Eat and Drink Uncle Sam's in NYC debuts fried chicken sandwich topped with Sriracha potato chips, poached egg By Georgia Kral Updated March 16, 2016 3:13 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The fried chicken sandwich is the thing these days. You've likely had a dozen ChickenShack's and Fuku's by now, right? Even if you haven't, you need this new creation by Uncle Sam's. This burger, bowl and sandwich shop located right next door to Koreatown is a Chinese import, and it's quickly expanding in the city. The first location opened in May 2015, and a second location in Chelsea is set to open this May. Uncle Sam's has been expanding its menu quietly. A weekly pot sticker offering just launched (this week they're making corned beef and cabbage), and the new item we got a first look at is sure to be the next big thing in NYC. The Which Came First? chicken 'samwich' is quite a thing. Take a look. Take a close look... Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The ingredients: Two pieces of panko-crusted fried chicken, one poached egg, crushed avocado, Sriracha potato chips and shredded kale. Very important: crispy chicken Photo Credit: Georgia Kral Panko is a Japanese-style bread crumb that's very flaky and light. It gives fried foods extra crunch and added deliciousness. In the case of this fried chicken sandwich, you get TWO pieces of chicken with panko, so expect lots of crunch. Those potato chips are spicy Photo Credit: Georgia Kral That's thanks to the Sriracha flavoring. Who doesn't want an extra kick? Egg yolk: required for a moist, ooey-gooey sandwich Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The poached egg that tops this "samwich" adds velvety texture and acts almost like a condiment. It can be yours for $9.95 Photo Credit: Georgia Kral The ultimate question is: Why settle for one piece of chicken when you can have two? By Georgia Kral Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Who serves the best fried chicken sandwich in NYC? Which fried chicken sandwich reigns supreme? Fuku, Superiority Burger & the rise of the minimal, hip NYC eateryJust a few menu items, ordered from the counter, made with quality ingredients? Yup. The best, crispiest fried chickenHere are the best places to indulge. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.