Dining Experience at a Lifestyle Store and Cafe and.. wait, THEY SELL CLOTHES IN RESTAURANT?!

“WHAT!? Fullhouse is at KK already!?”, a friend asked in Twitter.

“I never heard Fullhouse o, very famous one meh?” I replied.

“Their desserts are awesome, and they are every where around KL”

“Ok let’s go tomorrow!”

12 hours later, I am at Fullhouse, with 4 other friends joining me for restaurant review.

I ordered Chicken Burger (set lunch) RM19.90 – Well…. the food looks nice. But the taste is so-so only. Appearance is enticing and attractive, and that’s always a bonus.

“How was it?” they asked. Obviously my lunch set is best looking (and biggest portion).

“Umm, Ramlee burger tastes wayyyy better to be honest ^^; Also double mushroom swiss from Burger King”

“Nothing beats Ramlee burger, period.” they all nodded.

Lisa ordered Salmon Salad RM16.90 – It taste exactly like what you imagined. Smoked salmon, tastes like smoked salmon ^^;

YSLo commented on the mango, “yer why so dark one”. LOL. The only thing that’s worth mentioning is the vegetable, “this tastes good, maybe they are using balsamic vinegar”

HAHAHHA. it’s good because of the vinegar, omg punya lame la you, Lisa!

Lisa also ordered Alfunghi Spaghetti (set lunch) RM16.90.

“Oh gui la…… so dry……….” said Lisa.

“They should pour Man Tai’s “万泰” sauce on it HAHAHAHHAHA” said YSLo.

(note: Man Tai is KK’s famous dish from Beaufort – the dish usually comes with delicious sauce)

YSLo and Hin Ching ordered Chicken Chop (set lunch) RM18.90 – If this dish can only described with one word, it would be ‘salty’.

I would say, ‘tiny’.

We suspected YSLo’s chicken chop was cut into half before serving… and we keep laughing at his dish portion.

“Maybe it was a mistake or left over from previous customer, since your order arrives 3 minutes after order! Hahhahah”

When Hin Ching’s chicken chop arrives..

“BAHAHAHH ALSO SMALL-SMALL ONE!!” all finger pointing at Hin Ching’s dish.

The portion size shown in menu is misleading, but that’s OK. Their staff attitude is nice and friendly, that alone makes the whole experience different and worth the visit.

… high quality staffs are difficult to find, seriously. I am speaking this from personal experience -_-

(I always get complaints for lousy customer service in my shop, so I understand ^^;)

I ordered this also, I think this is the biggest portion of all, Wok-Sear Chicken Chop RM18.90.

How big?

Like this <———————————————————->

And you know what?

This chicken looks exactly like menu!

You see?

It looked 100% exactly the same!


I never see a food photo that takes whole page of menu. Amazing.

Introduce you the 4 ‘kaki’ who joined me for lunch. From top left (clockwise): Lisa, Sunny, YSLo and Hin Ching.

“Uihh lin si! why got wardrobe inside restaurant one!?” I asked.

Obviously I am from kampung, you see. I never seen these kind of concept store. Hahaha.

I only know coffee shop exists inside book store, but not a boutique shop inside a restaurant ^^;  <– sam pah lao

There are even 2 fitting rooms!

YSLo and me wanted to try some of the shirt but obviously it’s only for women. Well, we can still try if we wanted to, unfortunately there’s no size for both of us. Meh. 不好玩了.

“Maybe I can wear this ohhh, lin seyyy…”

From my observation, the owner must have spent over millions on decorations and renovation. The whole business premise has taken 4 shop lots some more (!).


Monthly rent can almost buy a Toyota Vios, in cash. lol.

I also heard that Fullhouse allows customers to take wedding photos in the restaurant premises. Is that true?

Total damage done RM110.20

Price is fair – given the friendly staff and excellent environment.

Don’t expect too much from the food, though ;) I was told that all Fullhouse’s food are nothing worth mentioning. #somolin

Fullhouse menu is a little magazine – besides the usual food pictures, it also includes fashion, lifestyle, photos of ambassadors and past events.

“Can I order this?”, the waiter didn’t give me a fuck. Hahahaa.

Imagine you can order the lady for lunch………. #somethingtoponder

*I expect to have desserts, but… not desserts in sight :(

G7 & 1-10
Suria Sabah Shopping Mall
Lot 1, Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

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  1. MasLight says

    Nice concept good for photoshoot but y the fewd sound not so great one.  orz.  ei u tried seven sea before?

  2. MimiNR says

    its a chained restaurant, i dun think the owner cares whether or not the montly rent can buy a vios, just look at the amount u paid. imagine 10 come in an hour so they earn quite a lot. theres another kl restaurant like this – the gardens in mid valley. lol the place is beautiful..really is but the food……………….is T.T i think maggi curry tastes better. even the drink is so bad. bad. bad. my homemade bandung tastes better. hmm. I hope KK will hv more quality food and halal too :)

    • ahbing says

       @MimiNR HAHAHHAHA I agree with the drinks! I wanted to post the most delicious beverage we ordered that day – a can of Sprite ^^;
      There are plenty other places that opened Fullhouse. If all of them belongs to same owner, then the rent is reasonable. But if this is franchise, the monthly rent bukan main main. Yet again, that’s speaking from my own experience.
      Fullhouse is certified halal, no?

      • MimiNR says

         @ahbing i don’t think so…did u see JAKIM halal sign there? haha.  anyways, cant wait to try ur zenQ :)

      • ahbing says

         @MimiNR Didn’t pay attention to any Jakim signs unfortunately :(
        AHHHHH now I remember, they serve draught beers. So.. no HALAL. 

  3. Melthefoodaddict says

    i love the concept of the restaurant but unfortunately i would have to agree with you on the food quality. it would be great if they could work on the food. 

    • ahbing says

       @Melthefoodaddict  Only if every restaurant can operate like KFC. Heh. Maintaining good quality food requires lots of work, effort and attention. I admire restauranteurs who pour all effort into one restaurant and making it perfect. It’s difficult to find such place already. I believe Japan still has those restaurants though. Your thoughts? 

    • Melthefoodaddict says

      actually i do think that there are restaurants that emphasise alot on food quality in aussie. i guess the food culture here is quite strong. japan, yes always! haha.

    • ahbing says

       @RED_Von We have plenty of chances to do food review together. But not many restaurants that operates near or inclusive a boutique inside same premise, lol.

  4. charlesalan says

    Good Feedback indeed. Hopefully the owner takes note of the food comments and improved. Successful story of business is in its adaptations for the local needs. And this is free comments from people who love Foods.

    • ahbing says

       @charlesalan You’re speaking words from bottom of my heart! I do hope they get the criticism as a positive one, not something to spoil their business or reputation.

  5. Umchow says

    Is this a franchise type restaurant? Anybody knows who is the owner? Food seem quite pricy and I think I prefer to eat at the market.

    • says


      Your blog so nice o! And I need to put on sun glasses when I look at your fair skin. Zomok so bright one?!

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