Shake N Burger pounces on empty Ed’s Easy Diner site

PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTEMBER 04:  View of the Kahuna burgers and Cook & Captive burgers during the 2016 Budweiser Made in America Festival - Day 2 at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 4, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Lisa Lake/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch)

Up and coming fast food chain Shake N Burger is to take over a 2,600 square foot site formerly occupied by Ed’s Easy Diner.

The company is making its debut in the UK after taking on the unit at Frenchgate Shopping Centre in Doncaster.

Ed’s encountered a difficult period last year that led to its sale and the closure of a number of restaurants. But Shake N Burger hopes it can bring a fresh foodservice  twist to the South Yorkshire town after securing the prominent upper level location on Frenchgate’s South Central Square.

The new restaurant will offer freshly made, traditional American fare including fried chicken, burgers and pulled pork alongside a range of classic side dishes.

It will have space for approximately 90-100 covers and is set to open at the end of May.

Frenchgate has recently welcomed a string of leisure brands including The Gym Group, Patisserie Valerie, and Argento.

Lee Edwards, founder of Shake N Burger, said: “Frenchgate shopping centre is an ideal location for our debut site and we are excited to start sharing our fantastic and authentic food in Doncaster. We feel lucky to join the strong dining line-up at a time of great investment and redevelopment within the centre, which we are only set to benefit from.”

Shake N Burger is part of NYC Partnership Ltd.

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