Popular NY Burger Restaurant to Open in Shinsaibashi, Osaka, this September
Shake Shack, a popular burger and shake restaurant that started in New York City, will open its 14th location in Japan on September 20, 2019, in the Daimaru Shinsaibashi shopping facility in Osaka. This is exciting news to those living in or visiting Japan, as it has an English menu and offers options for vegetarians. Keep reading to find out more about this exciting restaurant opening!
Jul 19 2019
Shake Shack is a casual burger restaurant from the USA that is beloved all over the world for its stylish design, warm customer service, and its delicious menu filled with a variety of options for burgers, hot dogs, shakes, and fries.
Shake Shack's famous burgers use 100% natural Angus beef raised without the use of hormones. Their most popular burger, the ShackBurger, consists of two juicy beef patties topped with cheese, fresh lettuce and tomato, and their original ShackSauce. There is also the vegetarian-friendly Shroom Burger, consisting of a fried portabello mushroom filled with 3 kinds of cheese, that is a huge hit in the United States and Europe.
In addition to burgers, Shake Shack offers hot dogs, French fries, and other delicious menu options. For drinks, you can enjoy fresh frozen shakes prepared in-house every morning, blend coffee, soft drinks, and Shake Shake's original branded beer and wine. Occasionally you may even see a Japan exclusive item on their menu, like the Matcha Shake that's only sold in their Kyoto branch!
The Shake Shack Daimaru Shinsaibashi location will incorporate elements of the Shinsaibashi area into its design as well as feature an exclusive concrete (frozen custard blended with mix-ins at a high speed), which is currently being developed. The Shake Shack staff hope that all customers, whether Japanese or visitors from abroad, will be able to enjoy top-notch casual cuisine along with the restaurant's signature warm hospitality when the location opens this September 2019.
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The information in this article is accurate at the time of publication.