Shake Shack Suntec City Opens 30 September With New Fried Shallots Burger

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Ever since the first outlet at Jewel, the hype for Shake Shack has not decreased. Ending September on a high, the new Shake Shack outlet will be opening its doors at Suntec City with a new fried shallots burger as part of a limited edition ShackMeister menu.

The ShackMeister™ Menu – Burgers, Hotdogs and Fries

Although making its debut in Singapore, the shallot burger also known as the ShackMeister™ was first created in 2015 for a burger competition in the USA, securing the Judge’s Choice for Best Burger, and eventually appearing on the Shake Shack menu for a limited time that same year.

The ShackMeister™ is described to have a heaping pile of crispy fried shallots on top of 100% Angus beef, bringing a garlicky flavour and extra crunch. The shallots are marinated in custom-brewed ShackMeister™ ale, tossed in the same coating as the Chick’n Shack with flour, cayenne and paprika then crisply fried until golden.

For those who can’t get enough of the fried garlicky goodness, there are items such as the ShackMeister™ Dog and ShackMeister™ Fries. Both of these items are made with the same delicious hotdog and crinkle-cut fires base but topped with a generous amount of shallots. The limited-edition ShackMeister menu will only be in Singapore until Nov 16.

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Matcha Made In Heaven Concrete Dessert

In this new Suntec outlet, there is exclusive menu items include the Matcha Made In Heaven – a strawberry-matcha concrete. Shake Shack Concretes are dense frozen custards blended at high speed with mix-ins This Suntec exclusive is made with a vanilla frozen custard blended with a tart strawberry yuzu jam and buttery shortbread and topped with matcha powder.

Shake Shack Suntec City

The new outlet will be located on the ground floor in the West Wing near the convention centre and will boast eye-catching murals by Ripple Root, the artist moniker of Singaporeans Liquan Liew and Estella Ng. They are known for reflecting themes of nature and wildlife in their works. Their works have also been showcased in events such as the Singapore Night Festival 2017.

Customers at Shake Shack can also contribute to Shake Shack’s efforts to give back. As part of Shake Shack’s Stand For Something Good®, 5% of sales from the Shack Attack™ concrete, a thick chocolate custard with brownie pieces, will go to Shake Shack Suntec City’s selected partner, HealthServe Limited. HealthServe Limited is a local non-profit organization that supports Singapore’s migrant workers.

The items on the ShackMeister™ menu will debut at the other three outlets at Orchard, Jewel and Neil Road from 5 October until 16 November.

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