Sunday, July 26, 2009


This year my son, Mike's birthday was celebrated on a quieter note because of his recent surgery.

We opted for Western food dinner and went to Tony Roma's in Cineleisure, Damansara Mutiara. Petaling Jaya.

The restaurant considered "The Pioneer of Baby Back Ribs" was way too quiet for a Sunday night.
Framed photographs of the man himself with friends and some showcased his chefs and his other restaurants around the world adorned the walls of the restaurant.
Astro Sport channel on flat screen TVs to keep you company while waiting to be serve.

Surya, our server was very efficient and accommodating when we requested for more of those free mini hot fluffy buns that comes with Butter, Garlic and Coriander paste.

Overall the meal was comforting and fulfilling.

Hot fluffy bun spread with Garlic, Butter and Coriander paste was a perfect appetizer-Complimentary.

Fish and chips-three chunks of lightly batter tender Mahi Mahi Fish, crispy French fries and served with a cup of Tomato sauce, Coleslaw, Mayonnaise- add a squeeze of Lemon on the fish for extra zest-Rm26.90.

Chicken Alfredo Florentine-al-dente Linguine noodles tossed with Slices of grilled Chicken in a light Alfredo sauce and garnished with finely chopped Parsley, sun dried Tomatoes, Babu leaf Spinach-immensely comforting !- Rm27.90.

Pan Cod fish-pan seared with a toasted black and white Sesame crust garnished with Tomatoes Presto and served with toasted Garlic seared Broccoli and a lovely serving of rice-fish was thick, fresh and fragrant-Rm39.90/.

BBQ 1/2 Chicken basted in Original sauce and served with French fries, Coleslaw-the meat was tender and well marinated-a perfect meal-Rm29.90.

Refreshing Cranberry Juice (refillable)-Rm9.90/.

Total bill:Rm170/
Location:Lot G-29(11), G-32 & G33.
Ground Floor, Mutiara Damansara,
Petaling Jaya.


J2Kfm said...

didnt take the ribs?
those are good. but of course, many other said the pork version's best.

not available here though.

EatTravelEat said...

Tony Romas used to be in my area but it closed. Never got around into trying the place out. The bread looks good and so does the fish and chips. I never have received garlic butter with bread at a restaurant! I have gotten it on the bread, but never on the side.

Selba said...

In Msia, the Tony Romas is halal, right?

Don't think we have the cranberry juice here.

New Kid on the Blog said...

M'sia outlets do not serve ribs, right???

CK Lam said...

Have yet to taste Cod fish seared with a toasted black and white sesame. Sure like to try those.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Foods look great.

worldwindows said...

I thought they have some great promotions (all you can eat ribs!) to draw in the crowds!.

Duckie said...

i like this place but it is a little empty most times

foodbin said...

J2Kfm-abstain from it that night.
ETEat-it's was free also.
Selba-yes, it's halal no chance to savor their pork ribs.
NKOTB-they served beef ribs!
CKLam-you should try it.
FParadise-it was.
WWindows-i think it is for lunch only.
Duckie-maybe because of pricing factor.

Little Inbox said...

Too much of toasted sesame, will it spoil the original taste of cod fish?

foodbin said...

LInbox-no,no it's complemented to the flavor of the cod.

Allie said...

Would love to try out tony roma's but too bad not available in Penang :(