Frying Colours is located on Macaulay Road in Kensington, just a few blocks from the train station. We were led outside our normal Melbourne paddock by our good friend Miss Cruck who had heard they served a golden Fried Chicken that we had to savour.
We were a group of 6, so we enjoyed plenty of dishes from the cute little menu which was laid out by type of animal but that still packed more options than we could try in one sitting.
The kimchi was served in little jars and not as spicy as we’d hoped. The dumplings were served up hot and fresh, a tasty pre-chicken morsel. The grilled meats were ok, the Super Spicy Cheesy Chicken Sizzle was addictive, but the Fried Chicken stole the show.
We ordered one plain and one sweet & spicy. Can you guess which one the Chick preferred?
The fried chicken even came with a bucket; for the bones of course! The pieces were small, but not as small as some other Korean style we’d had. Hollywood found the quality of chicken good and they were fresh however lacked a bit of spices. The Chick found them to be more meaty than what she expected. Both Hollywood, The Chick & Co all agreed that the spicy sauce was phenomenal
Overall, Frying Colors is a good place to get some crispy cluckers if you’re around that area
Hollywood’s Rating: 7/10
The Chick’s Rating: 8/10