A Melbourne based writer who is a travel junkie, dedicated foodie and emerging photographer.
Published January 18th 2016
These burgers stack up
Royal Stacks, a series of restaurants boasting fresh, quality fast-food in a super-modern, fun environment, have just opened a new premises in the Melbourne CBD. Their new premises located at 470 Collins Street offers diners a large space with an almost industrial look in which to enjoy the classy burgers, desserts and drinks on offer.
Royal Stacks Collins St offers a large premises with plenty of seating to enjoy your burger. (Writer's own image.)
The Royal Stacks group is the brainchild of Dani Zeini, who has already enjoyed success with ventures including Dandenong Pavilion, Grand Trailer Park Taverna, Easey's and Truck Stop Deluxe. Self described as 'Melbourne's biggest burger fanatic', Dani is the perfect person to be spearheading this venture.
Fresh, tasty, superior quality burgers. (Image credit: image by Eugene Hyland, provided by Zilla & Brook).
With so much competition in the burger space, why would you choose a Royal Stacks burger over a rival burger? For the quality, the taste and the freshness of ingredients. All the beef used in their burgers is pasture fed, GMO free, with no added hormones or antibiotics. They use locally made bread which is baked fresh each day, and is free of additives.
The crowds are rolling in to taste those burgers! (Writer's own image.)
Given the name, it's no surprise that some of the burger lines carried by Royal Stacks also sport royal tags. For example, you could choose 'The King' ($13.50) - beef patty, tomato, butter lettuce, mac and cheese croquettes, American mustard and special burger sauce. For a simple burger with a twist, try 'The Elizabeth' ($12.50) - beef patty, Swiss cheese, truffle mayo. There's even a vegetarian burger - the 'Queen Bee' - chick pea patty, tomato, butter lettuce, American cheddar, special burger sauce, pickles.
Expect a 'right royal feast'. (Image attribution: image by Eugene Hyland, provided by Zilla & Brook.)
If you feel like a bit of a sweet treat after your burger, Royal Stacks also offers US style 'frozen custard', brought to you by 7apples Gelato in St Kilda. Expect to find such delicious flavours as New York cheesecake, peanut butter and Kinder Surprise.
Royal Stacks is open 7 days, from 11.30am to 10.30pm (kitchen closes at 9.30pm).