet crunchiness of the daikon mixed with the spiciness of the chicken. It was delicious. As well as the fries were too, they were seasoned very nicely. The only thing I have to say is that maybe they should toast the bread to make it less soggy. Keep up with my next few blog posts coming up!
Bibimbap at Neo World Bistro
On Saturday, my family joined two other families to go to NEO World Bistro for dinner, the Mohrs and the Justianos. We go to NEO for my birthday and other occasions. One day my dad said instead of getting sushi, try the Bibimbap. I used to just have some of his Bibimbap. Bibimbap comes in a big stone bowl, which has been heated in an oven to get super hot. It has cabbage, carrots, eggs, rice, and seaweed. You can pick different meats like shrimp, beef, rib eye, and chicken. I get beef. There are two different sauces. One is a sweet and flavorful sauce. The other is a spicy sauce. I like to put both sauces in my bowl. My friends ordered sushi, but when they saw I was eating Bibimbap, they wanted it too! Now they are thinking about getting it next time. My four-year old brother eats his own whole bowl of Bibimbap.
My name is Jordan. I am a 12th grader and I love food!