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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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The regeneration of the area has seen Brewdog, Takk, Friska and Five Guys make the trip to Oxford Road, tapping into the nearby population of university students and staff as well as gig-goers on their way to the Academy.
Thomas Juma Oundo23 September 1976 (aged 27) (Sweden, Friska Viljor)"We were so happy.
Reddit user M1BGshared this picture of a [pounds sterling]5.70 breakfast he bought at Friska cafe while travelling though Luton Airport recently.
As well as Strada Mailbox, other high profile closures in Birmingham this year include Square Pie, Izza Pizza, Cereal Killer Cafe, Rofuto, Turners at 69, Friska and Cheval Blanc.
TAMLYN JONES tamlyn.jones@trinitymirror.com HEALTH food restaurant Friska has closed its outlet on Birmingham's Brindleyplace estate.
Friska, which was founded in Bristol in 2009, was open during the week only and was aimed at the breakfast and lunchtime markets, serving soups, salads and hot wraps, chilli, noodles and porridge.
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HEALTHY fast food chain Friska is opening its first central Manchester site on St Peter's Square.
Friska closed its doors because it cannot compete with 'full service' restaurants in the area, claim bosses.
| |Independent fast food restaurant Friska is to open a second eatery in Birmingham.