A fry up is perhaps an English term, but it is well embraced in Australia. We like a good fry up but tend to avoid them as all that fat laden meat is not good for you. Is a mixed grill Australian? A lamb chop, a beef steak, and a sausage of dubious merit. Better whack in some bacon too. There must be something in the pan to offend every religion.
I am salivating at the thought, even though I have never had a mixed grill.
A fry up is a very basic meal and we in the Highrise fry rarely. But when we do, we have a marvellous fry pan that has served us well for many years and cost $6 at a camping shop. It is so well seasoned that little oil is needed. It never sees soap suds, only a wipe out with paper towel.
Our wok is old too and also well seasoned. It came with a ring to support it over a normal gas burner on the stove but the Highrise has a wok burner with the hotplates, and so the supporting ring was chucked years ago.
Our old frypan and wok were very cheap and are not flash, but do the job very well.