Fullhouse is a casual and trendy place where you and your friends can unwind, drink and dine in a perfect home atmosphere while we spoil you with our service and tantalize your taste buds with a comprehensive selection array of scrumptious Western fusion cuisine.
Fullhouse Theme Cafe Hot
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 6 user(s)
I felt like a princess
This is a restaurant that I would definitely recommend because I had a really great experience although I have only been here once.
I was there for my friend's birthday celebration and it went on pretty well. The food was commendable, ambience was exceptionally good and I felt like a little princess being served well. The service staffs' uniforms were in a really cute design of a servant and they were all really friendly and approachable.
I love the theme of this restaurant as it was designed like a house, full of everything, like a perfect house! That's why its called Fullhouse I guess! Even their menu is really cute too because there were cartoons on it and I felt like I was reading a story book of dishes!
However, the only bad thing was that it was expensive for us, students. It costed about $30 for each of us (we were shocked to see the total bill at first!). Other than that, it was really enjoyable and I would still visit when I have more to spend!
I really like this place and would definitely go again
I totally love this cafe because of the ambience and the pretty photos you can take there. Many blogshops even feature their models at the cafe pretty features such as the water fountain and the colourful retro car.
The set meal I ordered was value for money at a price of around $15 with a huge jug of lemon tea and soup of the day and the main course. Sadly, due to an event held that very day, I was unable to explore the other rooms of the cafe.
It was a pleasant experience altogether because the food was not bad and at an affordable price range with a quiet and pleasant ambience. I would definitely go again and must definitely view the other rooms such as the living room!
The theme of the restaurant reminded me of the Korean Drama with its interior decor that was made to look like a house. (A grand one though!) It is white themed - furniture is mostly white, has a garden, big umbrellas and even a wishing fountain!
I went to this restaurant recently with 2 other friends and we talked under the big umbrella "al-fresco" style though we were kind of indoors. Though packed, it was not noisy as we were outside the main restaurant and Hotel Rendezvous was quite quiet. Loved the interior design of the place!
Food wise, I had the salmon which was not bad. A unique thing about this place is that they serve both western and asian food. A great selection I must say!
I want to have a house like this...
I would say the most distinguishing feature of this café would be its interior design. It is indeed one of the most beautiful cafes I have ever stepped into. If you are looking for a place to host parties, or just for a casual dinner with your friends, Full House Cafe would definitely be a great choice. (FYI, they host birthday parties at $50 per pax!)
Food served is rather decent. I have always liked their Smoked Salmon Sandwich served with fries (alternatively, you could change the sides to mashed potato). The slices of smoked salmon are thin, well-marinated and served in generous portions with mayonnaise dressing. Do note that it may be a bit on the salty side for the health conscious. The chicken cutlet, however, was rather disappointing because it was full of bones and rather oily.
Service is rather efficient. Even at the dinnertime when all the tables were occupied, dishes were served within 15-20mins from the time we ordered. Staff is friendly and accommodating. If you are looking to celebrate your friend’s birthday at the café, you could order a cake and request for a personal message to be written on the plate on which the cake is served. (in chocolate cream!) Last but not least, I’d like to praise and express my gratitude to the staff in the café for their honesty. I misplaced my purse and handphone twice at the café, but on both occasions, they were being returned to me by the staff. Thank you so much :)
Fairy tale decor.
Full house theme cafe has a great concept with a touch of black and white, fairy tale-like dining room with comfortable sofas and seats for the diners. I was very pleased with the cool and stylish decor and the 'atas' ambience. The service staffs are also very friendly and bubbly.
As the starter, I ordered mushroom soup and a great serving of salmon salad. The portion of the mushroom soup is not too large and to me, is just nice for a starter. It is like a cup size and is a decent mushroom soup. However, it is quite costly, around $7 per cup. As for the salmon salad, I would say this is a great and unique innovation. The salmon salad comes in a huge serving, with thick and big piece of salmon on top of the fresh salad vegetables and slices of mangoes. It has got the right combination of sweet and slightly sour taste that comes from the salad dressings.
As for my main course, I had the most delicious serving of pan seared dory fish with green vegetable at the side. The garnishing is great with a slight touch of lemongrass sauce. The fish is really tender and juicy. I spent about $40-$50 per person. This restaurant is great for fine dining, family gathering and celebration dinners.
A Life-Size Dollhouse!
I visited Fullhouse Themed Cafe to celebrate a friend's birthday, and I must say, I am very much in love with the whole concept of the place! The theme of the cafe is a house - with different sections as different 'rooms' for distinct functions and celebrations.
Be welcomed by a fountain in the courtyard as you step into their grounds, where you can enjoy 'alfresco' dining if you please. If not, you can occupy one of the tables in the living room, beautifully furnished with victorian vintage wallpapers, lamps and quirky items. If you prefer a more private surrounding, have dinner in one of the study rooms for small groups. If you have a function, they also have a huge room with a number of tables in the Entertainment Room you could utilize. Looking for some shopping? Check out the bedroom with a huge wardrobe!
Fullhouse is definitely one of a kind. We spent more time exploring the place and taking pictures than actually sitting down and enjoying the meal. Speaking of meals, we visited the place during lunchtime and got to enjoy the set lunches, which came with an ice lemon tea, a main and a soup of the day! The soup of the day was Cream of Potato and Onion on the day we visited, and it was amazingly good. It is definitely different from the other soups of the days outside - this was thick and mash potato-ish, you can totally tell they did not scrimp on the ingredients making it!
While some of my friends had the Spaghetti Pasta with Turkey Ham and Mushroom Cream, I had the Wok-Sear Chicken Chop with Daily Vegetables. My chicken chop was pretty good, a bit charred but still nice nonetheless. It would have been better if they were more generous with the pepper sauce. My friends' spaghetti was really tasty, I tried a few mouthful and practically swooned. I'm definitely going to have their pasta the next time I visit the place! The portions were huge too. We were filled up quickly with the thick soup and barely managed to finish our mains. On top of the set meals, we also shared a side of calamaris, which were big and crunchy as well.
All-in-all, I recommend a visit to the place, especially if you are into a quaint and different type of dining experience. We went during the day and the place was practically empty. If you are one who prefer a quiet meal - afternoon would be a choice time to visit the place. The beautiful place will put a smile on anyone's face, and satisfy a hungry stomach at the same time. I'll definitely be back!