FryDays Bar & Kitchen Moves Into the Old Hi-Fi Bar’s Site in West End

FryDays
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A new late-night Korean fried chicken diner and bar has moved into the old Hi-Fi site on Boundary Street in West End. As its name suggests, FryDays specialises in everything deep-fried — from its specialty chicken wings to the prawns, pork or vegetable dumplings, and cheesy sticks.



FryDays has nine variants of its crispy, drool-worthy fried chicken dripping with flavourful sauces like barbecue, honey, teriyaki, soy or hot chili. Every order of chicken wings has been concocted to complement its vast selection of Korean, Japanese, Chinese and local brews, as well as choices of cocktail drinks and wine. 

The eatery is owned and managed by Sean Hyun and Chef Jo of Tok Tok Korean Cuisine in Sunnybank Hills. With a pretty straightforward menu, picking meals at FryDays is effortless when all you can think about is savouring and enjoying the flavours. 

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Mr Hyun said that the restaurant’s focus will be the chicken but FryDays will also serve seafood pancakes, stir-fried noodles, wraps and noodle soup. 

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The new restaurant opened on 18 Dec 2020 with 150 seats, mostly set outdoors and best for people-watching! Inside, the dining space has a polished look with grey walls and timber. The bar is the centerpiece, where guests place their orders.



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