Red Rooster is an Australian “Chicken” restaurant with few vegan options, especially for an Australian Restaurant.
They do have a few vegan options, nothing spectacular, but you can make a passable vegan meal there in a pinch. Personally I’d get some roasted potatoes, corn without butter, maybe some vegetable medley, and a piece of garlic bread if I had to eat there. I figure it’d be a decent meal.
But if you’re a vegan, or someone looking to see if a Vegan could eat at Red Rooster, it’d be better to go somewhere else (maybe KFC?). Almost anywhere else would probably have more options. Eating at Red Rooster as a vegan is doable though.
Vegan Menu Options at Red Rooster:
- Famous chips
- Garlic bread
- Roast Carrots
- Roast Pumpkin
- Corn (specify no butter)
- Pineapple Fritter
- Sweet Potato Wedges
- Onion Rings
- Country Potatoes
Are Red Rooster Chips Vegan-Friendly?
Yes, Red Rooster’s Chips are 100% Vegan-friendly, as they’re fried in vegetable oil and they don’t do silly things like adding milk/dairy into their crust/seasoning.
Is Red Rooster Gravy Vegan?
No, according to Red Rooster’s Allergen menu their gravy contains both eggs and milk, so it wouldn’t be vegan-friendly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Thankfully, the Famous Chips at Red Rooster do not contain any animal by-products, thus they are vegan.
Unfortunately, their gravy – just like their mashed potatoes – is not vegan, because it contains eggs and milk.
Yes, the Onion Rings at Red Rooster do not contain animal by-products, so we can consider them vegan.
Yes, thankfully the Rooster Pineapple Fritters don’t contain animal products, so they are vegan-friendly.
As far as we know, the hot sauce at Red Rooster is free of animal by-producst, so we consider them vegan. Make sure to check the allergen statement at your local restaurant!