Wow! What can I say? Both misterchewy and I are equally excited about relating our very first theme restaurant dining experience at Fullhouse Singapore Lifestyle Store and Cafe! With its grand opening that occurred as recent as mid April, Fullhouse is Singapore’s latest theme restaurant that has attracted many locals and created quite a buzz at the same time!
There were a couple of occasions when we would skip down the streets of Orchard Road hand in hand and pass by this colorful restaurant but we never went in because we already have other plans.
Just a couple of days ago, after watching The Avengers in 3D at Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, it was time for dinner and we were thinking.. Should we? Yes we should! So dinner at Fullhouse it was!
When I first heard of the name “Fullhouse”, popular Korean drama starring Rain and Song Hye Kyo immediately came to mind! As you will see in the many pictures to come, Fullhouse is designed to look like a house! Duh, yes I know but this one’s totally awesome! Let me bring you on a mini tour. You’ll see!
Daddy Thomas, Mummy Tracy, children Tiffani and Tony, as well as pet dog Toy make up the Fullhouse family! If you’re serious about this, you should grab one of these maps at the counter!
Tadah! We have the very cosy and spacious Living Room! I love the colorful family portraits that are hung up on the wall. Ok la, I love everything about this ‘living room’, in particular the warm feeling that it brings!
Keen to see how the Master Bedroom looks like? I reckon it’s every girl’s dream come true! The bedroom is a walk in wardrobe, and so much more!
Psst.. Most of the items in the bedroom are for sale! You can even try the clothes on in the fitting room
Are you Goldilocks? If you’re not, then you better don’t be like the three naughty bears and anyhow sleep on people’s bed ah! LOL.
Wheeeee! Now this, ladies and gentlemen, is the Balcony! I must say that this is very lovely! Well, the green ‘grass’ can only make me think of playing golf. LOL.
Actually, there are Entertainment Room and Study Rooms which we did not manage to cover in this post because those rooms are meant for events and private dining. There was a birthday celebrating going on in one of the rooms so I suppose this place is pretty well sought after!
Ok let’s get back to our dinner!
We ordered an appetizer, the Salmon Salad ($16.90) to share. On the plate was three thick slices of smoked salmon with sliced fresh mango and salad. The salmon slices were very firm and fleshy and I really liked the intensive smoked taste. Hubby Chewy let me have two slices but two were never enough He doesn’t usually eat mangoes but he ate most of it anyway. It was more sweet than sourish so I guess that was the reason
I wanted something sweet, yet ummm healthy at the same time so I chose the Korean Jujube Tea ($3.90). It’s essentially sweetened tea syrup containing jujube fruits or red dates. There were some red dates peelings which I was able to chew on at the bottom of my glass. Quite a sweet and refreshing drink that I would recommend
Fullhouse’s menu is quite extensive and I went “I want this.. No wait I think I want this..” before finally deciding on the Pan Sear Dory Fish ($16.90). It wasn’t such a bad choice except that the sight of siew pak choy (xiao bai cai) totally put me off. I love my greens but this is the only vegetable that I detest. However, I gamely finished the two fat pieces of siew pak choy because I don’t like to waste food. Apart from that, the fish was above my expectations. I would say that the lemongrass cream was fantastic and enhanced the taste and texture of the fish.
Hubby Chewy also has a sweet tooth just like me, which is why we fell for each other. Because we are incredibly sweet! LOL kidding! Ok la which is why he ordered the Honeydew Milkshake ($7.90). He liked it a lot but honestly, I think it’s like a more atas version of a bubble tea.
The husband had the Wasabi Fish and Wedges ($16.90). He claimed that the deep fried fish fillet was pretty tasteless and the wasabi dip salvaged things a little, although it did not provide much of a kick.
While we were sipping our drinks, I took a closer look at the menu.
There’s a comic section on the last few pages. Really cool stuff! I guess it’s a way for to keep diners entertained while waiting for their food to be served.
This vintage Aston Martin Mini Cooper Classic is parked at the Car Porch and no visit to Fullhouse is complete without having your photos taken with this colorful baby!
Hubby Chewy and I would certainly recommend Fullhouse Lifestyle Store and Cafe to all dating, courting and married couples! Of course, it’s also great for girly meetups! Enjoy your sweet date and take lotsa photos! <3
Fullhouse Lifestyle Store and Cafe
9 Bras Basah Road
Tel: 6336 6328
11.30am – 3pm (Lunch)
5.30pm – 9.30pm (Dinner)