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Shake Stack $14.3
This burger got fried portobello mushroom and beef patty with cheese. And I just realize what's they hype all about. The portobello mushroom is freshly fried so it's still hot and crispy while the mushroom is soo juicy. The same for the beef patty, it's so juicy and the cheese sauce also keep on oozing out unlike other cheese burger. All of it is served fresh just like it's right out of the oven instead of all cold ingredients reheated.

Finally got round to trying this and it was mediocre at best. Soaked buns, almost cold and not crispy fries, overcooked beef.

Chick'n Shack, Fries, Strawberry Shake

(Redeem Great Singapore Shake Sale Voucher)

Essentially cheese fries and fried shallots. If you can get Cheese Fries and ShackMeister Fries at the same price, why don’t go for the option that gives you fried shallots too? The combination works pretty well I must say.

So it’s crinkle cut fries topped with their house blend of Cheddar and American cheese sauce. It’s cheesy and slightly salty as the artificial taste is absent, but I still prefer KFC’s cheese fries (perhaps it’s comfort food). The fries itself tend to be slightly soggy on my multiple visits here. Sometimes the frozen fries you get at the supermarket or at the Western food stall taste better.

So y’all probably have heard about Shake Shack’s LIMITED EDITION SHACKMEISTER burger ($10.90 for single/ $14.40 for double - pictured). 🍔Angus beef patties, melted cheese AND FRIED SHALLOTS on a potato bun. 🧅 It’s still not too late if you haven’t tried it cause it’s available until 16 November.

I love these fried shallots cause this isn’t your ordinary fried shallots you cook at home or get at the supermarket. They are thick in size and taste more like mini onion rings. That’s because they are marinated in ShackMeister ale and coated in flour, cayenne and paprika (same as the Chick’n Shack). It complements well with the burger as the fried shallots has a nice sweet, crispy crunch.

While Shake Shack’s burgers may not be the best in town and atas (posh) fast food at best, it does the trick. The patties are juicy since they are cooked to medium and the potato bun is soft and fluffy that holds the burger well.

The all new ShackMeister with his glorious crown of fried shallots and creamy cheese sauce.. Rich and heavy combination but it totally works, definitely up my alley!

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