Today, Melbourne’s cult-favourite burger joint, Royal Stacks opens its eighth venue, landing on the west side of the city at retail and food destination Melbourne Quarter, a stone’s throw from Southern Cross Station.

In a Royal Stacks first, the team will bring something unique to Melbourne’s electric food scene by expanding its iconic royal menu to feature hearty breakfast items including juicy, decadent breakfast sliders washed down with V60 Drip coffee. Exclusively available at Melbourne Quarter, Royal Stacks will house one of only two V60 machines in Australia, churning out fresh and fragrant brews to the city’s most adoring caffeine lovers.

New menu additions:
● V60 Coffee
● Martin’s Potato Roll Breakfast Sliders:
○ Egg and cheese ○ Sausage and egg
○ Bacon and egg ○ Sausage, egg and cheese
○ Sujuk (Turkish style), cheese and egg
○ Egg and avocado
● Potato Hash Browns
● Pikelets:
○ Maple Syrup
○ Chocolate Fudge

Situated in a dynamic laneway, titled Gunpowder Walk the restaurant merges industrial and urban design along with the classic 90s flair synonymous with the brand. Inside, diners will discover black outlined graffiti hyroglifics with vibrant internals covering the walls and a cargo ship container submerged in the venue used as the serving counter. A fusion of old-school and the modern world, an old-school Telstra telephone box has been transformed with technology for guests to make their royal orders.

Founder, Dani Zeini continues his distinctive approach to serving up the Royal treatment across the state by working closely with local suppliers weekly to source the highest quality beef and produce the best burgers in town.

Dani Zeini says, “After months of trialling and testing in the kitchen, we’re ecstatic to unveil our very first breakfast menu at Royal Stacks in Melbourne Quarter. We all know Melbourne is famous for its culturally-iconic coffee and food scene, so what better way to celebrate the opening of our new store than with a freshly-designed menu and a state-of-the-art V60 Drip coffee machine.”

“Whether you’re a resident, local worker, commuter or tourist, our latest additions to the menu will have all walks of life starting their day with a smile and a full stomach. After all, who ever said burgers can’t be for breakfast?!” he concludes.

As a city renowned for its world-class coffee brews, it’s no surprise that Royal Stacks is making its coffee with none other than the most royal of appliances. Drip coffee has been revolutionary in the world of coffee, an alternative way of brewing which uses filters and pours water over ground beans to make coffee.

Located in the bustling west side of the city, Melbourne Quarter is a thriving urban neighbourhood and hub of transformation and movement. With evocative art, an eclectic mix of food, endless shops and a vision to become the city’s greenest precinct, Melbourne Quarter is here to offer the city a new backyard.

Dishing out good vibes and old-fashioned hospitality and the best 90s tunes, the new restaurant delivers a cut above the rest. To celebrate the opening, Royal Stacks Melbourne Quarter is offering city-goers a breakfast slider with egg and cheese, hashbrown and V60 coffee for $7 (up until 11AM).

Opening hours:
● Monday – Wednesday: 8AM – 3PM
● Thursday – Friday: 8AM – 7PM
● Saturday – Sunday: CLOSED (available for event bookings upon request
Address: No7 Two Melbourne Quarter, 697 Collins Street, Docklands, VIC 3008

Image Credit: Pete Dillon

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