I stumbled upon a cute little cafe in Sunway Pyramid some time back but didn't think anything of it more than just another addition like many others. But it sure stood out from the rest because it was pretty in white and white is not an easy colour to maintain, at least in this part of the world.
Full House is apparently inspired by its namesake of a Korean drama. I have not watched the drama myself, but the place sure didn't look very Korean. They even had a menu which looked more like a lifestyle magazine.
The white-washed walls and furniture made the place look like a page from a story book. The chandeliers, fireplace and lantern all lent a whimsical feel to it.
Drawings not unlike cartoon characters sorta made the place alive, the white definitely helped. They were all over the walls, in frames and even at the entrance greeting us.
Photographs in black and white of Paris thrown in certainly added a dash of romantic quirk. You can't help but feel like this would be a fun place to hang out. For me, it reminded me of that evening my friends and I laid down on the grass watching the Eiffel Tower sparkle.
They even have a little boutique at the back selling clothes and accessories from Korea. Though I can't vouch if these were really Korean stuff, at least the price was not atrocious. For the designs they were selling, these were definitely cheaper than what I've seen in other shops.
So even if I missed watching Avatar that day, at least this made up for it. I must be the last person on earth who's only just caught up with the Avatar fever, but it's okay, the lavender tea made for a good nightcap, somewhat.