Shake Shack, Cardiff – review


Burgers are all the rage at the moment and, just when we think we’ve found the best, another bun comes along and blows our socks off.

We went to the pre-launch of Shake Shack which opened the doors to its first Wales restaurant in St David’s Shopping Centre in Cardiff on 21st December – although being some of the only sorry souls still in work during the week leading up to Christmas, we didn’t feel all that lucky!

My menu choice was a no-brainer; the Stack Shack. Cheeseburger topped with a breadcrumbed,  portobello mushroom (with cheese oozing out of it), lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce, all neatly stacked between a perfectly formed Martin’s potato roll. I picked out the tomato. Oh, and with a side of crinkle cut chips and some downright-dirty melted cheese sauce on the side for dipping. Everything I could want in a burger meal.

It looked a little too perfect – it actually looked like a burger you would see in an ad, for once!

My new favourite burger joint? I think so.

My eat of the week

  • Shack Stack – £8.75
  • Chips – £3
  • Cheese sauce – £1
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