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Griddle & Shake is calling all those with a sweet tooth!


Griddle & Shake launched back in November 2016, and its great food and drink selection has since had everyone talking. With a very special addition to its already incredible menu, Griddle & Shake has now created the ultimate offering for anyone with a sweet tooth.

How does a hot waffle cooked to order sound? Or a raspberry and white chocolate blondie? Or even the ‘double trouble’ which is unparalleled when it comes to dessert standards, made of a freshly cooked to order golden waffle topped with a brownie of your choice and two scoops of ice cream plus a tasty sauce. Yum!

Griddle & Shake truly cares about the quality of its menu, which is why all of the desserts are freshly made and the ice cream is provided by award-winning frozen dessert enthusiasts, Yarde Farm. But it doesn’t stop there, as Griddle & Shakes packaging is all fully compostable too, supplied by Vegware.

Ed Halls, Founder of Griddle & Shake comments: “We want guests to know that as well as visiting us for our meals, they can also come and visit us just for a dessert or a refreshing beverage. We have a great selection of craft beers and ciders on offer, and hope to be a top destination as we get nearer the warmer months. We will also be offering guests irresistible ice creams to go, so everyone can cool down on a hot summers day.”

Meal prices are already extremely affordable and competitive at Griddle & Shake, and the dessert menu almost appears too good to be true, at such a great value for money.

Don’t take our word for it, why not head down to Griddle & Shake to experience this new awesome menu for yourself, and with the Summer months fast approaching, what better way could you spend an afternoon that devouring a delicious dessert?

Posted on 08 May 2017

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