Christmas Cake Shake, anyone? Zaks Diner reveals debut Christmas menu

Zaks Christmas Cracker Burger (Photo: Zaks)

Zaks Christmas Cracker Burger (Photo: Zaks) - Credit: Archant

Norfolk American-diner chain Zaks has released its first ever Christmas menu.

Zaks Festve Shakes (Photo: Zaks)

Zaks Festve Shakes (Photo: Zaks) - Credit: Archant

Highlights include the 'Christmas Cracker' burger - a 1/2lb beef burger with smoked cheddar cheese, a stuffing patty, pulled turkey and topped with cranberry. A spin on the classic Christmas dinner, it's all enclosed in a sourdough bun.

Special 'Festive Shakes' are also sure to be popular. The cinnamon flavoured 'Christmas Cake Shake' is topped with Christmas cake and the 'After Dinner Mint Shake' is completed with an After Eight. Adults may prefer the chocolate orange flavour shake which includes a special dash of Cointreau.

For the kids (big and small) there is a special 'Trim Your Tree' dessert. Diners can decorate their very own chocolate brownie in the shape of a Christmas tree with chocolate sauce and various sweet treats.

Zaks Trim your own brownie Tree (Photo: Zaks)

Zaks Trim your own brownie Tree (Photo: Zaks) - Credit: Archant

For the more traditional, Zaks has also created a dessert inspired by the classic Christmas pudding - a 'Christmas Trifle Sundae' - which sees vanilla ice-cream mixed with cherries, crumbled Christmas cake and custard topped with cream and finished with a festive candy cane and (of course) more Christmas cake.

Operations Officer, Gemma Jarvis, said: 'Adding a bit of Christmas to the menu is something we haven't done before at Zaks so we thought we would get involved this year.'

Zaks has four restaurants across the region - two in Norwich, one in Poringland and another in Thetford. For more information visit Zaks' website here.

Zaks Trifle Sundae (Photo: Zaks)

Zaks Trifle Sundae (Photo: Zaks) - Credit: Archant

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