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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Dinner @Tony Roma's, Siam Paragon, Bangkok

We ordered neither of their signature steak combos

Instead, we ordered this

and this... scroll down for the real pictures

Bread roll with butter and french butter.
The bread was warm, slightly hard on the outside but soft inside, what a lovely way to kick start our meal.

Iced water for 3 pax - 35 Baht

Half Onion Loaf  served with BBQ mayo dipping sauce - 195 Baht


Eventhough it was their smallest portion but the serving was still rather big!  We had a hard time trying to finish it. The rings are all tangled up somehow in what actually looks like a loaf of bread, size-wise anyway, and the onions are thin-cut and sweet which, mixed with the grease flavor from the deep-fried batter and salt produces just the right flavor.  It’s the ultimate junk food – fat and salt – with the sweetness of dipping sauce, something that tastes like thousand island sauce to balance it and there’s probably thousands of calories in one loaf but who cares?? :)


Our cheeky boy with his newly acquired lighted doggy key chain or some sort

The boy's Bacon cheeseburger - 395 Baht

It was huge and the unfinished portion went to our official Bandaraya's tummy. Burp!

Family Feast - 995 Baht (St. Louis style ribs served with BBQ chicken, fried shrimps, corns on the cob and coleslaw.  The portion was HUGE!)

The menu says it's ideal to be shared by 2 but we couldn't finish it, had to pack and take away the corn cobs and one chicken thigh.  .



The pork ribs were simply out of this world!  Tender and flavorful, with the sauce that complement the meat so brilliantly. We literally sucked the bones dry. Tony Roma's, famous for its ribs around the world certainly lives up to its name.  Why can't we have this in Malaysia?  :(
We planned to go back again for the pork ribs only this time but somehow didn't get around doing it.. I will surely come again on my next visit there hopefully soon!

By the way, any suggestions on where to go for the best pork ribs around town?


 
 

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7 Comments:

Blogger Sheoh Yan said...

The first time when I had pork ribs was in Singapore Tony Roma's. It was really delicious.

December 22, 2011 at 2:53 PM  
Blogger Hayley said...

It's been a while since I last had Tony Roma's... Their food looks great from your photos!

December 22, 2011 at 3:28 PM  
Blogger Small Kucing said...

sound like same as in Msia. Ya I like their food

December 22, 2011 at 7:11 PM  
Blogger Inspired Momx1 said...

Yan: Sadly, we can't have Tony Roma's pork ribs here in Malaysia.

Hayley: And the food tasted great too! :)

Kathy: Not the same.. they don't have pork ribs in their menu in Malaysia.:(

December 22, 2011 at 7:23 PM  
Blogger Merryn said...

aiyo! Pork ribs making me hungry :(

December 22, 2011 at 10:52 PM  
Blogger yvonne said...

Their portion is really huge! My family surely couldn't finish the plate, unless we order serving for 1.

Never had pork ribs steak, pork burger or pork whatever....

December 23, 2011 at 9:33 AM  
Blogger Mummy Moon said...

I missed this ..

December 23, 2011 at 2:17 PM  

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