[CLOSED] Tony Roma's (Suntec City)

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3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-123 Tower 5 Suntec City Mall
Singapore 038983

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Tony Roma’s Suntec City outlet will be closing down in January 2019, they are offering 25-30% off all ala carte menu as closing down promotion till 30 November.


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First time trying it~
Its barbecued flavour and the portion is humongous (exaggerating a lil)
The pork rib is savoury with slight smoky flavour.

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This is my go to bbq pork ribs place. The pork loin meat is so soft & tender, falls off the ribs easily. Drenched in the tasty Tony Roma’s original bbq sauce, this is simply mouth watering! You also get to choose 2 sides with each order.


Got the half Baby Back Ribs with Baked Potato & Mashed Potato (Usual Price: $26.90) & gosh I didn't know the meat on Ribs are so tender! I quite like the baked potato where unlike other restaurants who will give salted butter, it has various toppings (sour cream, cheese and bacon bits). Also got the Potato Skins ($11.90) topped with Mozzarella & Cheddar cheese, sour cream and sour cream. It is quite unique & tasty. However if I were to go back to Tony Roma's, their Baby Back Ribs is definitely something I will order again! Total for the bill is $52 (2 half Baby Back Ribs & Potato Skins)!.

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Not our first time trying Tony Roma's but it was out first trying their onion loaf. Am sure glad we ordered this to try because portions were vastly generous, onions fresh and batter not extensively greasy. The preparation felt identical to those of Japanese tempura - light and not overly gelat frying! Was tasty enough to be consumed on its own too, no need for any condiments! - 👴🏻 #burpple

This was pretty good! Meat was tender, had a good ratio of fats, and easy to eat (read: wipe clean) off the bones.
My brother said the ribs weren't as good as usual (it was my first visit, so I couldn't compare) butttt honestly I thought this was still better than the average ribs I had in USA, so I was still pretty satisfied. Though, I agreed that it could be much smokier.
Fries were average but the beans... wow. It had deep barbecue flavour which I loved and helped myself spoonfuls after spoonfuls of. Now I know that the rice and beans are the ones to get if I ever come back (oh how convenient that the ribs comes with a choice of 2 sides...)