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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.
Very nice Korean fusion food with chic decor and ambiance. Do consider sharing for variety, as some mains portions are big. Besides, Asian foods are communal. The KFC (Korean Fried Chicken is a popular dish.
Food was great, especially spicy fried chicken and so was the beer. Nice ambiance and great service as well. Would definitely visit again in the future
The food was perfectly cooked and well presented. Totally enjoyable lunchtime experience and would recommend to anyone who enjoys Korean food. First time experience and would certainly return
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.
Seeing all the negative reviews recently I was hesitant, but Frying Colours pleasantly surprised me. We were doing a Saturday lunch and the food was great, service was also great and friendly. Thanks Frying Colours.
I had heard great reviews about Frying Colours. The waitress did not have a lot of knowledge about the menu. The original Fried Chicken was delicious and I recommend for anyone eating here to try it. The lamb ribs were disappointing as they were a little dry and needed to be served with a sauce. The dumplings were very nice also. The ambience of the restaurant was good but didn't meet my expectations based on recommendations I had received.
The food was good but the staff were useless. They not clue what was going on, no communication. A waitress asked me for my drink order but there was no drinks menu to be seen, and when she went to go look for one, she said there was only one and she could not find it; this is rather difficult if you are trying to order a glass of red. Then a waiter asked me again, what drink I wanted to drink from the menu... this is lack of communication. Our food & drink menu has pages missing from it, so we couldn't order anything as the mains were missing. We asked for another menu and it was the same problem, every menu had a different page missing. So we then had to rely on the waiters 'knowledge' of the menu.. which was interesting. When our food arrived it was wrong, we asked for spicy chicken but received the original chicken, we told them but said we do not want to swap because we were hungry enough. They still charged us for it too and offer us some spicy sauce with the wings and we also got charged for that. The service was poor but the food was good (slightly over priced), so its not a great combination. Shame, I was really looking forward to this place.
Tried Frying Colours for lunch using a Scoopon. Our family of 5 chose 6 dishes. Eggplant skewers, lamb ribs, and fried chicken were the best. The restaurant was pleasant and the staff friendly.
The staff were very friendly however the rice was bought out cold, the calamari was quite small for the price and the meat platter was also just warm on coming to the table. The food was very nice albeit not hot. Not once in the entire experience did a staff member come to check that our meal was ok or ask how it was at the end. This was disappointing given there was only one other table with customers. The restaurant has some potential however prices are high and cold albeit it was good quality.