Resto Review: Roy’s Restaurant Redefines Surf & Turf
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Roy’s Restaurant is offering a surf and turf special like never before with a limited-time, two-course Filet and Lobster menu for just $32.95 per person before tax and gratuity. What started on Sept. 15 through October 15th, guests can escape the ordinary to experience filet and lobster made with the bold flavors and Asian influence of Roy’s Pacific Rim Cuisine.
On our recent visit, we enjoyed quite a meal and loved the dishes we had the opportunity to try. To start, we enjoyed…
Szechuan Spiced Pork Ribs Smoked and Glazed in Roy’s Original Mongolian Sauce
Truffled Bacon Mac & Cheese
Thai Basil Bread Crumbs
Filet & Lobster Special
Upside Down Pineapple Cakewith coconut ice cream
Chocolate Molten Cake with vanilla ice cream
Everything was wonderful and it’s no surprise as Roy’s is one of our favorite restaurants. Patrick and I celebrated our engagement here the day after Christmas last year. It was so nice to come back after our wedding for a much overdue celebration of our new life together.
Although the Filet and Lobster menu is offered at Roy’s Restaurant locations nationwide for only a month, they have ongoing specials even if you’re unable to make it by October 15th, Not to mention, Roy’s has amazing menu all year round. To make reservations, please visitwww.roysrestaurant.com
About Roy’s Restaurant – The internationally-acclaimed Roy’s Restaurant is known for its unique and creative menu, a sensational adventure in bold flavors, and its sincere and engaging hospitality that is a welcome escape from the ordinary dining experience. Roy’s Restaurant was born by blending two dynamic principals: delicious food and hospitality inspired by the “aloha” spirit of the Hawaiian Islands. Inspired by his Japanese roots and native Hawaiian cuisine, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the very first Roy’s Restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1988. Today there are 20 Roy’s locations in the continental United States that are owned and operated by United Ohana, LLC, and another six in Hawaii, one in Guam and one in Okinawa, Japan. For more information about Roy’s Restaurant, please visitwww.roysrestaurant.com.