5 restaurants you’ll know and love with RSPCA Approved on the menu


Need an excuse to ditch the kitchen but still want to know that what you’re eating has been farmed humanely? Here are five restaurants passionate about sourcing ethically – and by getting behind them you’ll be supporting their efforts to improve farm animal welfare. Sounds pretty good to us!

Gami Chicken & Beer
Gami Chicken & Beer is all about sharing the love of Korean fried chicken. And how could you not when they use 100% RSPCA Approved chicken? Grab some friends and get a bit messy enjoying fried chicken knowing that it’s come from a good place!

Grill’d Healthy Burgers
Who doesn’t love a good burger especially when it’s made with love? Grill’d has always used cage-free eggs, they source 100% RSPCA Approved chicken for their burgers and salads and RSPCA Approved pork for all their specialty pork belly burgers– checkout their latest edition! And in case you needed more – when you dine at Grill’d you can also support initiatives that matter locally.

Nando’s
Nando’s has always been well-known for their flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken and this famous chicken is 100% RSPCA Approved. Nando’s also proudly uses cage-free eggs – these folks are seriously good eggs.

Zambrero
When it comes to running an ethical business, Zambrero is walking the walk and talking the talk. Their menu is made with the freshest ingredients – including 100% RSPCA Approved chicken. Plus, for every burrito or bowl purchased, a meal is given to someone in need – Zambrero’s Plate4Plate initiative has seen more than 25.5 million meals donated to people across Africa, Asia and the Americas.

Zeus Street Greek
Zeus Street Greek’s The Philosophy of Food is all about the origin’s of their food. Partnering with families who value quality, sustainability and integrity, means they’re proud to use 100% RSPCA Approved chicken on their menu.

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To find out more about the RSPCA Approved Farming Scheme – including information about the RSPCA’s standards and where to find RSPCA Approved products visit rspcaapproved.org.au

2 comments

  1. silvia signore says:

    They still have to kill the animals,they may have a better life,some chickens get killed at just 6 weeks old,all the animals end up at the slaughter house,we need to go vegan if we want to stop the cruelty,this may be a good way to start, but to end the murder of animals we need to stop eating them.Stop buying dairy whether there RSPCA approved or not its a life of misery and torture for them,there babies are taken straight away,the male calves are killled at just weeks old for veal.Stop buying meat should be the message,stop supporting animlas being slaughtered/murdered.

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