NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) - Chef Dominique Ansel has become world famous for his innovative desserts including the cronut, and now he's bringing his creative flair to the sandwich.
It's called the Korean French dip, or KFD. It's a collaboration between Chef Ansel and Chef Deuki Hong from Korean hotspot Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong. It is sold exclusively at Dominique Ansel Kitchen.
Like the legendary cronut, this KFD is made in very limited quantities for just three days, and the customers lucky enough to take a bite were very satisfied.
The Korean French Dip will be available at Dominique Ansel Kitchen in the West Village through Sunday, but they're only making 300 a day, so you'll want to get down here quickly.