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Shake Shack opening fourth outlet at Suntec City with limited-time menu

The ShackMeister menu featuring a special edition Angus beef burger, flat-top dog and crinkle cut fries, will be available at the new Suntec City outlet on Sep 30.

Shannon Kuan

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Published: 25 September 2020, 8:48 PM

To celebrate the opening of Shake Shack’s newest Singapore outlet at Suntec City on Sep 30, the fan-favourite ShackMeister menu will be available exclusively at the new location, before it becomes available across all four Singapore outlets from Oct 5 to Nov 16.

Shackmeister menu
The Shackmeister menu adds a twist to the classic Shake Shack food items. PHOTO CREDIT: @shakeshacksg ON INSTAGRAM

 

Limited-Time ShackMeister™ Menu 

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.

A twist to the classic ShackBurger, the ShackMeister contains a heaping pile of crispy fried shallots on top of 100 per cent Angus beef. The shallots are marinated in custom-brewed ShackMeister ale, tossed in flour, cayenne and paprika, then crisp fried until golden brown.

Shackmeister Burger
The ShackMeister contains fried shallots on an Angus beef patty for some extra crunch. PHOTO CREDIT: @shakeshackUK ON TWITTER

 

The ShackMeister was such a hit, they also added the same crispy shallots to Shake Shack’s flat-top dogs and crinkle cut fries with their signature cheese sauce. With that, the ShackMeister Dog and ShackMeister Fries were born.

Shackmeister dog
The ShackMeister Dog, topped with fried golden shallots, is sure to make your mouth water. PHOTO CREDIT: FOLLOW ME FOODIE ON PINTEREST

 

The ShackMeister trio will be available at all Shake Shack Singapore outlets from Oct 5 till Nov 16, so be sure not to miss it.

Suntec City Exclusives 

For those with a sweet tooth, you might want to try Matcha Made in Heaven, a strawberry-matcha Concrete only available at the new Suntec City outlet.

It consists of creamy vanilla frozen custard blended with strawberry yuzu jam and buttery shortbread, topped with premium matcha powder to balance out the sweetness.

Shake Shack Matcha
The perfect dessert to finish with, after a good meal. PHOTO CREDIT: JEREMY LONG

 

Shake Shack X Ripple Root 

Not only does the food look and taste good, interior design is something Shake Shack does not lack.

Local duo Liquan Liew and Estella Ng from Ripple Root created a large-scale indoor-outdoor mural welcoming guests into the Suntec City Shack. At the entrance of the mall’s West wing, guests can follow the origins of Shake Shack from its first location at Madison Square Park to its newest Suntec outlet.

Shake Shack Suntec
The iconic Fountain of Wealth and Shake Shack’s burger logo are rendered in splashy colours and bold geometric patterns. PHOTO CREDIT: SHAKE SHACK

 

Shake Shack Suntec Interior
The energetic artwork reinterprets Shake Shack signatures as a modern-day still life painting. PHOTO CREDIT: SHAKE SHACK

 

Shake Shack currently has four outlets residing in Singapore. The first opened in Jewel Changi Airport in 2019. After seeing the long queues snaking out of the store, it only made sense to open more outlets. Thus, the birth of Shake Shack at 89 Neil Road, Liat Towers on Orchard Road, and the soon-to-be Suntec City outlet.


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