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Romano Ristorante (Thomson)

3.8

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11 reviews

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Wonderful food, warm staff.

It was my daughter's 1st bday bash and it was a wonderful experience dining here. The staff was very accommodating to us, considering there were 3 children. They remained warm and kind to us. The food was wonderful, we ordered many different pizzas and pastas and the best dish was the crayfish pasta in tomato sauce. The food was also very affordably priced.

The only sad thing was there was a notice that they are going to closr after 14 years of operation! :( although they didn't say when they were closing.. I'd recommend everyone to go eat there before they close. For the price and freshness of food, its def worth trying! :)

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Pizza of any kind!4 votes
  • Creamy tomato pasta2 votes
  • Tiramisu2 votes
  • linguine cabonara2 votes
  • Calzone1 vote
  • Crayfish pasta1 vote
  • beef carpaccio1 vote
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• 27 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Wonderful food, warm staff.

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It was my daughter's 1st bday bash and it was a wonderful experience dining here. The staff was very accommodating to us, considering there were 3 children. They remained warm and kind to us. The food was wonderful, we ordered many different pizzas and pastas and the best dish was the crayfish pasta in tomato sauce. The food was also very affordably priced.

The only sad thing was there was a notice that they are going to closr after 14 years of operation! :( although they didn't say when they were closing.. I'd recommend everyone to go eat there before they close. For the price and freshness of food, its def worth trying! :)
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• 16 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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This restaurant have been serving pizza and pasta using the freshest ingridients and because of this, the food is delicious! Have been a regular since the opened in jalan leban. Will recommend all to come here!
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  • ordered our favorite alla Ramano which is king prawn with creamy tomato sauce and Romano pizza
• 08 May 2014 • 7 reviews • 26 followers

Food d*** good...

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The food took long, honestly worth the wait. There was only one person running around today. She tried her best. I tried the Dory Fish(5/5) My friend tried linguine(5/5)
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