Fullfills – House of chimney cones

The FullFills a brand that has some different and interesting concept of presenting the food. The main portrait is chimney cones which are made right Infront of you. The fullfills had its first master franchise in Hyderabad which recently started it’s operation and next place will be Nammo Bengaluru. …

The place is really good well light up and well decorated. The props used were really cute perfectly matching with the ambiance.

Food: Let’s start the food journey


Pomodoro Zupadi: It’s a tomato soup with a slight sweetness with croutons added to it. Creama di Funghi: The Italian soup made of cream and mushroom its one of my favorite soup from the menu we had. Zupadi Broccoli:  It’s a kind of broccoli broth soup mixed with cream and other spices. Mexican chicken soup: Another favorite soup which I liked most as the soup consist of kidney beans chicken chunks slow cooked in Mexican spices served along with in house made nachos.

Masala Garlic Bread: The masala garlic bread loaded with lots of cheese, green capsicum, and red onions. It was seasoned with oregano and chili flakes. Nachos with Chicken & Refried Beans: These nachos are freshly in house made right from the scratch and topped with melted cheese, chicken chunks, and the refried beans (it’s a mashed bean paste which gives smooth and creamy taste to the nachos). The taste and texture of the nachos were really good the best part was refried beans too good. Chicken Cheese Balls: The chicken cheese balls were good and well complimented with the salsa. Creamy Salsa Tostado: It’s a crispy corn tortilla chips topped with shredded lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, and salsa. It was an okayish dish for me and it can be better if some more ingredients were added on more than lettuce and tomatoes as you take a bite it gives watery taste and the tortilla chips become little soggy. Pale Di Potato: Chips made up of potatoes skin. I like it as I have tried a similar kind of dish and it has unveiled some of my childhood memories. Zatar Garlic Bread: Its another variant of the garlic bread with middle eastern spice zatar is being sprinkled on it. Baba Ghanoush: One of my favorite dish from Lebanese cuisine and that is baba ghanoush. The has a very mild smokey flavor which was good and the soft pita bread was the perfect combo. 

Hot Fills:  They have many variants of hot fills but I have tried only three and all of them were delicious. But my vote goes to butter chicken and Jamaican chicken as both of them are my favorite (Favoritism :P) 


BBQ Chicken Pizza: It was perfect thin crust pizza with the outer side crunchy and soft from centered. The Bbq pizza just has only two toppings chicken chunks and red onions they can add few more to it. Fullfills Special Pizza: Is a pure bliss for the vegetarians as it consists lots of veggies topping and was one of the best pizza I have tasted in recently.

Pasta Del Giardino: Italian name for the Italian dish quite a tongue-twisted name to spell out but the taste will easy it as the chicken filled ravioli cooked in a tomato based creamy sauce is to die for over here (Don’t miss it).  Al Pesto Genovese: I didn’t know that one day I will say that I like pesto sauce pasta. And all my concept got changed over here as I have tasted the best and creamy pesto spaghetti pasta.

Mocktails: We had four mocktails Royal Hammer, Cosmo Fleshy, Pina Colada, and Blue Moon.

Desserts: This place is heaven not only for the savory dishes but also for the desserts too. They have introduced chimney cakes with a different topping which were good. Then we had Cream cheese brownies what a taste man fell in love with it. Then Banoffee tart it was a treat for the eyes then to the taste buds. They have two varieties of cheesecake baked and set. The baked cheesecake has the cream cheese flavor and the set one has the blueberry flavor. And the star was Snicker chocolate cake completely covered with the snicker bar.

Ambiance: 5/5
Food: 4./5
Service: 4.5/5
Overall Experience: 4.5/5

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