American Food at Tony Roma’s

Some days I just crave for ribs and American food.  Tony Roma’s does not disappoint.  The young boy who served us was very polite and attentive.  The bread was to die for.  Tasted like it was just baked – hard on the outside and toasty warm and soft on the inside. The freshly made garlic butter made it even better.  I think the ribs used to be better when I ordered just ribs on it’s own.  But this time I took the set which came with buffalo wings and a choice of two side dises and I picked corn and fries.  The food was as good as it looks and it’s making me hungry all over again.

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The sour cream sauce was out of this world.  And I could not resist a frozen margarita.

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The best bread ever and free flow of iced water.

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I really enjoyed the salad with the honey mustard sauce on the side. There was a choice of various sauces.

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The set came with a soup as well.

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We got a very nice and cosy booth seat.  That always makes me happy.

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Tony Roma’s is located in the shopping arcade that is connected to the Orchard Hotel. Wish we hadn’t been so full.  The cookie on the skillet is so good.

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That day was a massively rainy one.

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The birthday week has been super awesome. Good food and lovely company is always a treat.

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3 Responses to American Food at Tony Roma’s

  1. Crystal says:

    Will have to try them…I’m always hesitant to try “American” food here as it’s so often done horribly (I’m looking at you Billy Bombers, among others)

    • bookjunkie says:

      I am so afraid you will be disappointed. Cos when I was in the US and I tried Red Lobster some years ago, the service, the food quality and portions blew my Singapore experiences out the water. But I would really like to know what you think. For me, Tony Roma’s is really good compared to places like Billy Bombers….but I think I would still like to hear your review 🙂

  2. Pingback: Devoured the ribs at Dan Ryan’s and then realised I forgot to take a picture | Singapore Actually

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