Food For Now: Shake Shack to open 8th outlet at Westgate

Shake Shack is opening its first restaurant in Singapore’s West side, with Shake Shack Westgate set to be its eighth restaurant locally. As part of Shake Shack’s mission to Stand For Something Good®, which includes working with local artists that form the community, Shake Shack has partnered with Ink and Clog Studio to create a mural inspired by the urban green spaces that are Westgate and the wider city.

To celebrate the opening of Shake Shack Westgate on 30th October, Shake Shack Singapore will debut a loaded Black Truffle Burger, Black Truffle Chick’n and Crinkle Cut Fries topped with our black truffle sauce. The limited-time menu is available first at Shake Shack Westgate from 30th October; and at all other Shacks from 4th November till 31st December 2021.

Inspired by Shake Shack’s fine-casual concept where premium ingredients meet with their roadside burger DNA, the Black Truffle menu features three crowd-favourites with a truffle twist. The Black Truffle Burger, an all-natural 100% Angus beef cheeseburger, is topped with swiss cheese, crispy fried shallots, fresh arugula and our black truffle sauce, delivering layers of rich, savory flavors. Fans of the classic Chick’n can opt for the upgraded Black Truffle version, topped with fresh arugula and house- pickled shallots. No Shake Shack experience is complete without the signature Crinkle Cut fries, and the limited-time Black Truffle Fries are topped with the rich black truffle sauce, crispy shallots and a sprinkle of fresh scallions.

Shake Shack is proud to support the local community and continues to source incredible ingredients from some of Singapore’s best confectionaries. Shake Shack Westgate will be presenting the exclusive Peelin’ Cherry-fic concrete, a re-inspiration of the classic banana split. Featuring a vanilla and chocolate custard base, the concrete is a blend of fresh bananas, caramel sauce, crunchy sugar cone shards and Lemuel chocolate chunks by home-grown Singaporean bean-to-bar chocolate maker, Ronald Ng. Topped with a cherry, the Peelin’ Cherry-fic concrete balances rich chocolatey flavors and fruity aromas. In line with Shake Shack’s mission to Stand For Something Good®, 5% of sales from the Shack Attack™ concrete will be donated to Beyond Social Services, a non-profit dedicated to supporting youths and children from less privileged backgrounds.

Shake Shack Westgate is brightened by Singaporean visual artists Ink and Clog Studio’s (Inkten and Clogtwo) vibrant mural where abstract forms, shapes and lines are encapsulated in typography. Speaking metaphorically about human unity, futuristic infrastructures and natural coexistence with flora, Ink and Clog Studio brings to life the congregation of individuals, nature and the urban environment through design; a reflection of the community-gathering experience at every Shack around the world. Combining the structural form of the statement Stand for Something Good® with the expressive fluidity of Graffiti painting, the art piece joins in harmony, creating a celebration for the arts and philosophy.

Building on its sense of place, the artist duo took inspiration from Westgate which represents a mini metropolis with vibrant spaces for the community — abstract patterns and geometric forms are employed to resemble the architecture of Singapore’s futuristic garden city, while lines represent the organic elements of people and nature that inhabit the surroundings. Ink and Clog Studio brings to life the congregation of individuals, nature and the urban environment through design; a reflection of the community-gathering experience at every Shack around the world.

Shake Shack’s eighth outlet will be located at Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive #01-20, Singapore 608532. Find out more on their website, Facebook, and Instagram.

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