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About Roy's Jacksonville Beach
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 Jacksonville Beach located along route A1A between JT Butler Highway and Beach Blvd; featuring an exhibition kitchen with a sushi counter and two private rooms that accommodate up to 60 guests.
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Seafood, Sushi, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday at 4PM
Weekend Brunch at 11AM
Early: Daily: 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Late: Monday - Thursday: 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday - Saturday: 9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking & self parking.
Bus & local trolley stop directed in front of the restaurant
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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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 of 10 to 180 guests. Full buyout also available.
Roy's Jacksonville Beach Ratings and Reviews
The service was terrible! Our waiter was training someone and it took forever for him to return to our table. I was mid bite and the trainee grabbed my plate to take it away. I have many friends who love this restaurant for special occasions and the food was good, but the service ruined the experience for us.
The food was ABSOLUTELY phenomenal. Their price fix menu on Sunday and Monday is AWESOME. My boyfriend had the ribeye and lobster bisque, I had the ribs and mahi..delicious, dessert to die for..souffle and ice cream and key lime tart.
A must if in Jax Beach!!
Roy's never disappoints. The preparation and the food really never varies and is always mucho gusto!. We ended up sitting at the Chef's Table (which we've done many times). Great food, wine & service. A great date night with my wife who always orders the chocolate souffle or lava cake for dessert. You should put Roy's on your list if in the area.
This place is top notch! Nothing short of amazing and the staff are equally as wonderful as the food! We were only in the area for 48 hours and the best two were spent at Roys! If you need to impress or let someone know how much you care...this is easy guys!
This is a continuation from the last visit July 29th. Again woooow. But this is a bad wow. The comment from July 29th has the first part of tonight's visit (8/18/17). My goodness! I cannot even describe how bad the service was. We actually finally got our food at 915 pm. We had sushi and another dish that we said we would share. No extra plates were given. At this point we just do not want to ask because it is so frustrating. Our 10 year old stated, "Is this worth the wait?". Our server was running around and very overwhelmed so we did not even bother to call him. We were partial about coming back but the last part of the dinner sealed it to never coming back. It was the worst service ever. What ever happened to warm welcome and the team being proactive? It is like eating in a whole in a wall place. Only reason is we are paying top dollars to have a really bad service.
We visited Roy's for a birthday celebration. It was very crowded and extremely loud. We were seated immediately,( thank you open table), the service was extremely slow and unpleasing. The food was amazing as always but a dinner for two took two hours due to the service. I am not sure if we were being waited on by a trainee or if the kitchen was behind. Hope things begin to run smoothly again soon.
Food and service were outstanding. Only complaint was only received 4 scallops for $32. Roy's can do better than That. How about 6 or scallops. The four fish was excellent however $48 was over priced
The happy hour and new seating at the bar is very nice
The waitress was excellent and very accommodating. Provided free desserts to grand children and wife for birthday
This place is great for happy hour, dinner, special night out with friends and family.
Food is always consisted and the service is excellent. The only draw back is that it is not handicap accessible. Meaning they do not have a handicap ramp you must go to the end of the strip mall where the handicap ramp is located for the entire walkway.
Woooow..... and no this is not a good wow. This is our second visit after the restaurant was revamped. (We have been coming here for years and always received great service until now) We first visited July 29th and we were very understanding on that last visit. Maybe the team is new and still learning. We waited quite a bit (30 mins) before we asked our order on our first visit and overall poor service. Food was great and our server was very nice. Those are the only two things that is great about this place.
Now let us fast forward today. We were seated at 801pm and it started right there... I sat on a dirty/used napkin on my chair. The hostess was apologetic but it was kinda gross. Right now it is 842 pm. We had our main dish order taken at 840 pm and we sat down at 801pm. We are bloated from drinking water and waiting. Granted we got our appetizers (edamame and lobster bisque) at 820 pm. Our server seemed very flustered and just overwhelmed. We stated that we are ready to put in our order at 834 and we asked about the new roll that they have and it might be in the bar menu. If you do the math, it took him another 6 mins just to grab the menu. Oh, lets not forget giving us the edamame with no extra plate to put the pods so we have to put the pods on the table and once we are finished with the other plate we picked up all our pods and place them on the empty plate. Mind you there were five of us so just imagine the piles we have on our table. It is now 9 pm and we still do not have our food. We are still drinking our water and tea. I don't have any doubt that food will be amazing. From where I am sitting my observation is everybody is running around and that is including our server. When we ask questions they seemed to be all in a hurry and talking while walking away at the same time. For management.... what happened to the team? They do not have time to even answer simple questions. They are running around like crazy people. Still waiting for our food.
One of our favorite restaurants in Jacksonville. Awesome seafood. Great environment. Service excellent. Food is awesome. Drinks fabulous as well, great cocktails, especially the Mai Tai. Also a terrific wine list. This occasion found out they also have an outstanding kid's menu.
Roy's has been a favorite go to restaurant for years but I am not pleased with recent changes. Bring back the white linen tablecloths. Menu has been condensed. Sushi offerings may be expanded but Auntie roll was disappointing-very mushy. Our waitress was very pushy trying to sell a premium bottle of wine.
One of the best in Jax. I'd again place Roy's in my Top 5 list - the return visit had us uncorking a bottle of Belle Glos, which was the perfect pairing with some signature lobster potstickers. Simply amazing.
Our entrees consisted of well plated Salmon (both medium) and a 12oz signature steak. The upside down pineapple tart was scrumptious. Our evening at Roys ended with two 20 year old Tawney Ports. As always, Mahalo
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