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friska

(ˈfrɪʃkɔː)
n
(Music, other) a fast section in the music of a Hungarian folk dance or in a piece of music of this style
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HEALTHY fast food chain Friska is opening its first central Manchester site on St Peter's Square.
com HEALTH food restaurant Friska has closed its outlet on Birmingham's Brindleyplace estate.
Friska closed its doors because it cannot compete with 'full service' restaurants in the area, claim bosses.
Brindleyplace restaurant Friska closes after "struggling to establish itself" and, inset, founders Griff Holland (left) and Ed Brown
Som stjarnan uppa himmelen sa klar" (Swedish); Gustav Hagg, "Varvindar friska, leka och hviska" (Swedish).
Friska (2): Would've loved to attend that casting session.
Support for the Great Business Bake Off was supplied in the form of cakes, chocolates and pies by aspiring bakers at Capita Simmonds, Colliers, TEK Systems and independent fast food outlet Friska, which opened at Eleven Brindleyplace in February this year.
Independent fast food restaurant Friska is to open a second eatery in Birmingham.
Domaredansen," "Som stjarnan uppa himmelen sa klar," "Neckens polska," "Varvindar friska, leka och hviska," "Ack, Varmeland, du skona," "Per Svinaherde.
Independent fast food outlet Friska is opening in Birmingham with a range of fresh, hearty food.
Friska, which will serve soup, burritos and sandwiches, will launch in February at Eleven Brindleyplace and will be the company's first site outside Bristol.
INDEPENDENT fast food chain Friska is opening a new outlet in Birmingham next year.