Shake Shack’s White Truffle Fine Dining Experience

Published 13 March 2023

2 min read

To celebrate the unveiling of its new White Truffle Menu, US fast-food chain Shake Shack launched The Truffle Table, a limited-edition fine-dining experience (February 27 to March 2). Offering levelled-up hospitality in a casual setting, diners could make a reservation for two at 10 participating outlets across the US.

Complete with table service, the premiumised offering boasted luxurious white tablecloths, fine china tableware, and a fixed-price tasting menu ($20 per person).

Crafted with US speciality food importer Regalis’ organic white truffle oil, the menu featured a cheeseburger with crispy sweet onions and a cheese-filled portobello mushroom burger, both encased in a toasted potato bun and generously topped with a decadent white truffle sauce. They were served alongside parmesan-sprinkled crinkle-cut fries with a white truffle dip.

The experience also included a milkshake of choice and unlimited soft drinks and canned wine by New York City’s Gotham Winery. At the end of the meal, diners were gifted a bottle of Regalis truffle oil, as well as a chocolate truffle created by New York-based luxury chocolatier Thierry Atlan.

With consumers currently cutting back on restaurant visits to combat the cost-of-living crisis, Shake Shack’s premiumised experience facilitated a more affordable moment of indulgence. Meanwhile, its new White Truffle Menu offers luxurious flavours at an accessible price point.

Complete with table service, the premiumised offering boasted luxurious white tablecloths, fine china tableware, and a fixed-price tasting menu ($20 per person).

Crafted with US speciality food importer Regalis’ organic white truffle oil, the menu featured a cheeseburger with crispy sweet onions and a cheese-filled portobello mushroom burger, both encased in a toasted potato bun and generously topped with a decadent white truffle sauce. They were served alongside parmesan-sprinkled crinkle-cut fries with a white truffle dip.

The experience also included a milkshake of choice and unlimited soft drinks and canned wine by New York City’s Gotham Winery. At the end of the meal, diners were gifted a bottle of Regalis truffle oil, as well as a chocolate truffle created by New York-based luxury chocolatier Thierry Atlan.

With consumers currently cutting back on restaurant visits to combat the cost-of-living crisis, Shake Shack’s premiumised experience facilitated a more affordable moment of indulgence. Meanwhile, its new White Truffle Menu offers luxurious flavours at an accessible price point.