My girlfriend and I were craving Chinese food, so we decided to have dinner at Full Key. It’s located on University Boulevard in the same strip mall as Max’s and Pho Hiep Hoa. We found a spot right out front and headed inside.
We really liked how well they are using the space. Although small, it’s very comfortable and inviting. There is a counter at the back of the restaurant for picking up carry-out orders.
They brought us out a pot of tea. I wanted a beer, but they do not have their alcohol license. For food, we ordered half a roast duck, two bowls of shrimp wonton soup, and an order of the baby clams in black bean sauce.
The roast duck comes out on a platter with a side of soy sauce and rice. The skin is nice and crispy. The duck itself was cooked to perfection. We did find a few bites to be salty, but overall this is excellent roast duck.
The shrimp wonton soup was absolutely delicious. This was my favorite part of the meal. The broth was piping hot, the wonton’s were light yet filling and stuffed with delicious shrimp, and the noodles really hit the spot. The portion size is also great. I highly recommend this soup.
The baby clams in black bean sauce were also delicious. The portion was huge, and we really enjoyed the flavors. The black bean sauce perfectly complimented the clams.
Overall, we really enjoyed our meal and the prices were more then reasonable. The atmosphere was comfortable, the portions were great, and the food was delicious.