Red Rooster trials delivery
Red Rooster will begin a trial delivery partnership with online takeaway and food delivery website, Menulog, this month.
The trial will begin at the Baulkham Hills Red Rooster in Sydney on July 28, with the delivery service extending to surrounding suburbs including Castle Hill, and Bella Vista.
Rob Bond, project manager of the Red Rooster delivery project, said there has been a lot of customer feedback asking for a delivery option.
“We’re offering a service driven by convenience and value, a quick and easy way to feed the whole family,” he said.
The Red Rooster trial is aimed at saving time for existing customers while reaching new customers who are currently unable to access a store.
The delivery menu offers the same items available instore. All meals will be made to order on premises and the chain has conducted testing to ensure that food will be fresh when delivered.
“Red Rooster has taken care to spend a lot of time on food validation testing,” said Bond.
“Food quality, visual appeal, taste, and how our packaging holds up, it’s all been extensively tested.”
Menulog, which is currently partnered with more than 3500 restaurants in Australia, will handle Red Rooster’s online ordering.
It’s not the first time Menulog has partnered with a large fast food chain: a trial for McDonald’s delivery got underway at the North Parramatta store in November 2013.
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