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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
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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

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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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• 19 May 2014 • 2014 reviews • 257 followers

Not Up to Mark

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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.
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• 17 Apr 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Tony's pizza- really not worth any positive review

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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  
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