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Tony Roma's (Suntec City Mall)

AmericanBarbecueWestern
Tony Roma's is located at Suntec City Mall and specialises in American cuisine.Crisp fresh salads, mouthwatering char-grilled steaks, BBQ chicken, and delicious seafood make up a menu that is sure to please every guest.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sun: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 63379055
$32 based on 32 submissions
Dinner (18 votes), Children/Family (16 votes), Lunch (13 votes)
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Yummy!

Ribs were good but not as good as some good ribs I've had in the States. Portions are American size so it's good to share. I had the Roma's Feast which was average. The corn was overdone and mushy, and the chicken was dry. My favorite thing was their spinach and artichoke dip.

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03 Feb 2014 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy!

Ribs were good but not as good as some good ribs I've had in the States. Portions are American size so it's good to share. I had the Roma's Feast which was average. The corn was overdone and mushy, and the chicken was dry. My favorite thing was their spinach and artichoke dip.
13 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great place, great food :9

The 1st time i ate at Tony Roma's was in Jakarta, Indonesia when i was little, since then i crave for more.
5 days ago i went to Tony Roma's at Suntec City Mall with my family, 1st impression was the atmosphere is a little dark because of the lighting. For the food, i ordered 1 Tony sampler, 1 soup of the day, 1 Rib-eye steak, and 1 Anniversary special. The Tony sampler was HUGE with spicy BBq Boneless Bites, spinach artichoke dip and their fried onion loaf. The taste was OK but not favourite of the spinach artichoke dip. Secondly, the soup of that day was the mushroom soup, i would give 9 out of 10 base on the taste. The rib-eye steak was amazingly delicious, the size was fair compare to the price and it really melts in your mouth. Lastly, the Anniversary special. It consists of full slab ribs (forgot the type), 3 sticks of bacon wrap prawn, bacon wrap chicken, and bacon wrap sausage (bacon make everything delicious :p ), 4 steam corn, and a bowl of steam broccoli. What to say, all elements on the plate was *again* amazingly delicious !!!! My bro even licked all of the ribs white clean...

Overall, the price was fair compare to what i received (i can say, cheaper than the Jakarta Tony Roma's)... Surely will coming back someday and i hope the quality still the same. ( I post the photos on my FB )
21 Mar 2013 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

Tony Roma's

Had this with my family for my bday! great place and great food, nice onion loaf, chicken breast, steak wasnt great but ribs was AWESOME!
01 Jul 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Dining at Tony Roma's, Suntec wif my Family~

My last time dining at Tony Roma's was few years back, a bit sad with the relocation of the Restaurant as the interior design was not that great as before.

More pictures at my Review Post ^^

http://q00q00.blogspot.sg/2012/06/tony-romas-suntec-city.html 

We ordered Baby Back Ribs with Tony Roma's Original BBQ Sauce, I feel that the marinate of the meat was not fully absorbed. Baked Potato was a failure...

Love the Fries, Soup-Of-The-Day Mushroom Soup, Fish Fillet, and the "Tony's Dessert Tr!O - Chocolate Cookie".

Spent $129.45 with Tony Roma's $10 Dining Voucher for OCBC Card Members.

Service was excellent!!~

29 May 2012 • 408 reviews • 13 followers

Finger-licking good!

It’s been about a decade since I last dined here. Guess I just don’t crave ribs like some people do, seeing as I’d walked past TR every now and then yet the thought of ribs hadn’t once entered my mind. Until we needed a late dinner in Suntec City and realized the restaurant closed at 11pm.

We were pleased with the complimentary baguette. Served with garlic butter, it’s crispy yet pillowy soft. Great to tide us over while we waited for our food.

The onion loaf (half $9.90) was creatively shaped into a basket, bearing a cup of bbq mayo dipping sauce in its bosom. The giant hand-cut onions were first breaded then deep-fried to a golden brown. Free of excess grease, the batter was ultra thin and crispy. Utterly moreish and I polished it off on its own since the sauce didn’t quite work for me.

We had the original baby back ribs (full rack $34.90), and really enjoyed the tender, lean pork loin meat basted with original bbq sauce. The mild spiciness complemented the sweet-tangy flavor, and the charred meat came with a hint of smokiness. As for the sides, both baked potato and coleslaw were delish, especially the former due to a distinct buttery fragrance and savory bacon bits.

Thankfully, our hearty meal didn’t turned out too rushed. Service was attentive and polite with regular water-refills. We even got extra napkins and wet towels as a staff noticed us eating with our fingers.

Note: OCBC cardholders are entitled to a $10 return dining voucher till 31 December 2012.