Although Ando's Momofuku eating experience won't involve going to a traditional brick-and-mortar restaurant, Chang said he considers it as no different than any of his other Momofuku restaurants. He also hopes to package the meals in old school Chinese food delivery containers that'll come stamped with the Momofuku logo's peach. As for logistics, Chang has teamed up with Expa, a San Francisco-based startup lab, as a joint venture. Expa is designing Ando's mobile ordering app, and UberRush will handle the food deliveries. Ando could launch as soon as later this spring, but only in Manhattan at first. As an Expa official explained, they all want to get Ando right and "make this feel great -- like Momofuku at home" before expanding to other areas, according to Fast Company.
But Ando isn't all Chang's working on (big surprise). As Eater points out, Chang also shared plans to open a larger Fuku outpost that could potentially serve fish and vegetarian options in addition to its signature spicy chicken sandwich. He and Tosi also want to double the number of Milk Bar locations by the end of this year. In other words, you might want to get ready for Momofuku to take over the world. It's only a matter of time now.