About Chicken Treat
Chicken Treat is a proudly Western Australian based chicken fast food franchise.
The Chicken Treat story, along with that of its owners, Australian Fast Foods, is a classic Western Australian success story. From humble beginnings in Perth in 1974, Chicken Treat has grown into one of the West's largest fast food chains. And, the secret to this success is really no secret at all. You simply produce high quality, great value chicken meals based on a unique 'Rotisserie Barbeque' cooking method which produces the best tasting, moistest, most succulent chicken on the planet! Partner that with a range of delicious sides, innovative and tasty chicken burgers; and fresh rolls and wraps and not surprisingly, West Australians just love it.
It may sound simple now, but the incredible growth of Chicken Treat was no easy ride. Its success today is thanks largely to the vision and hard work of two Italian families. In 1974, Frank Romano started Chicken Treat in Western Australia, introducing the public to a more 'Mediterranean' method of cooking and seasoning chicken. With the help of his brother Joe, this single shop grew quickly to 39; and by 1988 Chicken Treat had become Western Australia's leading Fast Food group.
At the same time, on the other side of the country, Nick and Phil Tana founded and rapidly grew the Big Rooster Chain into a major force in the Fast Food industry. In 1989, these two groups joined forces to form Australian Fast Foods Pty Ltd (AFF) and continued to market and develop the Chicken Treat brand“ focusing on Western Australia.
The Chicken Treat brand now has over sixty stores throughout Western Australia, from as far as north as Kununurra and as far south as Albany. The brand serves over six million customers each year, and turns over more than fifty million dollars annually. The team at Chicken Treat work hard to build and maintain strong relationships with key suppliers, ensuring a consistently high level of quality and consequently, customer satisfaction.
This web page does not constitute a franchise offering or an offer to sell a franchise. A franchise offering can be made by us only in a state if we are first registered, excluded, exempted or otherwise qualified to offer franchises in that state, and only if we provide you with an appropriate franchise disclosure document.