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08/07/2012
By: jason.day.5055
Roma's Back Door
I have been coming to Roma's ever since I can remember. The food is great and the staff is very friendly. Since the newest owners have had it the Dinner prices have gone up I must admit. I am a regular for lunches once or twice a week most weeks. I have read some poor reviews and find it very disappointing to see that dinner time appears to be the worst time to go in. All I can say is try the pizza and salads. I personally get a large antipasto salad and pizza bread it feeds 4 for around 15.00 and it is fantastic.
05/30/2011
By: will70
Roma's Back Door
The staff is very friendly and service is good. I like the KG Wellness menu . They have quite a few choices of entrees that are very good without a high calorie count.
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