Stacks Burger House is not just a burger house at all, it’s a cafe, coffee spot and hun of style. Owners Jason & Emma Young opened the store, and also own the Fish tribe project on the same street in Kiama Downs. They’ve got a good thing going in the area. So busy when we visited!
Decor wise, their style is beachy, Palm Springs chic. We love the pastel colour palette, hanging flower arrangement and straw pendant lights.
The menu is great and they have quality ingredients using local suppliers for quality produce which is used in their brekkie options, salads and burgers. We visited morning and night to try both menus.
For breakfast we tried the Harissa chilli scrambled eggs, served on crispy olive oil sourdough with goats curd, a lovely and filling brekkie.
In addition, the free range poached eggs were served with broccolini, wilted spinach, shredded carrot, crispy quinoa, danish feta and a smear of pumpkin hummus. Plenty of brekkie options on offer.
By night we had a Buddha Bowl, a generous serving of Quinoa, avocado, spinach, broccolini, beetroot, sweet potato, cherry tomato, radish, edamame, crispy kale, and pumpkin hummus. You can grab some add ons, I went for the marinated chicken for a protein hit.
But it is a burger house so you’ve gotta try one. We went for the beef, cheese and bacon burger with an 180gm beef patty, American cheddar, bacon, sweet pickles, Stacks house tomato relish, mustard served on a milk bun. A delicious burger on all fronts. We ordered this with a side of potato gems. There’s so many burgers from fried chicken to bbq pulled pork and even a bun less option with lettuce.
Drink wise, they have set themselves up for coffee lovers, using Allpress Espresso for their bean. By night you can even have a beer or cider, stocking Queensland Brand Balter.
We encourage you to make a visit if heading down the south coast.
21 Johnson Street
New South Wales, 2533