I’ve always been a fan of Full House. I mean I grew up with DJ, Stephanie and Michelle….oh wait not that Full House ;). Hehe, with a similar name to my favorite TV show when I was a kid, you may say I’m a bit bias to loving Full House BBQ in Vegas but I actually quite a fan of this Filipino restaurant with no association to the sitcom.
I had the pleasure of dining here recently and truly loved each and every dish that I tried. The menu is large and they offer classic Filipino dishes as well as fusion ones.
For my trip here, the first dish that we tried was their Fire Roasted Crispy Pork belly.
At Full House, they offer 1 pound of this Lechon Belly! It’s a classic favorite and they offer plenty.
Next dish was another crispy plate via the Sisig Milkfish.
Full House offers several sisig sizzling plates. They have sisig pork belly, beef sirloin, chicken, and milkfish. Each dish comes with red, green peppers, onions, lime, soy, mayonnaise and fresh egg.
We also were served another sizzling dish via their beef sirloin.
This pinoy bistek was my personal favorite of the whole trip. It consisted of board cracked peppercorn, onions and calamnsi soy glaze. I loved the sauce and it went well with the white rice. It was so savory.
For our soup, we tried their “sinigang” tamarind sour soup.
This soup comes with choice or pork ribs or pompano fish and a blend of vegetables. The broth of this hotpot was so hearty. It had the perfect hint of sourness and made for a great soup.
Last but not least, we got to try their famous Flaming Halo Halo.
This halo halo dish was lit! Literally lit! As Uncle Jesse of Full House (the TV sitcom) would say, “Have Mercy!” This halo halo was hot! It was served with a live flame. It was not only unique but delicious as well. It had classic toppings of ube ice cream, jackfruit, leche flan. It was a gigantic dish of deliciousness.
My trip to Full House was one of my favorite dining outings while I was in Vegas. Maraming Salamat Full House!
Now Full House is once again a favorite except this time instead of a tv show, it is restaurant. 🙂
For smiles, please see my Yelp review on Full House BBQ Vegas.