Have you heard the news? Shake Shack has just launched Korean-style Fried Chick’n, a new limited-edition menu drawing inspiration from South Korean flavors, ingredients and techniques. The menu, now available through April 5 at all U.S. locations, also includes Korean-style Gochujang Chick’n Bites, Korean-style Gochujang Fries and a Black Sugar Vanilla Shake. Is your mouth watering yet?
Did you know Shake Shack has 14 locations in South Korea? There's no rush to book a trip to Seoul now that you can visit any U.S. location to nosh on:
Korean-style Fried Chick’n: Crispy chicken breast glazed with a spicy-sweet Gochujang (fermented chili paste) sauce on top of a white kimchi slaw, made with Choi’s Kimchi from Portland, OR, and topped with toasted sesame seeds.
Korean-style Gochujang Chick’n Bites: Crispy, whole white meat chicken bites served with spicy-sweet Gochujang mayo sauce.
Korean-style Gochujang Fries: Crispy crinkle cut fries served with spicy-sweet Gochujang mayo sauce.
Black Sugar Vanilla Shake: Hand-spun, caramel-y, toasty black sugar mixed with vanilla frozen custard and topped with whipped cream and black sugar syrup.
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