CHESHIRE Oaks will welcome iconic burger brand Five Guys to the outlet with the new restaurant set to open from next week.
The location will be the brand's 15th restaurant in the North West when it opens on Monday, November 13, at Unit 22-22b of Cheshire Oaks in Ellesmere Port.
Founded in Virginia in 1986 and launched in the UK in 2013 in London’s Covent Garden, the American-diner style restaurant has become one of the UK’s most-loved restaurants and has amassed a loyal fanbase – with celebrity fans including Tommy Fury, Mollie King, Ed Sheeran and Maya Jama.
The US chain claims to boast over 250,000 possible burger order combinations, using only the freshest, locally sourced produce.
The menu includes classic fast food staples like double- or single-patty hamburgers, hot dogs as well as grilled cheese or even a lettuce wrapped burger.
For those who want even more – Cajun spiced or salted fries (also available in three serving sizes) can accompany any meal and a brand new pistachio milkshake is also available for a limited time.
The brand new restaurant opening will also give foodies living regionally the chance to share their burger cravings with friends, family or co-workers, using Five Guys’ brand new Group Order feature.
To unlock the new group order feature, foodies need to simply go onto the Five Guys website or app, open ‘Click & Collect’ and switch to Group Order via the button on the screen.
Next, they can create a group name for their order, and select their preferred location for pick-up, then it’s time for their friends and colleagues to jump in and add their go-to Five Guys orders, with all the customisation options available in-restaurant.
Kenny Murray, General Manager at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, said: "We’re very happy to welcome Five Guys to Cheshire Oaks.
"We believe that their addition to our food and beverage offering will be a huge hit with centre guests, providing them with a fresh, delicious and convenient dining option while they shop. Additionally, the opening of this new Five Guys is expected to create new jobs in the local area, which will further contribute to the local economy."