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- Restaurants, Takeaway / Fast Food
- Pay & Display, Pay, Free On-Street, Free Off-Street
- Price Range:
- Cheap, Under $15
- Good For Groups:
- Good For Children:
- Spirits, Wine, Beer, Cocktails
- BYO, Corkage Charge
- Takes Reservations:
- Dietary Restrictions:
- Vegan, Vegetarian
- Meals Served:
- Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
- Payment Types:
- Seating For:
Reviews for Full House Korean Restaurant
by Nicole C.
1st September 2013
My friend and I decided to go for a try. We ordered 2 soups. The soup tasted just like water, with no flavour at all.
23rd August 2013
Food was average, I’ve definitely had better Korean bbq with more quantity for less expense. The service on the other hand is something else. I actually created an account on MenuMania just to share my experience with the horrible service i’ve had here.
I’ve visited this place two times and both times was met with a woman who could not seem to mask the obvious contempt she had for our group. I actually caught her rolling her eyes when we told her the service button on our table was broken.
The second time I visited here was with a group of 8. We were immediately met with the same woman telling us there was not enough room for us. Even after telling her we would be fine to split the group into 2 groups of 4 she told us it was impossible even though there was clearly more than four tables available.
Never will I ever eat here again, nor would I ever recommend it.
19th July 2013
My friend and I decided to go to try it out. I chose the BBQ Pork, thinking it wouldn’t be spicy. It was slightly but I didn’t mind so much. It wasn’t a very big dish for what I paid as other korean restaurants give you a lot more for slightly cheaper. The side dishes were okay but I was hoping to have the sweet potato but they didn’t have it. We also had some dumplings which were average.
by Yusoff K.
6th March 2013
Rang in the afternoon to make a reservation for 9 people at 8pm.
I got a lady on the other line saying if I can make it any earlier as they are closing at 9:30pm. She even say that 8pm reservation is a little bit to late.
Are they serious?
Why do you guys put closing hours as 10pm if you going to turn down 9 potential customer.
Such a let down.
I will never recommend this place nor attempt to try again.
by Allan F.
3rd December 2012
best thing about the place is the friendly owner. food is also great tasting and good price
20th June 2012
Prices are very decent, prompt service and quality of food there always very good.
Casual place with button at table to press for service just in case.
I recommend trying the korean sweet wine, I think it is the raspberry or blackberry wine.
It pairs well with beef bulgogi.
by Jennifer H.
3rd April 2012
Best Korean restaurant ever. Literally, the one and only restaurant I’m willing to revisit over and over again. It’s a quaint little place with great dishes (try BBQ pork or beef, bibimbap in the hot stone bowl, kimchi stew) and great tasting side dishes you can always refill. A great place to eat on the cheap as most dishes are under $15 and it definitely fills you up. Be sure to avoid lunch rush as they do get busy between 1-3pm. Wait times are a bit long depending on how busy they are, but the food is definitely worth the wait!~
12th March 2012
Yum! Delicious food and great prices. Service is pretty slow, but definitely worth the wait.
8th July 2011
Stir fried beef or chicken with rice and sweet potato side dish are my favorite! Friendly owner and staff!
5th February 2011
This place is a quaint little treasure. The food is beautiful and good value for money. If you’ve never eaten here, try the BBQ beef – a very popular dish in my circles. Wonderful service, and a great range of Asian beer, you won’t be disappointed.
29th July 2010
Love the pork bone soup there, there were not many pieces of bone but all of them are rib rather than BONE! The taste of soup was not as hot as what Korean food normally would be,yet still authentic. Also, remember to refill the complimentary home made marinated peanut, So good with Soju. Love the hostess of full house. A traditional, most friendly tiny Korean lady, always has a warm smile on her face.
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