Fries’ pharmacy will open in the heart of Sydney on Friday after more than two years of planning

Fry’s will open its first location in the CBD at the end of the month after more two years’ planning and more than $1.5 million in renovations.

The fast-food chain, which started with just one store in Sydney in 2015, now has two outlets in Sydney and the Sydney CBD.

It will be open on Fridays from 7am to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm.

The Fry’s branch at Kings Cross Station will open from 6am to 6pm on Saturdays.

Mr Fries said the company had taken a year to complete the upgrades.

He said the plan was to make it a place where people would want to go.

“We’ve been looking at Sydney for the past six or seven years and we’re looking to do a lot more,” he said.

The Fry has opened its first branch in Sydney, the heartland of the city’s food scene. “

They like the vibrancy and the openness and the variety of food and drink.”

The Fry has opened its first branch in Sydney, the heartland of the city’s food scene.

Mr Fry said he was delighted to see the opening of the Fry’s pharmacy in the city, which had been on the cards for years.

“It’s really a big step forward for us in terms of our location and we are thrilled about that,” he told the ABC.

Mr Fisher said the pharmacy would be open at all times but the Fry will only be open from 10.30am to 4pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

“The Fry’s is going to be a hub for our local and regional food scene,” he added.

“Food is so popular in Sydney that we are planning to open up a branch here.”