With rapid globalization, Hyderabad has witnessed the rise of innovation especially in food. Loads of entrepreneurs are willingly putting effort in bringing out different products and fulfills is one of them. It is one of the first outlets in Hyderabad which offers chimney cones.
Fullfills is a brand hailing from all the way from Amchi Mumbai. They are opening stores both in Hyderabad and Bangalore soon. The foods that they serve are quite unique as they have got both hot fills and cold fills in the chimney cone. The place sports one of the interesting decors and the brightest in Hyderabad. It’s a place which will immediately cheer you up with the play of colors and ambiance. The ceiling has a mix of filament styled bulbs which makes it bright and cheerful. The furniture is super comforting and it just adds on to the ambiance.We started our session with soups; we had the Pomodoro Zupadi, creama di funghi, Zupadi Broccoli and Mexican chicken soup. All of them were great and was full of flavors. The mushroom one was my favorite because it was creamy and so flavorful that I could eat it all day. The Mexican soup had beans and nachos in it which is very different.
For appetizers, we started with the masala garlic bread which had few peppers, chilly flakes topped with cheese. The nachos with the cheesy sauce on top were amazing as well. The Jalapeno sticks were good too. There was also a creamy salsa tostado which I feel they should work on it more. The Pale di potato was also not that great whereas the baba ghanoush was tasty. The pita served along with the mild flavored baba ghanoush was soft and really went well. For the non Vegetarian, we had Chicken and cheese balls, a good combination. They also had nachos with refried beans and chicken, which to me was the best of the lot.
Then we tried our hands in some of hotfills. We had chilly paneer and cheesy potatoes, and both of them were just stunning. Then we also had Adraki chicken, butter chicken and Jamaican jerk chicken, with very different but worth it. Honestly, the mocktails looked dashing, but they weren’t fantastic.
For the mains, we had pizza loaded with vegetables like broccoli, bell peppers, zucchini and others. Everything from the crust, sauce and the vegetables work perfectly to together perfectly. The Al pesto genoves in pesto cream sauce was delicious as well. The Al arabiata was amazing but it was different from the other pastas. The Chicken ravioli stuffed with chicken in the tomato cream sauce was bliss.
For the desserts, we had chimney cake with assorted filling, but it was not that great. The carrot cake was moist and tasty. I really liked the baked cheesecake and the set blueberry cheesecake The snicker inspired cake was also pretty good. The place is decent and the service is quick and prompt. It’s worth a visit, so go.