Shake Shack opens new restaurant in Abu Dhabi

The brand was founded 12 years ago in New York City

Shake Shack is known for its natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, griddled hot dogs, frozen custard and crinkle cut fries.
Shake Shack is known for its natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, griddled hot dogs, frozen custard and crinkle cut fries.

Shake Shack continues its Middle East expansion with a new outlet in Abu Dhabi's Marina Mall.

The New York City-founded brand is known for its natural, antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers, griddled hot dogs, frozen custard and crinkle cut fries.

The new Marina Mall Shack will be offering up an exclusive 'concrete' (frozen custard blended at high speed with mix-ins) called Salt N' Seaside, which comprises vanilla custard, salted caramel sauce, banana and shortbread cookie.

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In addition, until August 10, Shake Shacks in Abu Dhabi will offer the new ShackMeister Burger - and each week all outlets will offer a new seasonal flavour of frozen custard.

Shake Shack is just one of several well-known US restaurant chains with outlets continuing to open in Dubai and the Middle East, Hotelier Middle East reported earlier this week.

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