Burgers & Fries
ShakeShack serves an assortment of burgers.
This is the double patty version of SmokeShack. It is essentially a double cheeseburger with applewood smoked bacon, chopped cherry pepper and ShackSauce. The beef patty is very nicely grilled and juicy. The bacon slices are crispy with nice savour flavours. This is definitely a nice burger. Recommended.
The Shack Stack is a cheeseburger topped with a ‘Shroom burger with lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce. Nice texture contrast between the crispy fried portobello mushroom patty and juicy beef patty. The melted cheese is really nice touch.
These crinkle cut fries are crispy outside and soft inside. Comes with a saucer of cheese dip on the side, giving these fries a nice cheesy flavour.
This hot dog sausage is made with 100% beef sandwiched in a hot dog bun. The sausage is nicely grilled, mildly crispy skin outside and juicy inside. It has nice savoury flavours and you can add your own sauces: ketchup, chilli and mustard. I like this.
ShakeShack serves several flavours of hand-spun milkshakes.
This Vanilla milkshake is thick and milky with nice milky vanilla flavours. Likeable.
The Chocolate milkshake has nice intense chocolatey flavours. It is sweet and thick. I like it.
Common Man Coffee
The Common Man Coffee milkshake has nice intense coffee and sweet flavours. Nice. I like it.
Purple Cow is essentially a soda float based on fanta grape with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Nice.
ShakeShack has various Singapore exclusive flavours of their concretes. Each store has their own unique concretes.
Berry Ferris Swell
This concrete uses a vanilla custard base blended with raspberries and cheesecake. It is sweet tasting with light flavours of raspberries and a nice tasting cheesecake layer at its bottom. This is a Great World City exclusive.
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