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Café launches milkshake made from ice cream, chocolate syrup, a dash of salt and POTATOES

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For years,  fast food fans have enjoyed the odd flavour combination of dipping hot salty French fries into sickly sweet ice-cold milkshakes at the likes of Five Guys and McDonald’s. 

And now those who love mixing savoury chips with their drinkable dessert can do it all in one – as an east London cafe has launched a milkshake with the potato blended in.   

Made from vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, cream, a dash of salt and potatoes, and chocolate-coated French fries for dipping, the shake will be unveiled this weekend by the E20 stall at  London’s East Village’s Urban Food Fest. 

Made from vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, cream, a dash of salt and potatoes, and chocolate-coated French fries for dipping, the shake will be unveiled this weekend at London’s East Village’s Urban Food Fest – a model is pictured with the shake

Eoin Thomas, Community and Events Lead at residential building Get Living’s East Village, who is putting on the festival, told FEMAIL: ‘At Get Living we pride ourselves in putting on incredible events for our residents and neighbours, and we’re thrilled to be back, in-person, hosting such a great event for the food lovers of East London. 

‘If the legendary French fry milkshake doesn’t tickle your tastebuds, we guarantee you’ll find something tasty to fill your plate.’

The salty-sweet concoction will be available at from 12pm to 6pm and 250 free milkshakes will be given out throughout the day.    

The creation will first be available at the E20 Street Food Market from 12pm – 6pm, and will stay in store if popular with guest.

The salty-sweet concoction will be available at from 12pm to 6pm and 250 free milkshakes will be given out throughout the day

For those not brave enough to try the milkshake, more than a dozen other food stands and trucks offer everything from Sri Lankan, Italian, Lebanese and Thai cuisine to pulled meat wraps, pizza, burgers, bagels and cinnamon buns. 

There’s also a bar for those who want to wash down the milkshake with a refreshing beverage.

In 2016, McDonald’s advertised on social media asking what their favourite milkshake to dip their chips in was – which saw hundreds writing of their relief at realising they are not the only ones to dip their salty chips into a creamy vanilla, chocolate, strawberry or banana milkshake. 

Meanwhile in 2015,  Mister Eaters chip shop in Preston, Lancashire created a deep-fried milkshake 

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