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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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• 20 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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The people running this place have no idea what they're doing, absolute zero business sense.  I'm sure that whoever started this chain understands pizza very well, but absolutely nothing about business.  They virtually never answer their phone, and when they do, the person you will speak with will make you want to put your face through a wall.  Of the five times I've called them in the past two weeks, three times there was no answer, and two times they came up with a lame excuse for why they couldn't do delivery.  They make great pizza, but have no idea how to run a business.  

My advice: hire someone that has run a restaurant before.  You know your product, but you don't know the business.  


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• 05 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Fake NY Pizza

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We lived in NYC and the pizzas here don't come close. Overpriced for the quality they serve. The crust just didn't cut it as it was too dry. Your safer bet would be frozen pizzas, or the expats at our condo prefer freshly baked pizzas from the nearby grocery store. The ambience of the place is great, our kids love it and the lemonade looked appealing but even our kids complained that the lemonade was just a tad too sweet!  
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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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