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.
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
Complimentary Valet, Self Parking, Free-Standing Building
Flamingo/Paradise- in front of Terrible’s Casino
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
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
Roy's is ALWAYS amazing! Their Aloha Ho ...
Roy's is ALWAYS amazing! Their Aloha Hour is perfect - generous portions of some of their favorite small plates and wonderful drink specials. We came to celebrate a birthday, and ended up hanging out in the bar area for Aloha Hour, drinks, and a special order Souffle. SOOOOOO Good! We make a point of going to Roy's if we are ever in a city where one is located. I highly recommend this place!
The Server was great. Thecooks couldnot ...
The Server was great. Thecooks couldnot figure out how to get 10 people's food prepared. Itwas6:00reservation and theplatesdidnotcomeuntil7:40. It was reallybad. Therewere NO OTHER people in the restaurant. Sucha bummer that they had such trouble that night.
Some old menu items were not available. ...
Some old menu items were not available. They were not able to prepare a plain green salad so had to by-pass that. Rib eye stake was fatty and was only able to eat half of it at a high price. It was our 50th anniversary and the took a comp photo of us, which was awful and then they tried to charge its cost on my bill until I complained as we didn't order it. Have to think twice as to going back.
Been to several Roy's locations and this ...
Been to several Roy's locations and this one was off its game. The food was just OK, but the pacing of the meal was poor. The server seemed indifferent and seemed more intent on chatting with her co-workers than attending to her table(s). The restaurant was 20% full (should have been the first red flag) so it wasn't like there was competition for attention. Roy's is usually a treat for us too.
My husband & I had a fabulous anniversar ...
My husband & I had a fabulous anniversary dinner @ Roys. From the moment we got there to the moment we left, they made it a truly memorable evening. Roys never let's us down & this time was no exception. The food was amazing, the service impeccable & the little things they did to make our evening one to remember were magical. Truly an anniversary dinner for the books.
We go to Roy's every year on June 24th t ...
We go to Roy's every year on June 24th to commemorate our anniversary. The romance started in Honolulu 39 years ago. Roy's is a reminder of the best of Hawaii. Great food with a real island flair and service to match.
We are looking forward to next year if not sooner.
Short Version: Solid 4+ stars. Never d ...
Short Version: Solid 4+ stars. Never disappoints. Longer version: We travel extensively and have been to many Roy's including the local one in Las Vegas. It may not have the exact ambiance of the Poipu Hawaii location or Waikiki, but Roy's always does a very good to excellent and consistent job, and has become one of our go-to places in Vegas off the Strip. We had the local salad with the ribs appetizer and shared the teppanyaki shrimp as the entree. Nothing left - all gone - very tasty. We always sit at the bar and sometimes during happy hour it does get crowded. Good for groups in their private rooms as we have had functions there in the past. Nice place - we would go back.
First time to Roy's and it was delicious ...
First time to Roy's and it was delicious. The service was wonderful. We ordered the Canoe for an appetizer which had a selection of a fried tuna roll, chicken satay, Korean spareribs, lobster potstickers, and filet. We ordered the Trio fish selection and it had salmon, mahi mahi and the butter fish. My favorite was the butter fish and my wife like the mahi mahi. All in all it was a fabulous dinner.
I am a big Roy's fan. I live close to t ...
I am a big Roy's fan. I live close to the one in Ko Olina and love to go there.
This Roy's was so bad. We had scallops and ahi and both were terrible. It is off the strip and has easy parking but the interior vibe is not great.
I would find somewhere else with all the choices in Las Vegas.
I had a fantastic time with my business ...
I had a fantastic time with my business group. The bar beforehand was fantastic. We had a brazilian cocktail was dream like. The food was good, the attendants were attentive and just overall fabulous. I will happily come back again and again.
I have dined in other Roy's locations, b ...
I have dined in other Roy's locations, but the Las Vegas one was just so-so. Meal portions were skimpy, but the service was very good. I'd go back, but it wouldn't be my first choice in a city full of great restaurants...
Roy's After a 3 Year Break
We went back to Roy's after a 3 year break. My nephew wanted to go to Roy's after his high school graduation - that was our motivation. The food was about like we remembered it, good but not great. The price point is reasonable for what you get. The wait staff did a great job keeping drinks full and clearing plates. The only real negative of the night was the time between courses. The kitchen was REALLY SLOW; with dinner taking well over two hours.
A very nice dinner!
Our server was very knowledgeable about the food and wine. The menu options provided a wonderful selection of familiar but slightly eclectic. We enjoyed the edamame, bisque, roll, shellfish sampler and butterfish. Our time was limited so we chose Roy's for the seafood options, and we weren't disappointed!
Friday night dinner
Out visit to Vegas coincided with a friend's conference. We had not seen each other in 10 years and wanted a restaurant with great food, quiet atmosphere and no rush. That ruled out most of the Strip. Roy's delivered on all counts.
We thoroughly enjoyed our almost 3 hour dinner and were never rushed by the staff. Every recommendation was excellent, from cocktails to entrees to dessert. We explained the circumstances of the visit and we were given a corner table with no one nearby. But we were never forgotten.
Menu recommendation. butterfish. It was fantastic.
Waiter asked at the appropriate time if we might want the chocolate soufflé, given the additional time required to make it. It was very but the waiter insisted it didn't "look right " so did not charge for it.
We could not have made a better choice. Not our first visit and won't be our last.
Not what I expected
I have been in other Roy's in the past, This location looked like all other restaurants but the service was very slow. The waitress tried her best, but she was alone, completely understaffed. She actually did a great job, considering the number of tables she was taken care of, and that she was also the cashier. Food was ok, nothing extraordinary.
What Roy's does with fish is so amazing it must sinful, especially the butter fish . Best menu entree is the Trio. Lobster potstickers are wonderful. Every item is presented beautifully. Save room for dessert. The chocolate souffle is scrumptious. The homemade ice creams and sorbet are delightful. This is favorite place.
It has been a while since dinning at thi ...
It has been a while since dinning at this restaurant chain as a number of them no longer exist in various places around main land US, especially on the east coast. That said, this location is off the BLVD making it a bit more difficult to get to as you have to travel by car. On balance a less than average experience, while the wait staff was knowledgeable, courteous and efficient, the food was just ok. Unfortunately, this restaurant has become just another place to eat with nothing special to offer, especially in light of so many more interesting choices in Las Vegas. For those reading this review please don't think I'm hating on this chain. As a previous Roy's loyalist, we chose the restaurant thinking we could recapture what we had discovered from this chain many years ago during a vacation to Hawaii and also found in other locations on main land US. The food back in the day was amazing and the dinning experience was special. However, this most recent experience reaffirmed that unfortunately this chain and this location in particular falls way short of what it used to be.
I have been to Roy's many times, primarily the Hawaii locations. It was nice to find the same excellent service and delicious food in a new city. I brought clients to the LV location - it was excellent though perhaps more dark inside than the other Roy's I have enjoyed.
Roy's never disappoints. Excellent food & service.
Roy's is a must on every trip we take to Vegas. My 2 all-time favorites are the Szechuan ribs appetizer and the chocolate souffle for dessert- you can't miss with those 2 items. The menu changes seasonally, but we've never had a bad dish.
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