Very loud, expensive restaurant with good food and poor service and environment. There are many better restaurants in Baltimore for less money
Top-Notch Food and Service Excellence. After previously having an unsavory experience at Roy
Innovative. If you are looking for something a little out of the ordinary, this is the place for you. The tuna was so fresh, and the way it was presented on my plate was quite artistic. Downtown Baltimore might be a little bit of a hike for some people, but believe me it's well worth the drive. Roys originated in Hawaii and the food is different than typical Baltimore seafood. You won't be disappointed.
Perfect Food and Very Unique. I went here for restaurant week and had an amazing experience. I asked the bartender to choose my items for me and she did beautifully. She was fun, attentive and a pleasure to be around. The hostesses were the same way. The food itself was unreal also. If you go, make sure to have the Hawaiian Hauipu (sic) because it is incredible.
Very good!. My mom and I went to Roy's one night. The server was very very nice and really helpful. The food was good and the location is great. We'll be back.
Great Hawaiian fusion. And everyhing else!.
The Maui Wowy salad and the Butterfish entree are to die for.... The restaurant is so good that when I am in another state I check if there is a Roy's there. I am always guaranteed a great meal. If you haven't tried Roy's your'e really missing out. The decor and wine selections are as good as the food. The waiters are very knowledgeable and helpful. You must try the souflet dessert, even if you're on a diet. Tell Bryson that the Gellers sent you.
BTW try the edamame.
Innovative menu, great service. One of my favorite places, I love the unique dishes served up...the butter fish is phenomenal. Interesting drink options as well and when your server shows up and tells you about the chocolate souffle that takes so long to prepare...order it! It's sublime. I know it's a chain of sorts but I love this place.
This sophisticated Hawaiian-fusion restaurant gives mainlanders an upscale taste of the islands..
Roy Yamaguchi opened his first restaurant in 1988 in Honolulu, Hawaii, blending European cooking techniques with locally produced ingredients and Asian spices. Today, his Hawaiian-fusion cuisine is served in a sophisticated atmosphere with dark woods, Asian accents and contemporary, island-inspired art. In addition to "Roy's classics" like Hawaiian-style misoyaki butterfish and the popular melting hot chocolate souffle, each location offers daily specials prepared by the local chef, all of whom are trained personally by Roy.
flavorful food. The food is flavorful and the portions are decent. The wait staff is extremely friendly and service is excellent. The restaurant is bit too chain-like. If you want a nice quiet evening, this is not the place to dine.
Delicious!. When we first arrived at Roy?s on a week night, we were on time for a dinner reservation but had to wait about 15-20 minutes for our table. However, it was worth the wait. The wait staff was friendly and the food was delicious. I can?t wait to go back again!
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