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About Roy's Bonita Springs
Blending classic techniques with adventurous Pacific Rim flavors, culinary pioneer Roy Yamaguchi created an entirely new approach to fine dining. The first Roy's opened in Honolulu in 1988 and we've spread our warm hospitality and passion for innovative and creative cuisine around the world ever since. Indulge in one of our spectacular cocktails or choose a glass from our award-winning wine list while you discover the fresh ingredients and outstanding seafood, expertly prepared by our local chefs that made us famous.
We invite you to join us at Roy's Bonita Springs located in the beautiful Promenade Shoppes, and features an exciting exhibition kitchen and expansive chef's counter.
Bonita Springs, FL 34134
Seafood, Sushi, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Aloha Hour 4-7PM
Dinner 5PM - Close
Weekend Brunch 11AM
Bay Commons Drive
$31 to $50
Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Full Service Offsite Catering
No valet, self parking beside & behind restaurant
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Known for our Pacific Rim Cuisine, our vast array of unique, seasonal menus are sure to please even the most discerning guests. Roy's contemporary Asian furnishings and original Hawaiian artwork provides the perfect backdrop for your next event of 10 to 250 guests. Full buyout also available.
Roy's Bonita Springs Ratings and Reviews
Overall we were not impressed. The food was good, but very overpriced. We had a coupon for $25 off, but even at that, it was very expensive. The service and ambiance did not reflect the prices. I don't mind paying top dollar for a top dollar dining experience, but this was not that. There are far better, and less expensive, restaurants in Naples. If you are looking for a special meal, go there.
We've previously enjoyed the Roy's in Maui. However, after reading some of the reviews on their March 15th, I had some concerns. It appears on that date Roy's had some issues. Whatever issues they may have had were clearly not present on March 19th. Our party of five was promptly seated at a very nice table. Our server was promptly attending to our needs with her professional and knowledgeable service. Our seafood meals were great. We thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our dinner at Roy's.
Disappointing. Not as good as I remember it being. The sushi roll, Auntie Lei, was wet and soggy, which made the rice not sticky. I did not taste any lobster in the potstickers. The steak was ok, rather thin and fatty. The service was great at the beginning of our meal but really faded as the restaurant got crowded. With the popularity, I would think they would want to turn tables over more quickly. We sat and sat and waited and waited for our check. With young children, it was tough. Probably not going to return to Roys :((((
We went to Roy's with 6:30 pm dinner reservation (the weekend before the March 5th brunch). We were seated and then left with menus but no service (except for a soda). Our waiter was too busy to take our order, so a manager finally did. But later we were informed that one of the items was not available. We ordered something else, but were left with no service (despite multiple complaints to assorted staff) for almost an hour. We simply walked out, trailed by someone who gave us Roy coupons.
With those, we went to brunch on March 5th. Again, the service was noticeably slow, but with only a couple tables filled we did get served within a fairly reasonable time. However, for two egg-based orders with some small meat or fish sides, the bill was over Sixty dollars. On the way home, we passed IHOP and knew we could have had something similar for far, far less.
We are a frequent Roys customer and went there for a late lunch We missed the crowd and have great time Service was very good and the fun hit the spot as it always does It was a great time to go . Their lunch and brunch menu is delicious along with being great value
Food is good, especially sea food. Always greated with edamame to share. Enjoyed the butterfish, meat loaf and fish sampler entrees this time. The appetizers are large enough to share and the canoe is very good, enough for 3-4 people. Side dishes are also large enough to share. You can bring your own wine and pay corkage as their wine selections are limited. Their signature cocktails are quite good. The bar happy hour from 3-6pm has discounted cocktails and appetizers, but is only available at the bar, which has limited seating. Suggest getting there early or have reservations during season, as it can become quite busy. Nice location in the Promenade Shops, which is beautifully landscaped and nice for strolling or shopping in select small shops. This is one of Roy's best locations -- consistent but a little pricey.
The food was good service was good and bad . Bad because the waiter Dropped plates from a nearby table on the floor then proceeded to dump a glass of Pinot Grigio onto my wife's lap and blouse - broken glass on the table . The staff cleaned up the mess changed the tablecloth but no management personnel appeared .
After a not so leisurely dinner we left with my wife in wine soaked clothing and sticky jewelry .
The Following day I called the manager Tina and explained the situation . She apologized for the incident and agreed to have the clothing cleaned. She also said that next time we go to Roy's to let her know and she'll take care of us .
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