Royal Stacks' Fourth Birthday: 90s Week
Grab a burger, shake and ice cream at 90s prices — while listening to tunes from the era, too.
It has been four years since Royal Stacks started slinging its burgers, fries and shakes in Melbourne, and you'd better believe it's celebrating that fact. To mark the occasion, the eatery is kicking back old school-style, throwing back to the 90s for a week-long party.
All three of Royal Stacks' Melbourne stores will be serving up dishes at 90s prices — including a menu that nods to Eddie Murphy flick Coming to America, which actually inspired the whole chain in the first place. Sure, the movie was made in the late 80s, but we're sure you're willing to overlook that fact in the name of cheap burgs.
From Tuesday, January 14–Tuesday, January 21, you can get your hands on a McDowell burger for $9.90, or a Prince Akeem mini burger with fries and a soft drink for the same price. Slurp down a Randy Watson Sexual Chocolate Milkshake — aka a triple-chocolate milkshake topped with crushed Tim Tams — for $5, and nab an ice cream cone for 30 cents, too. If you're eating with a pal, you can nab a Kicks Pack with two Single Stacks, two fries and two soft drinks for $19.90.
At the Collins Street store, retro tunes will also be pumping through Royal Stacks' speakers — 90s bangers, obviously. And, the walls will be decked with 90s-themed decor, including movie posters, while staff will be sporting themed uniforms.
Images: Giulia Morlando.
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