Check out Tony Roma's Ribvolution Card...
Tony Roma's has always been associated with great ribs. This was one of my family's go-to restaurants for birthdays and other special occasions. While it may be famous for its ribs, I have always opted for its steaks; just not much of a rib person back then. It has been a while since we last ate at Tony Roma's, not for anything else, but there seemed to be a sudden sprouting of new restaurants here and there, and being a food blogger means that you have to at least try some, if not all, of these newcomers in the dining scene, thereby making your usual haunts take a backseat.
Aside from fantastic choice of ribs, another great reason for visiting Tony Roma's again is their Ribvolution Card. For only P1,000, Tony Roma's offers savings at least three times as much; it's something definitely worth availing. Check out what you can get when you have this Ribvolution card...
Now let's get on with the food...
Onion Loaf is a must-have at Tony Roma's especially if you have a penchant for onion rings. The batter is light and crunchy, and the sweet onions inside is a treat with their BBQ sauce. The Appetizer Sampler gives you a glimpse of their other starters, comprising Fire Wings, Potato Skins, and Mozzarella Sticks with 3 dipping sauces. My favorite would have to be those potato skins dipped into the blue cheese sauce.
They now have these flatbreads, which are similar to pizza. The Steak and Mushroom Flatbread has these tender pieces of beef amid mushrooms, bell peppers and cheese, on top of crisp flat bread. For pasta, we were served the Cajun Chicken Pasta, which was mildly spicy; I wanted more heat, though.
Chicken breast topped with a blend of three cheeses, artichoke hearts and creamy spinach are served with 2 side dishes of your choice, and our Grilled Spinach Chicken Stack for that particular lunch was accompanied by fries and ranch style beans.
If you're new to Tony Roma's and don't know which of their ribs to try first, or you just have several favorites that you can't decide what to get, opt for the Star-Studded Sampler, which is composed of the Original Baby Back Ribs basted with TR's original BBQ sauce, Carolina Honeys with a mellow blend of honey and molasses, Red Hots with a zesty blend of chili pepper, black pepper, crushed red peppers, chipotle peppers, and Tabasco sauce (whew! hot!), and last but not the least, Bourbon BBQ with a rich and sweet sauce blended with onions, garlic, and Bourbon whiskey.
Tony Roma's also has an assortment of Feast Platters, the most popular of the lot being The Roma Feast, which has Carolina Honeys ribs, BBQ chicken, grilled sausages, corn on the cob, and coleslaw. The Family Feast is almost the same save for having fried shrimps instead of grilled sausages. The Ocean Feast, meanwhile, has crispy fish fillets, fried shrimps, and calamari rings, served with tartar sauce, french fries, and coleslaw.
For desserts, we were given the Skillet Cookie Sundae and Apple Crisp to try. I have repeatedly said I'm not a cookie person so this particular dessert, aside from being too sweet for my taste, really didn't leave a mark for me. The Apple Crisp, on the other hand, has a much lighter, slightly citrusy version when I was actually looking for that sweetness I've associated with apple pies.
As for the beverages, they serve a myriad of cocktails, mocktails, house wines, beers, and non-alcoholic drinks like fresh juices, softdrinks, and shakes.
I do suggest you get the Ribvolution Card, it's very worth it, especially if you love Tony Roma's ribs, I mean, who doesn't? If you were hesitant about visiting TR because of the price range, this makes scarfing down those delectable ribs easier on the pocket.
Oh, and they have this Kids Eat Free Everyday Promo for a limited time where kids can enjoy a choice of kid's meals for a minimum spend of P1,000. Talk about great deals!
Spot: 2nd Level, Expansion Wing, Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa
Contact No.: 771.1388