Frying Colours

Closed Permanently

Frying Colours

Closed Permanently

520 Macauley Road Kensington
(03) 9939 9679

Head chef Min Hui Lee and restaurant manager Adam Gibson want to stir things up in Kensington, hoping the suburb will become a destination for a night out. With a strong set of cafes already nearby, the pair’s idea for a fun Korean eatery makes great sense.

Frying Colours presents authentic, traditional Korean cuisine, with a few deviations here and there. Meat-eaters can make a beeline for the FC fried chicken (in original, spicy or sweet soy) or the bulgogi burger. There are a handful of options for vegetarians including an eggplant salad and classic bibimbap. The homemade kimchi, which goes through a three-month fermentation process, is something Frying Colours is proud of.

Frying Colours has a great selection of booze covered too. Lee has selected a wine list with local wines, and for soju lovers, the Korean distilled white spirit is served straight, or in Frying Colours’ take on a gin and tonic. With a happy, buzzing atmosphere, Frying Colours is already proving a popular resident to the neighbourhood.

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Features

  • notable wine list
  • Korean