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Eagles Fans Can Now Get David Chang’s Fried Chicken

Aramark is bringing Fuku to the Linc

A Fuku chicken sandwich
Andrew Bezek

Celebrity chef David Chang, known for the Momofuku restaurant empire and Netflix’s Ugly Delicious, is bringing his famed fried chicken to Philly. Chang’s chicken is served at his fast-casual spot Fuku, which has a few locations in New York. Starting now, the chicken is also available during Philadelphia Eagles games at Lincoln Financial Field through a partnership with Aramark, which runs the concessions at the stadium.

Two chicken choices are being sold at the Linc. A spicy fried chicken sandwich served on a Martin’s potato roll with pickles and butter, paired with fries tossed in sweet jalapeno seasoning, is going for $16. Crispy chicken fingers with honey mustard or ranch sauce and the seasoned fries is $14. The fries will also be sold on their own for $6.

As of August 9, the Fuku items are available on the club level. Starting August 30, with the pre-season game against the Jets, they’ll also be sold at the concessions stand by section 114.

Fuku was born in 2015, serving fried chicken exclusively. It now sells chicken sandwiches, salads, sides, and slushies too, from two New York shops and stadiums in New York, D.C., and Miami.

Chang has another Philadelphia connection: His Ugly Delicious stopped in South Philly to check out South Philly Barbacoa (now El Compadre).

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