The Amazing Breakfast Sandwich We Can’t Have For Another 365 Days

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It’s probably a good thing that Juke Fried Chicken only plates its Andouille sausage breakfast sandwiches on New Year’s Eve/Day. The tall, beautiful thing is just one of several special offerings during the Chinatown restaurant’s annual Cluck Your Resolutions festivities. It comes piled with a thick, hugely flavourful sausage patty, a dense square of fondant-like potatoes, unnoticeable shredded cheese, a crunchy slaw, a perfectly seasoned fried egg and special sauce on a pillowy, untoasted bun. Until next year, you gorgeous bastard…

Juke Fried Chicken
Launched in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown district in 2016 by Justin Tisdall, Chef Bryan Satterford and Cord Jarvie, Juke Fried Chicken has quickly carved out a reputation for serving up an elevated-yet-fun menu comprising the city’s best Southern-inspired fare… Visit SCOUT profile.
Neighbourhood: Chinatown
182 Keefer St. | 604-336-5853 | WEBSITE

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