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(Under Renovation) Kenny Rogers Roasters (Suntec City Mall)

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28 reviews

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Kenny Rogers Roasters originated from United States. Now, Kenny Rogers Roasters is one of the best restaurant in the world that serves very healthy plus delicious foods to everybody.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63372815
$18 based on 19 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes), Lunch (5 votes)
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Not Too bad

Used to eat K.R alot when younger.. Have not done so for many years.. decided to try again after so long.

Surprised that the price has changed quite abit..(on the high side now)

Chicken was still as good as before though.. Loved the mash! Very meaty sauce..

will go back again, but not too often because painful on the pocket

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Macaroni and cheese1 vote
  • Mineral Water1 vote
  • chicken1 vote
  • corn muffin1 vote
  • garlic parsley potatoes1 vote
  • mashed potatoes are nice I guess. with the gravy1 vote
  • the Coke1 vote
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• 30 Aug 2011 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

OK-SO-SO

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Had to satisfy my craving for mac and cheese and so I decided to drop by KR's outlet at Suntec, well.... To begin with, I got all confused with the various entrance and so I had to circle around the 'fortune fountain' before finding KR.

All eager to have myself a satisfying meal, I ordered the potpie which wasn't 'that' fantastic except for the generous portion (worth the $) besides the potpie, I ordered half the chicken and mac and cheeeeeeese. But sadly, the waiter (who looked 'half-distracted) had my side orders mixed up.

Sigh, the mixed up in orders took ages to be 'settled' before the manager came to my table to apologize. So...... 6/10 for service.

Generally, the signature dishes like mac and cheese, and corn muffin are so-so, it doesn't taste as fantastic as it used to.

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  • waited 15 minutes to get my macroni cheese
• 23 Jan 2011 • 230 reviews • 0 follower

hail the spare ribs

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love their spare ribs. i've tried it once only when i was younger. then when i started to have more money to spend, this became a good eating place for me, taste a little like childhood as i used to have wnderful memories there.
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• 18 Jan 2011 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Not Too bad

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Used to eat K.R alot when younger.. Have not done so for many years.. decided to try again after so long.

Surprised that the price has changed quite abit..(on the high side now)

Chicken was still as good as before though.. Loved the mash! Very meaty sauce..

will go back again, but not too often because painful on the pocket

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