Shake Shack are starting 2023 in grand fashion – taking things to the next level by offering their most premium menu to date. Featuring high-end ingredients, Shake Shack’s limited time menu is designed to provide customers with a fine dining experience in the comfortable setting of their favorite fast-food chain.
Introducing the White Truffle Burger, White Truffle ‘Shroom, and Parmesan Fries with White Truffle Sauce, all made with Regalis organic white truffle oil. Each menu item celebrates the unique and delicious flavor of truffle in its own way. These elevated menu items are available for a limited time and can be enjoyed at Shake Shack locations nationwide starting from February 10th.
White truffle, also known as “the king of the mushroom kingdom,” is notoriously expensive and rare – you can enjoy it via the following three dishes:
- White Truffle Burger – Fontina cheeseburger, white truffle sauce, crispy sweet onions, toasted potato bun, $8.99
- White Truffle ‘Shroom Burger – Crisp-fried portobello mushroom filled with melted muenster and cheddar cheeses, white truffle sauce, shredded lettuce, toasted potato bun, $8.99
- Parmesan Fries with White Truffle Sauce – Crispy crinkle cuts topped with parmesan cheese and served with white truffle sauce, $4.79
In addition to the White Truffle menu, Shake Shack are offering seasonal shakes and lemonades, perfect for the upcoming warm weather. These limited-time menu items include:
- Tiramisu Shake, $6.29
- Dreamsicle Shake, $6.29
- Sunset Lemonade
- Pomegranate Sweet Basil Lemonade
- Blood Orange Lemonade
All prices are from the location of Shake Shack closest to us in Salt Lake City.
Image credit, Shake Shack.
Hi, I’m Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer and wrangler at Gastronomic Salt Lake City, and a former freelance restaurant critic. I’ve worked extensively with local, regional and national food and drink organizations. I’m a multiple-award winning journalist and have been writing about food and drink for more than fifteen years. I’m largely fueled by a critical obsession with rice, alliteration and the use of big words I don’t understand. I don’t mind admitting to a certain secret obsession with fast food as well – and that’s where Menu And Price comes in…