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Full House Seafood Restaurant
Posted by Lee on 01/09/2014
You definitely don't get what you pay for. Even the simplest of dishes are not done well. The food did not taste well and the order was wrong. They will not correct the order even if they made it incorrectly. I do not recommend, it spoiled my appetite and would rather eat somewhere else.
Posted by Mike on 06/24/2012
Food was average too much salt on spicy squid w/ salt.
Posted by Maria C. on 07/08/2010
i have been dining at full house for 16 years. My now husband took me for our first date and have come back ever since. My husband and i have dinner once a week. We introduce this restaurant to all our friends and relatives and from the youngest to oldest i could say is our favorite restaurant.
Posted by onvactn on 07/04/2010
I used to come to Full House when I was in college, after going out with my friends. Food is great. Love the crispy pan fried noodles with shrimp & Chinese broccoli and deep fried salted shrimp. Food is always delicious. Service is not as good as it could be, but the food makes up for it. Now I live in FL, when I come to L.A., it's always a necessary stop.
Posted by Darlene on 08/27/2009
I've been dining at FullHouse for the last 10 years...this place is always packed..especially during holidays. Their deep fried squid are the best...not salty at all. Their food are always fresh. All my relatives and friends loves this restaurant. Parking on the street is always packed so I guess parking next to Empress Pavillion (across the street). Full House validates the ticket so parking is free...don't park on the parking lot next to full house...they do charge a lot!
Posted by Michelle Denise on 11/05/2008
I've driven by this restaurant for too many years and one day just pulled up to the curb and walked-in. Requested a favorite meal that I usually fly to San Francisco for "Ginger Crab" and to my surprise they produce and fresh live crab, then cooked with ginger and green onions. I like the fact the dish was not heavy on the cornstarch like some LA restaurants. I didn't like that after paying $27 for the dish, they charged me an additional $1 for the rice. Otherwise I absolutely loved my dish. I'll be stopping by more often and trying other items on the menu.
Posted by LA Belvedere on 12/15/2007
My partner and I recently relocated to LA from NYC. We live Downtown, and try to get more familiar with the neighborhood each weekend by eating at different restaurants. He passes the restaurant each night on the way home from work, and suggested we check it out. It didn't look like much, so I was initially doubtful. We went in, ordered...comfortable atmosphere...and enjoyed a really great meal at an incredible price. Food was tasty and fresh, service was at standard, and all in all it was a great experience. I have to suggest the pork fried rice, salty shrimp, and wonton soup.