This quaintly named restaurant sits on the strip on Pitt Street now known as K-Town, the Korean equivalent of nearby Chinatown. The restaurant's name actually comes from a Korean gangster movie called Friend, posters for which you'll find around the room. The menu has no shortage of hot and hearty dishes, including deep fried chicken wings, potato noodles and spicy chicken with cheese sauce, all accompanied by the traditional complimentary sides found in most Korean restaurants, like kimchee and mung bean jelly. But if you're feeling particularly adventurous, try the silkworm pupae soup - these sizzling critters are quite the delicacy.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 08:00 AM to 01:00 AM
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard
- Takeout Available: Yes
- Nearest Train: Museum