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691 8th Avenue
New York 10036

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Monday:
11:00am - 12:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

While everyone’s clamouring for Shake Shack at Jewel Changi Airport, I found myself in another (albeit shorter and faster-moving) queue in SS’s motherland New York. I got these items to go, but at 5pm, there was still a pretty long queue and the whole restaurant was crowded with people waiting for their orders. You get a buzzer to collect your food, and the staff are all in a hurry to get things done with regular reminders of “Kitchen, time is money!” abound every few minutes.

After trying their signature items, I can see why they’re so popular. The Shack Stack comes with both the regular beef patty as well as the mushroom patty. The breaded mushroom patty has a layer of cheese in it, and it’s amazing when it’s all hot and gooey. The beef patty is also very tender and moist. The burger is amazing if you eat it while it’s hot, so make sure you dig in within 15 minutes or else it’ll cool down and the cheese hardens.

I requested for the cheese to be packed separately, so I also tried the fries on their own before slathering them in cheese and bacon. The hot fries were super crispy and not too salty. One thing’s for sure - the Americans sure know how to make their fries taste damn good. The cheese sauce also hardens after a few minutes, so you really gotta enjoy all this while it’s hot. Personally I feel the bacon made the cheese fries too salty, so if I went back to Shake Shack, I’d just order the regular fries.

Overall, Shake Shack makes some good burgers, but after trying In-N-Out in Los Angeles, I don’t think they quite match up. I would revisit Shake Shack if there was no queue, but I definitely won’t be queueing for more than half an hour at Jewel for this.

Juicy, succulent, flavourful patties. The buttered bun was soft like a pillow. Oh the sauce.
Is it Shake Shack or In N Out for you? #DFDNYC
http://danielfooddiary.com/2015/06/11/shakeshack/

I finally had the chance to try this when I was in New York! This isn't just any fast food, it's a really good burger with a very nice taste of beef - moist sweet and fragrant, sandwiched between fluffy bun and melty savory cheese. Mine had double patty and bacon which was crispy.
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I find the burger better than those in many restaurants. And better still, Shake Shack is found at many prominent locations. Good, cheap and convenient 😋

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Comparing this to In-n-Out which I had a few days earlier, I think I prefer the latter. This somehow didn't do as much for me as it did a few years back.

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Look at that cheese stuffed mushroom that pretty much obscured the meat patty. This was kinda glorious, though I still prefer the original shack burger for its unadulterated beefy goodness.

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The legendary. Nuff said! The frozen custard was soooooo rich and creamy as well. Even the mother who isn't a fan of burgers loved it.

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