A PERTH VOICE PROMOTIONAL FEATURE:
Australia’s favourite roast chicken is now even easier to order.
There is no question that West Australians love Red Rooster.
The iconic Aussie brand that is 100% Australian owned and operated started up in Perth in 1972, with its very first restaurant in Kelmscott built and
opened by well-known WA businessman Peter Kailis.
Over 45 years later the newest Red Rooster restaurant has opened in Northbridge, taking the total number of restaurants in the state to over sixty.
WA is one of Red Rooster’s biggest markets with the brand currently employing around 2500 West Australians and extending from Kalgoorlie to Peppermint Grove and from downtown Perth to Bull Creek and Beachboro.
This latest restaurant is in the heritage listed Chung Wah Association building in James Street, Northbridge.
The restaurant design is contemporary and the menu features everyone’s favourite roast chicken, along with the usual and much-loved sides, wraps, snacks and burgers.
At the helm is franchise partner Jo Lee. Jo is an amazing businessman and family man who also runs the Red Rooster restaurants in Rivervale and Warwick. He has given jobs to around 100 locals and is committed to making a difference in his community. He has a great history with the brand and is a successful businessman in his own right.
Originally from Malaysia, Jo moved to Melbourne to study IT before becoming a proud Perth resident in 2005 and moving into real estate sales. Then, a decade ago, Jo sold a house to a Red Rooster manager that changed the course of his life. Now Jo is the proud owner of three Red Rooster restaurants!
Jo says that more than anything he is looking forward to being part of the James Street community.
The locals have warmly welcomed him in the first few weeks of trading and they have already served some great regular customers.
Red Rooster Northbridge is at 128B James Street, Northbridge and is open 7 days for lunch and dinner, and until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays. Delivery available.