Red Rooster is one of the classic Aussie fast food chicken joints which has wholeheartedly stood the test of time. Their menu has a fantastic range of great chicken, delicious chips, and they sell it all for good prices.
Here is Red Rooster’s menu with prices in Australia:
Rolls & Wraps
|Crafted BLT Smash (roll or wrap)||$8.99|
|Crafted BLT Smash Combo (regular)||$12.69|
|Crafted Texas BBQ (roll or wrap)||$8.99|
|Crafted Texas BBQ Combo (regular)||$12.69|
|Crafted Chilli Slaw (roll or wrap)||$8.49|
|Crafted Chilli Slaw Combo (regular)||$11.99|
|Rooster Roll (roll)||$6.49|
|Rooster Roll Combo (regular)||$10.29|
|Rippa Roll (roll)||$7.49|
|Rippa Roll Combo (regular)||$11.19|
|Bacon & Cheese Rippa Roll (roll)||$8.19|
|Bacon & Cheese Rippa Roll Combo (regular)||$11.79|
|Roast Chicken & Gravy Roll (roll)||$7.69|
|Roast Chicken & Gravy Roll Combo (regular)||$11.49|
|Flayva Wrap (wrap)||$7.29|
|Flayva Wrap Combo (regular)||$10.99|
|Spicy Jalapeno Chicken Wrap (wrap)||$8.49|
|Spicy Jalapeno Chicken Wrap Combo (regular)||$11.19|
|BLT Smash Chicken Wraps (wrap)||$8.99|
|BLT Smash Chicken Wraps Combo (regular)||$11.69|
|Chicken, Cheese, & Bacon (burger)||$4.99|
|Chicken, Cheese, & Bacon Combo (regular)||$8.79|
|Original Crispy (burger)||$7.19|
|Original Crispy Combo (regular)||$10.89|
|Hellfire Burger (burger only)||$8.49|
|Hellfire Burger Combo (regular)||$11.49|
|Hellfire Burger Combo (large)||$12.99|
|Double Hellfire Burger (burger only)||$9.79|
|Double Hellfire Burger Combo (regular)||$12.39|
|Double Hellfire Burger Combo (large)||$13.89|
|Rippa Mega Box (rippa roll, 4 chicken nuggets, crispy strip, pineapple fritter, reg. gravy, sml. chips, 375ml drink)||$13.99|
|Bacon & Cheese Rippa Mega Box (Bacon & Cheese Rippa Roll, 4 Chicken Nuggets, Crispy Strip, Pineapple Fritter, Regular Gravy, Small Chips & 375ml Drink)||$14.59|
|Flayva Wrap Mega Box (Flayva Wrap, 4 Chicken Nuggets, regular Gravy, small Chips & 375ml Drink)||$13.99|
|Legends Mega Box (crispy burger, crispy strip, reg. gravy, sml. chips, 375ml drink)||$10.99|
Upgrade any of the above to a large combo for $2.50.
|Whole Roast Chicken||$12.99|
|Aussie Favourite (whole chicken, lrg. gravy, lrg. chips, 1.25l drink)||$21.99|
|Chicken & Salad (whole chicken, lrg. garden salad, lrg. crunchy slaw, family chips, 1.25l drink)||$26.99|
|Family Roast (whole chicken, 12 roast veggies, lrg. peas, lrg. gravy, 1.25l drink)||$30.99|
|Mega Feast (12 chicken pieces, lrg. crunchy slaw, lrg. mash & gravy, 4 corn cobs, 2 lrg. chips, 1.25l drink)||$38.99|
|Mates Share Pack (2 rooster rollers, 2 rippa rolls, family chips)||$25.00|
|Hellfire Share Pack (2 double Hellfire burgers, family chips, 12 nuggets, 2 sauces)||$24.00|
|Crispy Onion Rings||$3.10|
|Mash & Gravy (regular)||$3.49|
|Mash & Gravy (large)||$4.59|
|Roast Veggies (3 pieces)||$3.99|
|Roast Veggies (6 pieces)||$6.49|
|Loaded Large Chips w/ Chicken & Gravy||$5.00|
|Crunchy Slaw (regular)||$3.99|
|Crunchy Slaw (large)||$6.49|
|Corn (1 cob)||$2.39|
|Corn (4 cob)||$6.99|
|Garden Salad (regular)||$2.99|
|Garden Salad (large)||$3.99|
|Potato Bites (6 pieces)||$2.00|
|Potato Bites (12 pieces)||$4.00|
|Chicken Nuggets (4 pieces)||$3.49|
|Chicken Nuggets (8 pieces)||$5.79|
|Cheesy Nuggets (4 pieces)||$3.49|
|Cheesy Nuggets (8 pieces)||$5.79|
|Wings (2 pieces)||$3.00|
|Wings (6 pieces)||$8.00|
|Red's Dippas Box (4 wings, 6 cheesy nuggets, 10 potato bites, 2 sauces)||$10.95|
|One Main (drumstick, cheeseburger, or 3 nuggets)|
|One Side (reg. peas or sml. chips)|
|One Drink (250ml water or pop top)|
Any combination of the above will be $4.99.
|Apple Bites (4 pieces)||$2.19|
|Cookies & Cream Cheesecake||$2.99|
Disclaimer: The above prices should be used as a guide only. We are not affiliated with the Red Rooster brand in any way.
- 16 March 2019 – Red Rooster has finally added a new spicy burger to their menu – The Hellfire. It comes in medium, mild, and hot.
- 22 February 2019 – Removed Good Stuff share pack from menu.
- 14 February 2019 – Removed Buttermilk Popcorn bites from menu.
- 28 January 2019 – Added new Crispy Onions Rings to sides menu.
- 4 January 2019 – Removed Chicken Mega Box from menu and replaced it with Bacon & Cheese Rippa Mega Box and Flayva Wrap Mega Box.
- 25 December 2018 – Removed variation of peas from some shared family meals.
- 11 November 2018 – Added new special – $2 for large chips to menu.
- 6 October 2018 – New Spicy Jalapeno and BLT Smash wraps added to menu starting from $8.49.
- 4 October 2018 – New Buttermilk Chicken pops added to menu starting from $5.99.
- 20 June 2018 – New menu item – Loaded Large Chips w/ Roast Chicken & Gravy for $5.
[ps2id id=’1′ target=”/]What’s the most popular food on their menu?
Chicken. Chicken. Chicken. If you head into a Red Rooster store, you’ll be hard-pressed to not walk out of there with a belly full of chicken, or hands full with a meal ready to devour.
There’s no doubt that their chicken is, by far, the most popular item on their menu. The 1/4 Chicken & Chips is one of the absolute classic lunch time meals. It’s delicious, fills you up, and doesn’t leave a dent in your wallet.
Speaking of chips, they’re probably second on the top-rated list. No idea how they make them or what seasoning they put on top…but Red Rooster definitely make some of the best chips in Australia (at least for a fast food joint). Almost, almost, coming in on top over KFC’s wonderful chip seasoning.
March 2019 Update: Red Rooster has finally caught up with the times and released a new Spicy Burger to compete with the other fast food giants. Aptly named the Hellfire Burger, you can get it at three different levels – mild, medium, and hot. You can also get the burger in a double patty variation, or share it with a mate in the Hellfire Share Pack.
[ps2id id=’2′ target=”/]How do their family meals compare?
As have McDonald’s with their menu, Red Rooster has made the move into the family meal arena, taking on KFC in what’s going to be an epic battle over the Sunday night fast food family meal.
Red Rooster has quite the upper hand, though, as they’ve been serving up Aussie families their large roast chickens, delicious sides such as peas, roast veggies, roast potatoes, corn on the cob, as we all a family-sized chips bound to satisfy all, from their menu for many of the past years.
If you’re on the hunt to sort out lunch or dinner for the family today, Red Rooster has plenty of options to choose from. From the smallest to the largest families, their shared meals will even satisfy the fussiest of eaters.
With McDonald’s move into the family meal market, Red Rooster has recently taken up advertising on TV once more to boost their sales. Here’s one of their more recent promos:
So what do you think? Is Red Rooster on the menu for your family tonight?
[ps2id id=’3′ target=”/]Red Rooster’s Roots
Originating in the outer skirts of Perth, WA, in a little suburb called Kelmscott, way back in 1972 – surprisingly, Red Rooster wasn’t always called Red Rooster.
The Kailis family, the founder of the now Red Rooster, opened and named the first store, naming it ‘Big Rooster‘. Together, they ran the small fast-food chicken chain for a cool 9 years before selling the business to Myer Emporium (now part of Coles Myer) in 1981.
A short 5 years later and Big Rooster became Red Rooster whilst travelling across the Nullarbor Plains to open their first restaurants on the East Coast.
Following 20 years of solid growth with their juicy fried chicken reaching the mouths of millions of Aussies, Red Rooster was sold to Australian Fast Foods, who also owned competing chicken joint – Chicken Treat.
After a few more sales during the late 2000s, and the Red Rooster chain fetched $450 million in 2011 to be sold to Archer Capital.
Archer manages more than $2 billion in investment funds in Australia. And under the ‘craveable’ brand, own Red Rooster, along with Chicken Treat and Oporto.
Red Rooster currently sits comfortably with 359 stores across the country, with 95% of these locations franchised to local operators.
[ps2id id=’4′ target=”/]Coupons & Discounts
As do a lot of the other restaurants in the fast food industry, Red Rooster regularly sends out coupons and discounts (both on their app and through cuttable coupons in the mail).
As you know, the most popular (and the best) item on their menu is their delicious roast chicken, so it’s safe to say one of their major competitors is the fried chicken counterpart – KFC. As do Red Rooster, KFC has regular promotions and deals running to boost sales. If you’re feeling like KFC instead, click here to check out all their active deals.
Otherwise, we also have a page dedicated to all the current deals on at Red Rooster. It’s packed with a bunch of awesome savings – check it out here grab yourself an awesome promo.
[ps2id id=’5′ target=”/]How can you get in touch with them?
Want to speak to someone at Red Rooster directly? I’d recommend sending them a message on one of their social media accounts:
Unfortunately, they don’t have a national phone number which you can call to ask your questions. If you do want to call them, find the closest store to you (store locator) and then give them a call directly.
[ps2id id=’6′ target=”/]Conclusion
Overall, based on their prices and the wide variety of juicy chicken and other food on their menu – Red Rooster looks to be sticking around for the long term.
Have you tried one of their Flayva Wraps? DELICIOUS! Not to mention at least one person in every group of friends thinks their salted hot chips are the best in the country.
If you have any more questions about the Red Rooster menu or their prices, let me know in the comments below.