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Slim’s Quality Burger opens two new locations in Queensland

The restaurant features QR code ordering system for nose-in parking.

Slim’s Quality Burger is opening in Kippa-Ring and Slacks Creek in September, will serve an expanded breakfast menu alongside the classics and bring a novel drive-in experience that echoes the comfort and convenience of vintage American diners.

The new restaurant features its signature aesthetic of an open kitchen housed in vibrant retro décor. Cherry-red banquettes, vintage light fixtures, and distinctive neon signage will transport customers back to an era of stylish, easy-going dining. 

Additionally, the new locations will feature an innovative QR code ordering system, allowing customers to place orders from their cars and enjoy prompt food delivery, marrying the nostalgia of a drive-in with modern technology.

"The opening of our Kippa-Ring and Slacks Creek restaurants are the beginning of a new chapter in our expansion journey. Our Queensland locations have been purposely designed to allow for nose-in parking around the restaurant, reminiscent of an American diner, complete with a view into our open kitchens,” Nik Rollison, Co-founder of Slim's Quality Burger said.

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