Shake Shack Singapore opens second store

Burger chain Shake Shack has opened its second store in Singapore, in the city’s CBD.

Taking over the Tiger Balm factory on Neil Road, the new Shake Shack Singapore store design was inspired by its vibrant Chinatown neighbourhood and colourful Peranakan architecture.

The serving counter inside the new Shake Shack.

Designed by Zebra Projects, the store’s interior features a tiger mural inspired by the history of Tiger Balm factory by local artist Sam Lo.

Local artists have helped create a unique dining experience.

To mark the opening, Shake Shack has launched The Chick’n Shack, an antibiotic-free slow-cooked chicken breast crisp fried.

A Shake Shack burger.

“The Chick’n Shack embodies our modern approach to fine-casual American cooking,” said Mark Rosati, culinary director at Shake Shack. “It’s about providing a simple, pleasurable, uncomplicated experience, but with high-quality, responsibly sourced ingredients.”

The burger chain also introduces two new local dishes, Eye of the Tiger and Open Sesame, based on local flavours.

Desserts can be shared.

To support the local art community, 5 per cent from sales of the local products will be contributed to Very Special Arts Singapore (VSA), a non-profit organisation providing opportunities for the disabled through arts.


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