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Momofuku Fried Chicken Dinners launch
July 21, 2009, 2:36 pm
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This Eater post made me so happy. Momofuku’s David Chang has launched online reservations for his Fried Chicken Dinners at Momofuku Noodle Bar in the East Village. I’ll be going with some out-of-town friends for lunch in August! (The reservations are going fast, by the way.) From their FAQ:

q: what does the fried chicken dinner include?
a: the fried chicken dinner includes two whole fried chickens, one southern style and one korean style. the dinner comes with mu shu pancakes, long spicy peppers, baby carrots, red ball radishes, shiso leaves, bibb lettuce, four sauces and a herb basket.


q: how do I reserve a fried chicken dinner?
a: on the momofuku website here.

FYI: Their Korean chicken is TRIPLE FRIED with a light glaze. $100 feeds 4 to 8 people. That’s right, gather all your friends. It’s fried chicken time!

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