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Shake Shack 1st PH store opens tomorrow

The wait is finally over as US burger joint Shake Shack opens its first Philippine branch May 10.

Shake Shack 1st PH store opens tomorrow
Shake Shack BGC will be serving Ube Shake and other Manila-exclusive items. 
In addition to its signature items ShackBurger, Shack-cago Dog, and classic crinkle cut fries, Shake Shack’s BGC store will be serving Manila-exclusive menu.

“We’re thrilled to introduce our Manila-exclusive menu that features just a few of the flavors and ingredients we fell in love with, and are humbled to become part of this vibrant community,” said Shake Shack culinary director Mark Rosati, who was in the country recently to introduce the brand. 

The Manila-exclusive menu includes Ube Shake (vanilla frozen custard ice cream blended with ube), Calamansi Limeade (a local twist on Shack’s classic lemonade), Uuuube-by baby (vanilla custard mixed with ube, coconut marshmallow, ube cookie, toasted coconut, and crispy pinipig), Shack Attack (chocolate custard with Bucky’s original brownie and Auro chocolate), Calamansi Pie Oh My (vanilla custard mixed with Wildflour Bakery’s calamansi pie).

Shake Shack Philippines is at Central Square in Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City along Fifth Avenue. The first 100 guests in line will get cool Shack swag. Fun activities are happening starting at 9:00 a.m. before the restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m.

Topics: Shake Shack , Mark Rosati , Shack swag , ShackBurger , Shack-cago Dog
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