The Bottom Line
- Fabulous flavors
- Beautiful presentation of foods
- Noisy Dining Room
- Roy's is a class act, from the decor to the dishes.
- Roy's is not necessarily a place to take the kids.
- A prix fixe dinner with three courses is available, and is a very good value for the money.
- Roy's has three locations in Arizona: Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Chandler.
- Prom night, birthday, or just because you're in love--Roy's is a good choice.
- Make sure you order the Roy's Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé well in advance of dessert time!
Guide Review - Roy's Restaurant
Roy's menu changes every day, but there are certain favorites that you'll invariably find on the menu. This evening, three of us each ordered an appetizer and an entrée. We ordered two Chocolate Soufflés to share for dessert.
Instead of a typical appetizer (although not much at Roy's is really typical) I ordered the Lakanilau Roll ($17) from the Sushi/Sashimi choices to start. Since it really isn't an appetizer, it is definitely suitable for sharing. We also tried the Lobster Potstickers ($9) and the Lump Crab Cake ($14). I am hard pressed to pick a favorite here. The Crab Cake was wonderful, and when we go next time, I'm not sure I'll be able to pass that up.
For our entrées we ordered the Shellfish Combo ($28), the special Ono with avocado ($26), and the Filet Mignon with Gorgonzola ($29). All our meals were prepared as ordered, but the Ono was a little less done in the middle than we would have liked. The portions at Roy's are all adequate. You won't leave hungry, but on this evening not too many people took food with them, either. Verdict on the entrées: delicious.
We probably should have tried another dessert instead of ordering two Chocolate Soufflés ($8.50), but how could we? Very sweet, warm, wonderful.
We'll be back to Roy's for another special occasion.
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