Seafood: Authentic Pacific-Rim cuisine is the hallmark of Roy's Hawaiian Fusion. Founded by chef Roy Yamaguchi, its kitchen masterfully crafts exotic dishes like andouille-crusted snapper, Roy's original blackened island ahi, teppanyaki shrimp and miso-seared butterfish. Roy's is not exclusively seafood – steak- and pork-lovers will find formidable fare, as well – but the "surf" offerings are its shining stars. Whatever your selection, be prepare for a satisfying evening. Roy's is busy and can get quite loud, but its reputation for great food and service have helped it maintain popularity with locals and business travelers alike. Save room for the pineapple upside-down cake.
Local Expert A.D. Thompson Says:
Seafood: "Aloha means many things in Hawaiian and at Roy's that extends to cocktails. Aloha Hour, daily from 5-6:30 p.m. takes the form of $6 drink and small-plate offerings."
Best for Seafood Because: A pioneer establishment of Orlando's "Restaurant Row," Roy's hasn't wavered as a local favorite for both dynamic cuisine and first-rate service in its 10-plus years.
- Fish & Shellfish
- Meat & Poultry
- Mixed Plates
- Slightly Sweet|off Dry Whites
- Other Whites
- Pinot Noir
- Merlot, Zin, Cabernet
- Global Reds
- Ty-Ku Premium Sake
- Sparkling Wines
- Slightly Sweet and off Dry
- Aromatic Whites
- Worldly Reds
- Cabernet Sauvignon
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