Stars Wars fans will no longer have to duel with light sabers over where to eat lunch.
Beginning at the end of January, fast-food restaurant Quick will be serving hamburgers inspired by George Lucas’ six-film series.
As a promotion for the Feb. 8 release of Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace in 3-D, diners will be able to order Yoda and Darth Maul-inspired sandwiches Jan. 31-March 5. Starting March 2, those wanting to chose the dark side can pick the Darth Vader-inspired hamburger, complete with black bun. The company says vegetable coloring agent was used to give the bread its unusual color.
Patrons will also be able to order star-shaped fried cheese snacks and Amidala and Anakin toys.
However, these burgers are still far, far away for US fans. Quick restaurants only operate in Europe.
May the force (and fries) be with you.
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