If you work in the Seaport, you might already know Fuku as the fried chicken sandwich place that has lunch lines out the door. And if you’re wondering whether getting that sandwich is worth showing up late for your one o’clock meeting, we can tell you that the answer is yes - and not just because you were planning to respond to every question in that meeting with a vague non-answer about tax implications. You could get a whole plate of chicken fingers, bites, or wings, but we like the Koreano sandwich because you get a blend of both heat and sweet. You’re going to want to load up on the knockout sauce.
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