On another weekend adventure, I wandered around streets of malad looking around for the place I picked from my never ending list of food places, that I wanted to try. Exactly opposite Toyota Showroom, ( across the road ). When I finally found it, it had a crowd to handle, luckily they have an outdoor seating space where I waited for my table. I honestly think Stacks and Racks deserve more area because it seems to be popular with the crowd that came around during lunch time.
Stacks and Racks is a heaven for Junk food like burgers etc, Although not huge in size their burgers are beyond satisfactory. They have a moderately filling patty with mayonnaise, and all that complements burgers, the usual stuff. ( I was too hungry to notice anything else ). These burgers are served with fries and taste lovely. They also have beverages like iced tea that are totally worth the price they are offered for and they also have a great steak on the menu. Stacks and Racks serve chicken, beef, lamb as well as lobsters for Rs 350 and above which I think is reasonable for student pockets and lovers of cheap thrills. They also have decent ambience, walls are covered with catchy photographs of famous personnel eating, supposedly the servings from the restaurant and the lighting adorns the aesthetics of the rugged walls.
I would recommend this place to students and food hunters, its entirely worth it.
-WANDERER // MARLYN PEREIRA
Stacks and Racks, Malad west.
Cost – Approx 800 for two.