Sizzling-hot American burger chain, Shake Shack, opened a second branch branch in the Tokyo. Located right at the foot of the Ebisu train station’s west exit, Shake Shack brings its traditional New York City burgers and shakes to Tokyo. The shop is hard to miss, with the giant Shake Shack sign outside, as well as the crowd of people lining up to try some of America’s most renowned burgers.
Shake Shack Menu
So, what should you expect to find at Shake Shack’s newest Tokyo location? You can enjoy your favorite classics, such as their all-natural Shack Burgers, fresh crinkle-cut fries as well as a variety of shakes, including the Tokyo exclusive, Black Sesame Shake! The location also sells freshly-spun custard, which they refer to as “concretes”, like their Japanese-inspired mouth-watering Ebisu exclusive, “E-bean-su”, which consists of vanilla custard, red bean caramel sauce, marshmallow sauce, salted shortbread cookies and finished off with soy bean powder. Yum! Local wine and beer is also available for sale, as well as some fun Japanese-inspired Shake Shack merchandise, like wash cloths, pens, phone-cases, and even shirts in the iconic black and bright-green Shake Shack colors.
How was it?
So how was it? The staff at EnableJapan.com decided to see for ourselves and we were not disappointed. The burgers were exactly like the ones you would find back in the states. The patties were juicy, and the ingredients fresh. The iconic crinkle-cut fries were nice and salty. The strawberry cheesecake milkshake was creamy with the right amount of sweetness and thickness. So if you in Tokyo want to see what Shake Shack is all about, be sure to stop in!
Shake Shack Location Information
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Nearest Station: 1 minute walk from Ebisu Station (plan your route at the link and click on the Google Map below for walking directions)