After the long wait, Shake Shack is finally coming to serve Filipinos their famous burgers and hotdogs this May 10 at their first branch in Central Square in Bonifacio Global City!
A "modern-day roadside burger stand", Shake Shack first opened in 2004 in NYC's Madison Square Park and is known for serving 100% all-natural Angus beef burgers, chicken sandwiches, crinkle cut fries, and more. The company has then expanded to over 190 locations in 26 U.S. states and 70 locations internationally, including London, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Dubai, Seoul, and more.
For their first location in the Philippines, the restaurant makes sure that while they will be serving all the classics that they are known for worldwide, there are also dishes that are uniquely Filipino in flavor. So whether it's your first time trying out Shake Shack, or you've already had a taste of their famous offerings, there's something new to try when you visit their branch in Manila.
Check out all the new and classic dishes you should get when you visit Shake Shack Manila!
A Shake Shack first-timer should definitely not miss the classic ShackBurger (Single: 250 | Double: P410) which has lettuce, tomato, and the signature ShackSauce. Make sure to get their burgers with another classic – the Crinkle Cut Fries (P130) and Cheese Fries (P180).
If you're looking for a meat alternative, there's the 'Shroom Burger (P445), with a patty of crispy Portobello Mushroom, melted muenster, and cheddar cheese, and topped with lettuce, tomato, and ShackSauce.
For their flat-top hotdogs, you can choose from the Shack-cago Dog (P255) –with relish, onions, cucumber, celery, and more – or the all-beef Hot Dog (P200). You can even add a drizzle of their cheese sauce to your hotdog for an additional P50.
As promised, Shake Shack is releasing new items in the menu that are purely Filipino. Something you must try from them is definitely their Concretes (Single: P250 | Double: P350) – frozen custard made in-Shack every day. You can get these cold treats in three different flavors: Uuuube-by baby which as vanilla custard, ube, coconut marshmallow, ube cookie, toasted coconut, pinipig, and leche flan; Shack Attack, a chocolate custard made with brownies from Bucky's and chocolate from our very own Auro Chocolate; and Calamansi Pie Oh My which is a vanilla custard with calamansi pie from Wildflour Bakery.
For the drinks, Filipinos should definitely have a taste of their Ube Shake (P190), which is Shake Shacks version on the flavor we all love, and Calamansi Limeade (S: P130 | L: P160) which is also a good refreshment to have with their burgers.