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Decent dishes which were quite tasty, and cocktails should be passed as they were overly sweet but somewhat tasteless and pricy. Fried chicken and salads were standouts
No complaints. Served by a beautiful young French lady, only thing better was the food. Makes me miss living back in Kensington, best Korean in town.
Food is tasty, authentic Korean flavours..and if rated on that alone, 5/6. One waitress, two kitchen staff, and owner is not enough to service a full restaurant. A couple more servers might mean the food isn't sitting on the counter for 30 minutes before it's served, only to be sent back because it's too cold. Lack of system/order and service really lets FC down and it's so sad because their food is amazing.
Friendly staff, meals came out at sporadically, lovely wine choices, expensive soft drink. Glad to try a local Korean venue with the ladies serving with a smile.
We went to Frying Colours on a Monday night for a birthday. One thing that stood out when we walked in was that there was no aroma of freshly cooked food. There was one person seating/taking orders/serving food and one person cooking. There was three tables occupied, two people on each. We were a group of 5, so all up there weren't many people in the restaurant. Firstly, it took about 10 minutes for the table to be prepared, ie., glasses, plates, cutlery etc. then a few more minutes to be brought menus, which were very hard to read, light print on dark brown paper in dim lighting. Took us a few minutes to decide what we wanted, then called the waiter and ordered. It took about 40 minutes for the food to arrive to the table; acceptable if the place was full, but two of the other tables got up, paid and left in this time. A big put off was when the first person (noted above) carried a huge bag of raw chicken pieces from the front kitchen to the back somewhere; he just carried it through the restaurant. Food: we ordered one each of the fried chicken, which were tender and tasty, although two of the three serves we ordered were just warm, while the third was steaming hot. Eggplant, $9 for two skewers with 4 tiny eggplant triangles on each; the dumplings $15 for 4 golf ball sized dumplings. The mixed grill $49 for half a plate of salad and a few pieces of meat, which were just warm. Very disappointing. The fries, $5 for what looked like the bottom of the frozen chips bag, the fries were all only 1-3 inches long. The wasabislaw was okay. It's one place we will not be going to again.
Nice set up place with opoen kitchen which allows you to see the cooking. Fried chicken and belly pork werereally good while the sweet potato noodle with a good size scotch fillet steak was great.
the fried chicken with honey soy is amazing, a must try! I also tried the mixed grill which was pretty good. My favourite was the pork belly
Food took over an hour to come. We ended up cancelling some of the order because we just wanted to leave. Charged us full price for a bottle of sparkling wine that was listed on the menu as a french wine but was actually Yellowglen - a much cheaper alternative. I've had an upset stomach this morning. Never going back.
Nice relaxed atmosphere. Great place to catch up with friends. Very extensive drinks menu. The fried chicken was very nice and reasonably priced as well.
I would recommend this restaurant to my friends! Service was good, food was fresh and delicious. Will definitely visit this restaurant again in the future!