Something’s cooking in the fast food restaurant scene. Shake Shack is coming to the Philippines!
The US-based fast food burger joint made its announcement today in a surprising Facebook post. Shake Shack is known for its delicious and scrumptious buttery buns, and its 100% antibiotic-free Angus beef patties.
Mabuhay, Manila! We’re officially headed to the Philippines! 🙌 We’ll be bringin’ the goods to the Pearl of the Orient in 2019. Let the countdown begin! 🇵🇭
Shake Shack burgers also boast of dozens of standout features like their special sauce, which is a mix of condiments that others have tried to copy but failed.
Shake Shack is one of the most famous and well-loved burger joints that Filipinos love to eat in when they are in the US. The SSI Group, known for bringing luxury retail brands to the Philippines, has finally answered the prayers of local Shake Shack lovers. SSI recently entered into a licensing agreement with Shake Shack Inc. and is starting with its first-ever franchise in Southeast Asia here in the Philippines.
However, Filipinos can’t seem to wait until 2019 to be able to get their fill of this delicious gourmet burger. Social media is going crazy about the sudden awesome news of Shake Shack, and they can’t wait for what’s in store in their Philippine menu.
Yaaas, SHAKE SHACK is coming to Manila next year!!! 🍔 (And four people have already told me about it, hehehe.) I wonder if there’ll also be a Manila exclusive milkshake like the one in HK… My guess is an ube milkshake! Yummm!!! @shakeshack
— Tin Samson (@wickedtin) July 18, 2018
Reason to live till 2019: Shake Shack Manila
— travelbuddy 🐻 (@chicomendoza13) July 18, 2018
Not a fan of burgers, but Shake Shack is an exception! So happy it's coming to Manila next year 😍😭
— Bep Chavez (@bepchavez) July 18, 2018
Start your countdown now! Only 365 days to go!
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