Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:30
Sat - Sun & PH: 09:00 - 23:30
Roadhouse at Dempsey Hill is the fitting example of a restaurant for communal dining. With the inclusion of a large communal dining table and a comfortable environment of rustic interiors, diners can indulge in a vast selection of grills, burgers, sandwiches and desserts.
Our "give thanks" tunchner celebration at Roadhouse. We had the Spicy Garlic Parmesan Wings done to '995' level of heat, Butt-Naked Baby, Prawn Star and Deep Fried Cheesecake. The wings were really hot at 995, still bearable for me but a little not enjoyable for him after the 2nd wing. It would have been better to have had a non-spicy dish first to prepare the tummy, instead of having it as an appetiser on an empty stomach. The wings were worth having and would have been even better with more cheese. Butt-Naked Baby was a Wagyu beef patty served in beef ragu. W enjoyed dipping nachos and fries into the creamy gravy, and appreciated the novel presentation of this bun-less"burger". The Prawn Star with sesame mayonnaise managed to stand out as a more unique offering from the usual - the patty was made of whole grilled prawns. I liked the crisp and dense french fries (that comes with each main) at first bite, however it felt too salty after a while. The batter of the Deep Fried Cheesecake suffered from an even more serious case of too much salt. In the end, the scant coulis and vanilla ice-cream was more enjoyable than the rest of the cheesecake. This dessert is big enough to be shared by 3 persons. The burgers are modest in size, so adding a quick bite and a dessert makes for a more substantial meal. (30Apr16, Sat @ Roadhouse, Dempsey Road)
ordered the juicy lucy and burgers with mushrooms. it comes with fries (option to truffles as well), and coleslaw. a very very decent burger with thick patty satisfied my cravings for burgers. i will recommend this place to you if you are wondering whether to try it out. their service is good as well.
in comparison to other outlets, if you have tried relish, the taste is almost on par with the burgers there. if you have tried fatboy's, you have to try roadhouse, the burgers are more decent than that.