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Tony's Pizza (River Valley)

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If you have been looking for the classic hand­-tossed New York pizza in Singapore, look no further than Tony's Pizza, where there is nowhere else in the world that you can find a pizza place that everybody wants to be.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00

Sun: 10:30 - 23:00

+65 67774992
$21 based on 8 submissions
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LOCALS JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND

EX-PATS, AND ESPECIALLY AMERICANS WILL LOVE THIS PLACE.  SINGAPORE HAS COME TO EXPECT SOFT, SHAPELESS PIZZA.  TONY'S DELIVERS THE GOODS WITH NICE THIN CRUST AND DELICIOUS TOPPINGS. WINGS AND NEW HEROES ARE ALSO GOOD.  NICE, CASUAL ATMOSPHERE - WORTH A TRY.

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06 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

LOCALS JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND

EX-PATS, AND ESPECIALLY AMERICANS WILL LOVE THIS PLACE.  SINGAPORE HAS COME TO EXPECT SOFT, SHAPELESS PIZZA.  TONY'S DELIVERS THE GOODS WITH NICE THIN CRUST AND DELICIOUS TOPPINGS. WINGS AND NEW HEROES ARE ALSO GOOD.  NICE, CASUAL ATMOSPHERE - WORTH A TRY.
19 May 2014 • 1911 reviews • 258 followers

Not Up to Mark

The corner where Tony's Pizza is located at has changed hands many times, with random taxi drivers even telling me that it is jinxed. With so many naysayers on the Tony Pizza's bandwagon, I had to check it out to see if it was really this bad.

Over the weekend, I went to check out the place. It was pretty buzzing, so clearly it has its share of following.

The setting was also a nice open concept sprightly place, which would have been great if not for the recent rain that brought in lots of flying insects.

To start, I went with the Chicken Wings ($9.50 for 10 half pieces). I liked the barbecue sauce, but the frozen pieces of meat lacked taste and it was quite tough.

Down to the pizza, ordered the Half Pizza with Roast Chicken ($23.50). The pizza is a cheese based pizza but once again , the frozen pieces of breast chicken meat lacked taste.

Overall, my dining partner commented on how she could have gotten better from Cold Storage - I think that summarized our experience.
17 Apr 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Tony's pizza- really not worth any positive review

Positives about the place:  - Decor was great - Sufficient outdoor seats giving diners an option of indoor/outdoor    Negatives :  - Price - Service Staff ( this factor killed the experience for me! )  - Taste of pizza ( First attempt! ) - we then sent it back, got them to put it back into the over for another 10 mins, and we got a better tasting pizza, with cheese that was melting! 


Checkout my full review here: http://travelling-food-love.blogspot.sg/2014/04/tonys-pizza-really-not-worth-any.html  
03 Mar 2014 • 23 reviews • 0 follower

Not a slice of New York

I want to like this place. I really do. I like the concept: being able to get real New York pizza in Singapore, by the pie, half pie, or the slice. I've been there a few times, tried the chesse pizza, the pepperoni, the meat lover's, and the Hawaiian. It's close but just not the real deal and, unfortunately, not close enough. The main problem is their crust. A crust makes or breaks a pizza and this one just doesn't make the grade despite being crispy on the bottom and slightly gooey on the top. My best guess is that they're not fermenting their dough long enough so it just tastes like flour and lacks any texture or flavor. It's also dry. Really dry. Today's meat lover's seriously tasted like a supermarket frozen pizza from back home. There is also not enough sauce. It's a mistake to put too much sauce on a pizza but this one is too light, especially with that desiccant of a crust they serve. They could also go a bit heavier on the cheese. Not much, but a little. The lemonade is also just so-so. They've got lots of lovely lemons in the container but it tastes like Country Time lemonade mix and is a little steep at $4.50 a glass. I hope they manage to get this right eventually but I would avoid the place for the time being. They've got a lot of work yet to do.

Update: August 2014

I went back to Tony's recently and grabbed two slices to see if they'd improved at all. It was better than the last few times, in large part because they're putting more sauce on the pizza to offset the dryness. I get the sense that they are continuing to work on improving the pizza. The cheese, while still having room for improvement, was thus acceptable. The meat lover's, less so, as it still looked and tasted like they took a cheese slice, threw some toppings on it, and tossed it back in the oven for a minute. I hope they keep working at it. Still not great value for the money. The lemonade is still mediocre and the iced teas, is from a powdered mix. These remain disappointing, especially for the price.
16 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 5 followers

A Forgettable Experience @ Tony's Pzza

Had all the hype about Tony's and was anxious to check it out given that I spent 4 years living in New Jersey/New York.
Ordered half a pie with brocolli & ham toppings and a slice of meat lover's.
Both were extremely disappointing and worse of all, the pizzas were served cold.
There were a lot of waiters standing around but none paid too much attention to the guests and to top it off, the restrooms behind the restaurant reeked, and the floors were wet.
I will not be coming back here.