Fullhouse @ NZX

20 02 2010

It has been quite sometime since I visited Fullhouse at NZX. Apparently, this is the only surviving shop in the dilapidated NZX commercial area which is pretty sad considering how lively it was just one year ago.

Anyway it is always a nice experience going to Fullhouse as the place is reminiscent of a house from outside. The Mini car in front of the entrance is a sure crowd puller!

Inside, the interior is decorated like an English house with props such as pigeons, green grasses, potted plants, umbrellas and etc.

The menu is pretty interesting too since it is filled with hand drawn cartoons depicting the various dishes that they served.

I chose the ‘Thomas’ Favourite Meal’ set lunch (RM 16.90) which comes with a bowl of Forest Mushroom Soup, Spaghetti Pasta with Turkey Ham, Ice Lemon Tea and a dessert.

The forest mushroom soup comes with minced wild mushrooms which gives a thick texture to the soup.

And here is the Spaghetti with Turkey Ham.

I like the white sauce which has a creamy taste to it.

My colleague ordered ‘Tony’s Favourite Meal’ (RM 18.90) which comes with Oven Roasted Chicken Chop with Daily Vegetable.

In case you are wondering what daily vegetable is, it is actually Bak Choy with slice carrots.

Looks pretty good too.

Lastly, here is the lovely cake for dessert. I really don’t know what it is called but I like it a lot.

Overall, I enjoyed the food there. Combine with the nice ambiance and decorations, dining at Fullhouse is certainly an unique experience.

Fullhouse Lifestyle Store and Cafe
C-G-11, Nui Ze Xui @ Ara Damansara
Pusat Dagangan NZX
No. 2, Jalan PJU 1A/41B
47301 Petaling Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel: 03-78850836

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2 responses

20 02 2010
whats4lunch

Nice photo essay. What camera did you takes this photos with ? Also funny name for a restaurant; it reminds me of the name of an American TV show: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_House

20 02 2010
nigellow

Thanks. Yes, it does reminds me of the Fullhouse sitcom on tv back in the old days too. I am using a Nikon D300.

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