The inspiration behind our name comes from the classic 1994 movie Pulp Fiction, which has garnered a dedicated following since its release. Since opening in early 2017, Royale has been featured in various local media outlets including Crain’s Detroit, WDIV’s “Dine in the D,” and Eater-Detroit.
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We’re proud to be the latest addition to the thriving food scene in the Cass Corridor. We created our menu with the aim of providing high quality food at affordable prices. We don’t sacrifice our quality standards or cut corners to save costs. We strive to be an asset to the community, a place where students from Wayne State can come in and enjoy a great meal without breaking the bank. A place where employees of the DMC, and other neighboring businesses can come in for a house made, tasty salad. A place where families can come in with their kids, (we don’t serve alcohol) and have a great meal after the ballgame.
We designed our restaurant with the intention of maintaining the character of the original building which was constructed in 1913. The exposed brick walls and Edison-bulb light fixtures give the space a rustic look. In line with this theme, we used 100 year old reclaimed wood from northern Michigan to build our front counter, which bears our hand painted logo. We also made it a point to pay homage to our namesake, including many references to Pulp Fiction. One of our walls features the famous Banksy artwork which depicted Jules and Vi
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