Like Taylor Swift sings, Haters Gonna Hate, and we're just going to Shake It Off. Bangalore's popular thick shake chain, Shake It Off finally comes to our city and we are super excited. Started by Pradeep Kumar Jain, the store is bang on the Ashok Nagar main road. So how different is this brand when compared to the gazzilion other milkshake brands in the city? For starters, this is not a milkshake joint. You get the thick shake, vegan shakes, frozen yogurt-based shakes, cake shakes, and some out-of-the-box shake options that can hit you up! What is a thick shake if it doesn't have chocolate. (You guessed it right we can give up on life for chocolate). They have several choices like Choco Oreo, The Breakup which is a brownie based shake, Ferraro Rocher, Kit Kat, and Nutella. We went with the Oreo shake which is a perfect blend of chocolate, Oreo crumbs, and a ball of ice cream. If you are a pure breed chocolate addict then go for their Chocoholic. Their cake-based shakes are equally interesting. Options being red velvet, blueberry cheesecake, raspberry cheesecake, and cookies. It was a refreshing change to have red velvet cake in the format of a shake. The cake pieces that come with every sip can sure spruce up your mood! If you like experiments, then you have six choices in front of you. Gulab jamun, pan, Nutella and coffee, dark chocolate, jam, and mint Oreo. We tried the pan flavoured shake and it didn't disappoint. We dare you to try the gulab jamun, however. The liquids look good! Now, how about some solids? They have a limited but well thought out munchies section - starting with sandwiches, burgers, Maggi, Momo, and fries. Try what you may but don't miss their cheese momos which melt in your mouth and leave you asking for more. We also liked their herb cheese sandwich which is bland but appealed to our taste palette. For something spicier, try their Schezwan paneer sandwich. The Sanjay Special Maggi (Maggi with cheese and milk) left us curious. The dish got its name after Sanjay who invented the dish but is no more. The dish on the menu is a tribute to him. Their sweet and short munchies menu is impressive and is perfect for those looking for a quick bite. The shakes will fill you up, too! We like how the store has simple interiors (nautical inspired with a deck, anchor, beach-bottles, etc) and the seating is casual, too. There is also a buy one - get one offer on thewir shakes.
Shake, Drink, Repeat: Bangalore's Popular Chain Shake It Off Opens First Store In Chennai
What Makes It Awesome
What Could Be Better
Since the outlet is bang on the main road, it tends to get a little noisy. Parking also might be a little bit of an issue.
How Much Did It Cost
₹500 - ₹1000
Best To Go With
Family, Big Group