Black Tap expands its menu

The restuarant at Rixos Premium Dubai JBR is giving away burgers for American National Cheeseburger Day

Shrimp pesto salad
Shrimp pesto salad

Black Tap has added three dishes from its stateside restaurants to its menus in the UAE.

The shrimp pesto salad features grilled shrimp skewers, fresh cherry tomatoes, roasted tomatoes, basil pesto, fried artichokes, and fresh grated parmesan with a drizzle of basil pesto vinaigrette, according top sister publication, Caterer Middle East

There’s also a kimchi burger with shrimp, ginger, scallions, cilantro, kimchi coleslaw, and topped off with garlic-lime aioli.

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Also inspired by Korea is the Korean BBQ chopped salad. It’s made using crispy chicken tenders, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, sweetcorn, red peppers, and Korean BBQ sauce.

With American National Cheeseburger Day coming up on 18 September 2019, the brand is offering burger fans a chance to win two each hour. They are asked to post their cheesiest pick-up lines on social media and tag @blacktapdubai, with the top 50 winning an all-American cheeseburger.

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