Sunday: 11:00 - 21:00Monday: 11:00 - 23:00Tuesday: 11:00 - 23:00Wednesday: 11:00 - 23:00Thursday: 11:00 - 23:00Friday: 11:00 - 23:00Saturday: 11:00 - 23:00
Nearest StationTottenham Court Road
01923 555 171
Shake Shack started out as a modern-day American roadside burger stand in New York’s Madison Square Park in 2004. Its burgers, flat-top dogs, frozen custard and extensive drinks list quickly gained cult status with queues round the block.Favourites include the ShackBurger, SmokeShack, ‘Shroom Burger or Shack-cago Dog and a signature shake or concrete (frozen custard blended at high speed with mix-ins).
Great great food. The chicken shack was crispy and generous in size, we both enjoyed the burgers and cheese fries. Great food and service.
We visited both the Tottenham Court Road and Soho Shake Shack, both were great and value for money.
We both enjoyed the burgers and the whole atmosphere.
Great quality ingredients with amazing flavours, but the burgers are very small, so you may want to double your order. Fries are nice, but not at the same level of other joints (Five Guys, Honest...). House beer was very good. Will definitely go again.
I come to this burger joint twice a week. The burgers are nice as well as the manager.
Amanda is so friendly and hospitable. She always makes you feel welcome and makes you want to return. Thanks to her it’s always a pleasure to return and see a friendly face which is unusual these days in the Oxford street area.
It’s become one of the sought after burger chains to try. It’s definitely good. Would I wait in line? Probably not. But it’s good, along with many others now in this market.
Service was slow, food was nothing special. They forgot to bring my beer. When I asked for it I had to wait until someone had a moment to pour a pint. There was a dirty looking plastic pint glass that was half full sitting by the tap. A server tried to pull and clear the nozzle (I thought) with little success. A supervisor came over and corrected that persons technique but they weren't clearing the nozzle. They gave me the beer glass that no one knows what had been in it without a blink. The place was too much a mindless assembly line. :-(