Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tony Roma's (The Curve, Mutiara Damansara)


Tony Roma's? Perhaps if I can still recall, twice to their Sunway outlet. Over to this one at Mutiara definitely the first time and quite a long drive from where we are. But for a joyous occasion with the two close friends, we didn't mind the twist and turn in the after-work traffic jam. Obviously, driving to an unfamiliar area came with the usual argument on who is right and who is wrong before - "you have reached your destination". Happiness indeed we made it in one piece without tearing each other apart as we noticed the big and bold Tony Roma's signboard after turning left to "The Curve".

Upon joining the two friends who had arrived way earlier, we thoroughly screened the the menu.. Well, with such a long list of Western dishes and alcoholic drinks in the classy and rustic ambiance, confused we were on what to order. Finally, after the "heavy metal" discussion, we called for beef ribs platter (2x), salmon platter, grilled lamb and for an upbeat "lets cheers" start, Hoegaarden beer and the signature onion loaf boozed us up. 






Hoegaarden Beer we agreed is the way to go compared to the beer brewed along the Federal Highway near Shah Alam, Selangor and the crispy batter fried, neatly stacked up onion rings and with the sauce in the centre we truly enjoyed.

Thereafter the four mains arrived. The beef ribs platter came with perfectly flamed and tender to its core ribs, succulent-juicy prawns skewed with red capsicum and onion, jacket potato with cheese and crispy fried bacon (or ham, not really sure) and batons of fried potatoes. A desirable and pleasurable dish the friend commented.
Consisting of baked salmon and accompanied with yellow rice and steamed broccoli, carrot and zucchini, the salmon platter was a hearty meal too. However according to half-half, the fish didn't taste good, "perhaps" cooked before thoroughly defrosting. He ate just a small portion and out of hunger, finished off the rice and veggies.   
The grilled lamb I had was a let down. Dry and clinging with more fats instead of meat, also mint sauce was no where to be seen. Anyway, after requesting for the chilli sauce, I ate whatever was left after discarding the fats and with the broccoli and jacket potato.  
Rather than ordering desserts, we the two ladies sipped every bit of the fabulous sour apple Martini and chocolate Martini whereas the guys had double pack of "Glenfiddich" whisky with water. 

We called it a night (RM530.35(inclusive of 10% service charge and 5% govt tax) and left feeling slightly tipsy.  

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3 comments:

  1. I see the picture pon sudah kenyang already =)

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  2. my first and last tony roma's experience is this place! =)

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