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About Roy's Las Vegas
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 Las Vegas located about 1 1/2 miles east of the famous Las Vegas Strip, on Flamingo Rd. featuring an exhibition kitchen, chef’s /sushi counter, rooms for private events, and a spacious dining room.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Seafood, Sushi, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday at 4PM
Aloha Hour 4-7PM
Dinner 5PM - Close
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet, Self Parking, Free-Standing Building
Flamingo/Paradise- in front of Terrible’s Casino
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, 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 of 10 to 300 guests. Full buyout also available.
Roy's Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
We were in Vegas for vacation with kids and another family. We needed to get off the strip for a good meal (as the strip was very disturbing to the young teens at night). Roy's allowed for a fantastic dinner for 9 of us, off the strip, and had many healthy choices. But mostly, there was no rush and the food was absolutely fresh and fantastic as it has been at the other Roy's we've been to. Our server was accommodating and friendly to say the least. Such an enjoyable experience and one of the highlights of the portion of the vacation we were in Vegas.
I have frequented Roys over the last 10 years for special occasions, date night with my husband and even had our wedding reception there, the last two years we have been very disappointed in the food and service. This last visit which will be our last I order half chicken and shrimp, the chicken was extremely dry and the shrimp had no flavor. Service used to be awesome and now it's nothing in comparison.
We came in last minute and they were able to accommodate us. Our server Michelle was professional and personable. She made sure everything was delivered as ordered. We had the Lobster Dumplings, The Blackened Ahi , and the Rib Eye with pancetta herb demi-glace. As we were dining, we noticed that all of the staff was very attentive. Even the bus boy was exceptional at doing his job, taking special care as he cleared and reset tables. Will def recommend to others when they visit LV, especially if they want something a little quieter, off the strip.
Excellent food and ambiance. Bar service was perfect. Our table server, however, spoke WAY TOO FAST, that we had to ask her to repeat herself. She didn't check back to our table enough, one in our party did not receive their dessert, only until we flagged her down was that addressed! That was disappointing.
We are loyal guests at Roys no matter which city we are in. We will continue to visit, hoping we have better table service next time.
Our server, Ian, made our dining experience one of the best I've ever had. The food was excellent, and he helped us with decisions on wine and entrees. Friendly, unobtrusive, and quick with a smile, he pushed our meal from excellent to outstanding. Would love to dine here again with him as our server.
Lobster bisque was amazing, and slightly spicy. Misoyaki butterfish was perfectly cooked and melt in your mouth delish! The chocolate souffle is perfect to split....decadence at it's finest. Reggie provided excellent service. All the staff were friendly and welcoming. Fantastic evening!
Great friendly waiter Kevin. Really took the time to cater to our 3-year old (replaced with a plain salmon steak rather than the teriyaki marinated salmon). Thank you. On the bad note, my Chef's Laura's Trio (salmon, ahi n butterfish) was sub-par. Flavor was there, cooked perfectly but just didn't wow. It's average. Now rib-eye, 14 oz very thin cut that made the steak over cooked. Kevin made sure that "medium, hot red center" while my wife ordered and agreed! Wifey ate the outer part for it's the perfectly cooked part but middle was medwell plus if not dead! I believe this is due to thin cut rib eye. Definitely the value is not in this restaurant but we weren't looking for value, we were looking for quality and wow factor (being our first time @ Roy's) but did not deliver. Unfortunately will not be coming back here. FYI if a busser refills a water glass forcing the whole pitcher of ice into the glass just to make it look full, because the laziness of refilling the pitcher with water is not a smart work ethic. Specially if one ended up dropping few ice cubes on the floor and left un-cleaned almost the whole duration of our meal until we left. Lack of pride in this place and definitely not impressed and still have room for improvement. Thank you for the opportunity.
Food is outstanding. Had to rate service low because they knocked my drink over on me when serving my food. They did comp my drink, but, never mentioned the cleaning bill for my dress pants, pretty cheap of them I thought, as well as, no manager ever came by to apologize. Maybe the staff kept it quiet.
Very good to Excellent. 4.5 stars. Longer review: We have been to Roy's dozens of times here in Vegas and around the country. It is one of our "go-to" places off the strip and has never disappointed. We came a day after Valentines Day, so the restaurant was quiet, but our service and food were excellent. We had our own private "booth", and started with cocktails followed by the balsamic calamari for an appetizer. Excellent, just the right amount of "spice and heat" on the calamari. The entrees were the nori wrapped Mahi, along with the teppanyaki shrimp. Nothing left on the plate and we are not big people. Both were cooked perfectly and very tasty. Another enjoyable evening at Roy's. Note: For wine lovers, we noticed the "high end" wines by the glass which were missing the last time we were here. A nice touch, we will try it next time. Thank you Roy's!
I originally chose Roys for a valentines/ anniversary date because of the menu I read online. My boyfriend and I love Hawaiian fusion so I was excited to try certain things. When we got to the restaurant, we were sat immediately (amazing!) We had a booth in a perfect spot. Our server was personable and very attentive. The downfall came with the limited menu, which is understandable for a big day such as valentine's, but there wasn't anything I was dying to try. The kitchen was busy so our meal from beginning to end, totaled out to 3 hours. Overall my experience was great because of the staff and accomidations, I just wasn't satisfied when it came down to the food which was mostly due to a busy night.
Roys is generally a very nice place to eat. The waiter was first class. The food was exceptional although the Roys on Maui is one small cut above this one. The chocolate soufflé at the Las Vegas location wasn't quite the caliber of the Maui soufflé. It was delicious just one step below. That's all. I'm not knocking the Vegas location I'm just praising the Maui location. The scallops were exceptional and the pineapple upside down cake was delicious. My friends said the beef was top quality. I highly recommend Roy wherever you may go.
The dining area was a little crowded, tables too close together. The servers were unable to easily pass between our party and the table directly behind us. Service was great -- our waiter Ian took care of us as well as the supporting staff. Food was good and consistent to what I expect of a Roy's restaurant.
Upside down pineapple cake and butterfish.
Roys is always a go to when I'm visiting. This time wasn't as good as others as there seemed to be some hiccups on the kitchen or with the sever making sure our meals came out at the same time. The quality of the food and drinks lived up to Roy's high standards.
The appetizers were excellent. The service was very poor. We ordered appetizers and received them timely. We ordered our entrées at the same time as the appetizers but after 1 hour and 30 minutes still did not receive our entrées. We were told several times by the waiter dinner would be served in 5 minutes. After waiting 1 hour and 30 minutes the manger and he told us it would be another 20 minutes we decided to leave. The manager apologized and did not charge us for the appetizers but we did not eat dinner. It was after 10:00 PM when we left. The quality of the appetizers warrants another trip back to Roy's to see if the entrée issue was an exception and not the service norm. From purely a quality perspective Roy's would be a 5 star rating but waiting 1 hour and 30 minutes at the table and not receiving entrées is not acceptable. This was a business dinner that did not include dinner.
We arrived late at 9:15 so it's understandable for service to be a little slow. The bartender actually ended up being our server once the staff sorted out who wanted to take the last table of the night. Once he took over, the meal was flawless from end to end. They were even out of the first item I ordered, the osso bucco, but I was referred to a bacon and parm crusted salmon filet with a clam chowder sauce that just blew me away. The cocktails were great, they had a great wine list, of which the bartender/server was very knowledgeable. This experience could have easily been botched by the staff with nobody really wanting to take our table at first, but they really knocked this out of the park. I won't go to Vegas again without visiting Roy's. P.s.- make sure you order the pineapple upside down cake with the coconut ice cream.
Food was excellent as usual at roys. Service was not great. Kevin our server seemed over whelmed with the workload. We ordered edamame when we order our cocktails and they did not arrive until after the appetizer because I had to remind him again.
I will return to roys because I love the food but if I return to the Las Vegas location I will try to avoid Kevin as our server.
Have been to Roys before so we looked for one in Vegas. The service was amazing. Our food took a while to make it to our table and then it was room temperature, however, the manager and staff made it right and was over the top apologetic and comped our two meals. Overall a great experience and I would go back. They were extremely busy and had many big parties.
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