First Shake Shack restaurant opens in Bahrain

The Bahrain menu will feature Shake Shack's signature items, including the ShackBurger and frozen custard ice cream

Bahrain's first Shake Shack is located in City Centre Bahain, a mall in the Bahraini capital of Manama.
Bahrain's first Shake Shack is located in City Centre Bahain, a mall in the Bahraini capital of Manama.

Manhattan casual dining restaurant chain Shake Shack has opened its first outpost in Bahrain.

The Bahrain menu will feature Shake Shack’s signature items, including the ShackBurger, Shack-cago Dog, crinkle-cut fries, and frozen custard ice cream

“We are thrilled to add Shake Shack to the diverse list of food and beverage outlets of City Centre Bahrain, and welcoming this popular eatery will certainly add value for our visitors," said City Centre Bahrain senior mall manager Duaij Al Rumaihi.

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Shake Shack business director Martin Brian Dougan added: “Shake Shack’s international journey began in Dubai, at Mall of the Emirates, and has since continued throughout some of the Gulf’s most exciting community destinations."

The new 412 m2 outlet is located between the cinema and Sharaf DG, within City Centre Bahrain in Manama, near the Gate 9 parking entrance.

The Middle East hosts the first Shake Shack to be built outside of the US - in Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, which opened in 2011.

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