Midwest Living Review
Rotisserie chicken is the star of the show at Redrock Canyon Grill, and with good reason. Servings are big, succulent, wonderfully seasoned, and accompanied by creamy red-skin mashed potatoes and sweet glazed carrots ($16). If you want a little more variety, order the Cluck-n-Moo ($28)—rotisserie chicken and beef tenderloin—or the Cluck-n-Oink ($18) with chicken and St. Louis ribs. Recommended by our server, the Nice Little house salad ($5) was also good, with cheese, shredded carrots, tomatoes, flavorful croutons and a zesty dressing.
The restaurant gets busy, even on weeknights, but servers manage admirably and come by just enough to be helpful and not overly solicitous. The chicken is without a doubt the most popular dish, but Redrock has a variety of other entrees as well, including Persimmon Hill meat loaf ($14), a steak and enchilada platter ($20), and smoked North Coast salmon ($19). Large portions guarantee many diners will be asking for to-go boxes, decorated with what appear to be handmade drawings. Cute!
The Tulsa location is in a suburban shopping plaza overlooking the Arkansas River, though you can’t see it unless you ask for a seat at the back of the restaurant. Redrock Canyon Grill operates additional eateries in Oklahoma City and Wichita, Kansas.