Shake Shack Bringing Award-Winning Beer-Battered Fried Shallots Angus Beef Burger To S’pore For A Limited Time Only

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A 100 per cent all-natural Angus beef patty already sounds like heaven, but pair it up with something like beer-battered shallots and all of a sudden everyone’s going crazy.

Or at least, that’s what I surmise would happen after everyone hears about this.

According to CNA LifestyleShake Shack is bringing its award-winning onion rings-inspired ShackMeister burger to town this 30 September. And honestly speaking…

Nothing else could possibly look better on a plate right now.

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Shake Shack Bringing Popular Beer-Battered Fried Shallots Angus Beef Burger To S’pore

To celebrate the opening of Shake Shack’s fourth Singapore outlet at Suntec City, the fast-casual restaurant chain will be bringing its much-hyped Shackmeister burger to Singapore.

The creation, which features a 100 per cent all-natural Angus beef cheeseburger that’s slathered in tangy signature ShackSauce and topped with crispy, golden beer-battered shallots, clinched the “Judge’s Choice for Best Burger” prize back in 2014 at Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival Burger Bash.

It was later made available for a limited period of time at Shake Shack’s US outlets.

Apparently, the shallots are first marinated in custom-brewed ShackMeister ale, before being tossed with flour, cayenne and paprika.

They are then fried to a crisp to add that extra crunch and punch to the original ShackBurger.

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As it turns out, it’s not just the Shack Burger that received the good ol’ Shallot treatment;

Shake Shack’s flat-top dogs and crinkle-cut fries, too, have been dealt a healthy dose of it.

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Shake Shack will be opening its fourth outlet @sunteccity on 30 Sept with the ShackMeister™ menu exclusively available here before it debuts at other outlets on 5 Oct. 😍 . There’s the ShackMeister™ Burger (from S$10.90), ShackMeister™ Dog (S$6.50) and the ShackMeister™ Cheese Fries (S$5.90). All topped with crispy shallots and loads of cheese 🧀 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. Lending a twist to the classic ShackBurger®, the ShackMeister™ has a heaping pile of crispy fried shallots on top of 100% Angus beef, bringing a garlicky flavor 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 crisp fried until golden.

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They will be available as a trio at Shake Shack’s newest outlet from 30 September onwards; as for the rest of the outlets, the entire ShackMeister menu will also find its way onto the menu on 5 October.

The ShackMeister burger is priced at $10.90 for a single patty. Considering that it was named the best burger of 2014, the fact that its price is so similar (or cheaper) to a McDonald’s premium burger just makes it more impressive, no?

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The ShackMeister Dog will set you back by $6.50 and last but not least, the ShackMeister Cheese Fries cost $5.90.

The limited-edition items will only be in Singapore until 16 November 2020.

Meanwhile, Shake Shack will be introducing a store-exclusive item to its fourth outlet: Matcha Made In Heaven.

Essentially a strawberry-matcha concrete, the dessert combines creamy vanilla custard blended with a tart strawberry yuzu jam and buttery shortbread and is topped off with matcha powder.

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The dessert is priced at $7.50 per single serving.

The rest of the menu will play host to a series of familiar faves, including the Singapore Exclusive Pandan Shake ($7.80) and the Pie-Oh-My ($7.50 for a single).


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And So… What’re You Waiting For?

Time waits for no one.

And Shake Shack’s latest offerings are certainly not waiting for you.

So note down the intricate details:

Shake Shack @ Suntec City

Opening date: 30 September 2020


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Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-357, Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983

Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm

And if you need any added incentive to go, just know that five per cent of sales from any Shark Attack concrete will be heading to a charity partner. In this scenario, it’s HealthServe Limited, a non-profit organisation that helps migrant workers in Singapore.

Keen to do your part for all the pandemic-affected migrant workers? Well, there’s no better (or more sumptuous way) to get your karma points before the end of 2020.

Don’t say bojio ah. 🙂


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