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.
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
Roy's has been a perennial favorite of o ...
Roy's has been a perennial favorite of ours since we first dined at one of his Hawaiian locations 10-15 years ago. We dine at the Bonita Springs restaurant annually, and like the others we have dined at, it consistently provides an exceptional dining experience across the board!!!
Eric did a great job. We were disappoint ...
Eric did a great job. We were disappointed there was only a fix price menu but it was thanksgivinge so we understood. We'll try again. Constructive criticism. Teriake and turkey don't complement each other. Our fault, we didn't read the menu as carefully as we should have. We should have had the house specialty limited menu. Again, not your fault. We should have read more carefully.
Not up to par for Thanksgiving dinner, o ...
Not up to par for Thanksgiving dinner, our server was inattentive.
We dine at Roy's quite often, never had any complaints with service or food until Thanksgiving dinner. Maybe our waitress had a long day but our expectation for good service should not be ignored. We both ordered the prix fixe turkey dinner, grilled caesar salad meant un-cut long lettuce, quite a bit of self cutting...not very attractive as presentation and the grilled portion was very burnt. 4 slices of turkey meat actually tasted like ham. The sides and desserts were good. Not sure we will ever go back for any major holidays. Causal dinner should still be ok.
Overall, the food was very good except f ...
Overall, the food was very good except for the lobster pot stickers as the filling tasted more like pork. Butter fish and tuna were our choices and they were perfect. However, there was a delay for the food. Was told there was some sort of group function which caused a backlog in the kitchen. Not impressed by that. If you can't handle a group function without causing delays for regular diners than you should not book them.
Food was good as usual however the servi ...
Food was good as usual however the service was absolutely horrible . Slow , inattentive . dishes were warm , not hot but took so long , didn't want to send back . They either need more help or better help . Roys has been high on our list since they opened in Bonita Springs . No longer . For pricey menu everything should be excellent .
We used a travelzoo voucher includes a 4 ...
We used a travelzoo voucher includes a 4 course meal we were celebrating wife's 67 th birthday. Since dessert was included in meal nothing extra offered. A bit cheap when they charge $14 a martini. They put a bowl of edamame on the table. The ladies asked for bread. They were told the edamame is what they put instead of bread , but they would get some anyway. Just say I'll get you some and keep silent. Minor sore points in an overall nice meal.
Before season dinning can be tricky. For ...
Before season dinning can be tricky. For Roy's this evening was off. The famous butter fish was fishy, served with a hard rice puck with no flavor. One of us had the boat app and loved it, but out of 4 that was the only dish that got praise. Being a chain I can't be surprised but after such a great meal last year coming back with the same couple who loved it we all walked away saying we will try another place next time.
Sorry but the food was just too heavy wi ...
Sorry but the food was just too heavy with sauces!My husbands sald was dressing with a bit of romaine. When we wanted to order desserts he waiter told us there's coconut ice cream, etc. and 2" desserts" that took 20 minutes. Guess he figured we didn't want to know what they were?! We shared the coconut ice cream which had a lousy presentation. I think our waited scooped 1 1/2 scoops in a bowl for us.
At first, we thought this wasn't going t ...
At first, we thought this wasn't going to be a great experience as the hostess tried to seat us right next to the kitchen when there were several open tables that would be much preferable. They were great accommodating our request for better seating and we enjoyed a delicious meal with superb service. We had roys combination of smaller portions of three different seafood entrees and all were excellent. We did not particularly like their version of pot stickers - just a little fried tasting. Loved the unlimited edamame and their seasoning, too!
Absolutely LOVE this restaurant! The fi ...
Absolutely LOVE this restaurant! The fish is fresh and delicious, there are no other restaurants that even come close to the creativity and freshness of the seafood! The desserts are to die for, decadent and delicious!
We often eat at Roy's and have always lo ...
We often eat at Roy's and have always loved our meals and service. This past trip we were a bit disappointed in the service we received. When we sat down we were told we would be brought Edamame and it never came. We finished our appetizers and suddenly right before our dinner was to come out we were asked "Oh did you get your Edamame"? We said it was fine at this point. We felt we had to wait to be asked for another drink and when offered desert were only offered the chocolate lava and a pineapple upside down to be put in early. I love the berry cobbler and knew this was one that is often put in early and I had to ask and was told "oh yes you can get that". I just felt service was off on this particular night but no restaurant is always spot on so we are very forgiving being they are usually perfection.
Very Poor. We have been a loyal custome ...
Very Poor. We have been a loyal customer of Roy's from the it opened in 1997. We met Roy himself three times. We even have an engraved Name Plate in our name that is placed on the table when we visit them.
Roy's has gone downhill ever since Applebee's (or their Owner) bought them out. It's food quality is at best at par with mid-class restaurants. Service - very bad.
Had dinner on 10/10/2016. The second course (Main meal) arrived a good 45 minutes after we finished our Salad or appetizer. The dessert never came. It took us 2 1/2 hrs. For all this. The server was very good and apologized but the Manger showed, even after repeated requests.
I realize one customer's comments means little to the company- but it is a warning.
The Appetizer's and sushi rolls are outs ...
The Appetizer's and sushi rolls are outstanding which may be the reason the main courses, while good, are a let down. Roy's has a nice wine list but markups are ridiculous nearing a 300% rate increase over a wine shop. I would go again with a group and just order rounds upon rounds of appetizers and drink either beer or hard alcohol.
We have been fans of Roy's for several y ...
We have been fans of Roy's for several years but our recent experience was disappointing. Apparently, there have been quite a few changes to the management and staff. Their wonderful head chef is no longer there and the management/owners have changed.
Our server was pleasant but had trouble keeping up with her tables and poured another tables wine into our glasses thus ruining our wine. In addition, many of the classic Roy's signature dishes are no longer on the menu. And last but not least, the prices have all been increased.
All in all a less than memorable experience.
We were disappointed that one of our fav ...
We were disappointed that one of our favorite restaurants has gone downhill. We have been to this restaurant many times and this time our meals were not up to par, and service was very uneven. We had to send food back because the fish wasn't cooked through. And it took forever be used the Manager decided to cook a new one entirely.
What happened? New management? Chef?
the menu and the food is truly outstandi ...
the menu and the food is truly outstanding.......a real tread.
Service was a little slow the last time we went.....needs to improve.
The other negative thing is how your cloth smell after you leave, because of the open kitchen. Everything has to go to the laundry or dry cleaner.....but again the food is outstanding and we keep coming back for it.
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