The state side inspired diner that has locations on Manchester’s Oxford Road and Liverpool’s Ranelagh Street, is serving up the novel Chicken Cheetos burger, which is the brainchild of Archie’s Director Imran Rafiq.
Stacked within a Brioche Bun, the American-style burger comprises Crispy Chicken, Crunchy Cheetos Pieces, Hot Cheese Sauce, Lettuce and Cajun Mayonnaise.
Imran said: “Here at Archie’s we like to do things a bit differently and we really enjoy adding recipes with a twist to our menu. Gone are the days of typical burgers with uninspiring toppings, as we know that our diners are seeking a truly original taste that can’t be found elsewhere. As Archie’s is an all-American inspired venue, we wanted to take a popular stateside snack, such as Cheetos, and use it to create a truly novel burger to add to our ever expanding offering.
“Although the Chicken Cheetos burger may sound a little eccentric, our customers who have tried it tell us that it tastes so right! As the fun menu addition combines originality with the signature burger essentials it will no doubt become a firm favourite with our diners.”
Archie’s is renowned across the North West for its eclectic menu consisting of burgers and waffles alongside an extensive shake menu that encourages guests to create their own fully customisable selections.
Imran added: “As well creating new interesting recipes to add to the Archie’s menus, it’s been a very busy few months for us as we have welcomed a number of guest celebrities to create their very own shakes. For example, the likes of Amir Khan, Pia Mia, The Game and Floyd Mayweather have visited our venue to create their own signature shakes using an array of speciality ingredients for all of our customers to enjoy. It’s great that celebrities love to visit us again and again, adding a twist to the inimitable Archie’s brand.”
The Chicken Cheetos burger is priced at £5.49 and is available at all Archie’s sites.
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