Dempsey's only modern American diner serving decadent American fare, including meats and burgers grilled to perfection on the acclaimed Josper-grill. Roadhouse has also added a “Build Your Own Burger” section to its menu to allow diners to create their own burger masterpieces. It is also home to The Terminator Challenge, which requires brave participants to wolf down a 1kg burger within 20 minutes. If they accomplish the feat, they get the burger for free and their name and picture on the Wall of Fame. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
11:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
09:00 - 22:30
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Takes Reservations
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Signature Dishes
BBQ Kurobuta Baby Back Ribs Prawn Star Burger Shrimp in a Blanket
Review (19)
Level3 2015-09-23
 I searched from Google the best burger in town and it's one of them in several listing and it didn't let me down!  It serves good gourmet burger and I ordered Juicy Lucy.The bread is soft and the other ingredients matched well with the bread and the patty.  Just that the patty is not as juicy as I thought as I already ordered medium.  Probably the chef wants to ensure that its cooked.It's served with salad and it's awesome.  Fries are really great as they are crispy, not too salty, and soft inside and not oily.We also ordered tuna melt sandwich and it tastes good with the fries underneath.  Just that if they have slightly more tuna it'd be better.Clam chowder is above average and it's of very big portion.  Just slightly too oily on the surface.  Taste is right and the texture is appropriate and it won't be too thick.  Girls please think twice about having this before your burger.Service is good and attentive.  Very enjoyable evening.  continue reading
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Level2 2014-12-12
Are you game? If you can wolf down this 1kg burger within 20 minutes all by yourself, you get the burger for free and your picture on the Wall of Fame (4 pillars and counting). The patty was thick, juicy and jam-packed with flavour. The fries were a bit on the dry side but they were acceptable. This sinfully good burger is definitely worth the calories.For full review, you can go to: http://yinom.wordpress.com/2014/10/22/roadhouse/ continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-19
We were at Dempsey and decided to head to Roadhouse for some meat. The restaurant was quite a nice place to chill and somehow especially popular among guys (7 out of 10 tables were occupied by all guys group). As Roadhouse is famous for its burgers, it might be a better idea to stick their burgers as the other mains were pretty average. Too bad we weren’t in a mood for burgers though .US Spareribs – ½ Rack ($30++)Although the flavours were there, the spareribs were quite dry and not tender enough for my liking. The giant onion rings were a pleasant surprise though as the batter was light and the onions were sweet and fresh.Grilled T-bone Steak ($40++)The quality of the T-bone steak was pretty average and wasn’t as succulent and tender as I had expected. The accompanying caramelised onion sauce was quite tasty though and added the much needed flavours to enhance the taste of the beef. continue reading
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Roadhouse is a beautiful American diner tucked in a quaint and cosy corner of Dempsey Road. Arriving on a rainy Friday afternoon, we found the restaurant as well as the surrounding areas relatively empty and serene.Stepping into the restaurant, I was struck by the rustic yet elegant interior design. There was extensive use of wood in the beams and furniture, providing a soft and welcoming touch. The interior was airy and well-lit by natural lighting, even though the sky was overcast.The legendary Roadhouse Wall of Fame was prominently displayed, showing off the proud conquerors of The Terminator Challenge. Polish off a massive burger stuffed with six Wagyu patties, cheese and bacon in 20 minutes and you dine for free!For the rest of us with more modest appetites, the Liquid Cheeseburger Fondue (SGD 10++) is must-try! This innovative creation is a cheeseburger in liquid form, with generous amounts of minced beef, diced tomatoes and other condiments immersed in thick, rich molten cheddar. A skewer of bread biscuits accompanies this decadent dish.The Mac & Cheese Bolognaise (SGD 20++) was simple combination of two classics, Mac & Cheese and Beef Bolognaise. With the fusion of these two eternal favourites into a single pasta dish, one can truly experience the best of both worlds. A thick cheese sauce smothers the rich contents within. Beef bolognaise, parmesan and Monterey Jack all slathered with a rich, creamy dressing. How can one resist? The Simply Brie-vine (SGD 24++) is one simply divine burger. The centrepiece of the burger is a 170g Wagyu patty grilled on Roadhouse's signature Josper grill. The thick patty emitted a wonderfully smoky fragrance and was satisfyingly juicy and flavourful. Slabs of grilled poached pear and brie dovetailed beautifully with the patty. The brie, a truly majestic cheese, was delightfully creamy. The poached pear added a hint of sweetness and tartness to the burger, nicely balancing the richness of the other ingredients. Sundried tomatoes and rocket provided the finishing touches. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-31
My sis decided to bring us out for a Christmas lunch and we ended up at Roadhouse on Dempsey Road. I've heard people talking about their burgers and so we decided to give a try.Their menu is quite extensive, with choices for vegetarian diets, kids meals, non-beef and mains (other than burgers). They even had a breakfast menu which serves salmon and eggs.I ordered myself the "High on Shrooms" burger ($26) which came on a nice wooden plank and fries in a can. But don't let the pretty plating deceive you, the burger itself is pretty dry. Even though it was slathered in moist mushrooms (you can see them oozing out in the photo above), the beefy patty was not juicy at all. This was the case for all the other burgers we ordered for our table - everyone thought that the patties were just way too dry. The fries are probably the only thing I enjoyed here. continue reading
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