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Shake Shack Opens Its Second Shack At 89 Neil Road

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Shake Shack Opens Its Second Shack At 89 Neil Road

Upon its major success at Jewel Changi Airport, Shake Shack decides to shake things up more by opening its second Shack at 89 Neil Road!

former-Tiger-Balm-Factory

image of Shake Shack Second Shack

So, It is Located in the former Tiger Balm Factory, Shake Shacks’ second outlet pays tribute to the culturally rich neighborhood of Tanjong Pagar by collaborating with Singaporean artist, Sam Lo. Through her, a striking façade mural inspired by the neighborhood with auspicious Chinese symbols. Malay roof eaves and Peranakan tiling on the side of the building is created.

 

Indoors, the historical building retains a modern feel with details such as soft pink, mint hues and rose-gold accents. The airy interior is then anchored by a tiger mural harkening back to the building’s history as the former Tiger Balm factory.

Shake-Shack

image of Shake Shake’s inner part

This goes back to Shake Shack’s roots of supporting the arts and in keeping its mission to Stand For Something Good® – where they are committed to extending hospitality beyond the four walls of each Shack into the surrounding community.

Chick’n-ShackTM

Image of Burger Chick’n ShackTM (S$9.20)

Aside from a newer and bigger location, Shack Shack has also came up with a few new items on their menu for us to try. There is the Chick’n ShackTM (S$9.20), a must try for the crispy, juicy chicken breast burger. The chicken breast is dipped into a creamy buttermilk marinade to crisp-fry every time an order is made.

The-Eye-of-the-Tiger

Image of the Eye of the Tiger(dessert)

Alas, a meal is never complete without dessert, the new location also brings two exclusive concretes, the Eye of the Tiger (S$7.50 for a Single, S$9.50 for a double) and Open Sesame (S$7.50 for a Single, S$9.50 for a double). The Eye of the Tiger features vanilla custard blended with lychee, raspberry and shortbread, topped with lime zest, while Open Sesame features

vanilla custard blended with black sesame paste and Plain Vanilla brownies, topped with black

sesame seeds and gold-dusted chocolate. These concretes are inspired by local desserts and are only available at Neil Road.

 

Hear your tummy grumbling already? Head down to 89 Neil Road and be prepared to shake up your tastebuds!

 

89 Neil Road #01-01, Singapore 088849

Opening hours: 11am to 10pm (Sunday to Thursday)

11am to 12 midnight (Friday & Saturday)

 

 

 

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