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Now available at Daishō: the cheeseburger that caused the longest lineup in Shake Shack history

Now available at Daishō: the cheeseburger that caused the longest lineup in Shake Shack history
(Image: Momofuku/Twitter)

The Momofuku Shrimp Stack is a cheeseburger topped with lettuce, pickled onions, “Momofuku Hozon sauce” (a kind of fermented nut paste) and a slender supplementary patty made out of pulverized shrimp. If that sounds like sheer heaven, you’re in luck: the burger was recently added to the lunch menu at Daishō, where it comes with kohlrabi slaw and tempura onion rings for $21. When David Chang debuted the surf ‘n’ turf burger at Shake Shack’s 10th-anniversary event in New York, it drew the longest lineup in Shack history (and got overwhelmingly positive reviews, at least on social media). A word of warning, though: it may look slightly less glamorous in real life.

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