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New York-based Black Tap’s burgers to hit Singapore, Food News & Top Stories

It is all about burgers, beer and over-the-top milkshakes at New York-based restaurant Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, slated to open its first outpost in Asia at Marina Bay Sands by the third quarter of this 12 months.

Black Tap was based in 2015 and has three places in New York City. Another outlet in Las Vegas, at The Venetian, opened in December final 12 months. It additionally has two eating places in Dubai, one in Geneva, Switzerland, and an upcoming department opening at California’s Disneyland Resort later this 12 months.

Black Tap is helmed by chef Joe Isidori, who earned a Michelin star whereas serving as govt chef of fine-dining restaurant DJT; and Chris Barish, a restaurateur and nightclub developer behind nightclubs and eating places within the United States, together with Light, Martini Park, Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill, and Gordon Ramsay Steak.

The menu in Singapore will function Black Tap’s iconic craft burgers, together with the All-American Burger and the award-winning Greg Norman Burger. The Greg Norman Burger, named after the well-known golfer, options wagyu beef topped with housemade buttermilk-dill dressing, blue cheese and arugula served on a gentle potato bun. It is a three-time winner of the coveted People’s Choice Award on the New York City Wine & Food Festival’s Burger Bash.

Healthier choices embrace a vegetarian Falafel Burger and a vegan burger with gluten-free buns. Signature rooster gadgets embrace the Crispy Chicken Sandwich and Spicy Korean BBQ Wings.

Instagram-worthy delights come from the chain’s trademarked LoopyShake milkshakes. They embrace Cotton Candy, Sweet N’Salty, and Cookie Shake, together with basic flavours similar to chocolate, vanilla and black cherry.

Chef Isidori says: “We already have a huge fan base in Asia, so it’s incredibly exciting for us to bring our craft burgers and CrazyShakes to Singapore.”




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