About Roy's Naples
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 Naples located in Bayfront Place in Downtown Naples, featuring waterside patio dining, open air bar and a private dining room with a glass wall looking out to the water.
Naples, FL 34102
Seafood, Sushi, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Open Everyday at 3:30PM
Aloha Hour 3:30-7PM
Dinner 5PM - Close
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking Thursday - Saturday
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, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Roy’s Cooking Class Second Tuesday of each month, 10:30am – 1:00pm $39.95 Per Person (price includes lunch, wine and instruction from our Chef, excludes tax and gratuity)
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 225 guests. Full buyout also available.
Roy's Naples Ratings and Reviews
Yet another restaurant that seems to feel they are "too big" for their clients. Was there several times last year and was very satisfied. The woman at the desk had a if time attitude and just left us standing there waiting to be seated. She was annoyed when we asked about the hold up! We were celebrating two birthdays and no fuss was made -- last year we got a picture and a dessert.... another disappointment.
Food is awesome, but not sure I would hurry back!
My wife and I were dining at Roy's for Valentines Day. The service we experienced was poor. We waited for each course of food to arrive. Others seated after us at tables around us were served before us. Our waiter was no where to be seen. Our main course (salmon) was nothing special.
This was not our first time eating at Roy's! Always delicious...service excellent....great ambience. And this time we were able to dine outside which was much nicer as we could have a conversation and not have to raise our voices over the deafening crowd indoors. Will definitely return.
Waitress had an attitude. We asked about bread- no bread. She was snippy the whole evening like she did not want to be there.
2 drinks at the table were very plain- tasted like syrup. my husband asked to send it back. She did not apologize- just said everyone else likes it!
Prices are high and no bread and all - felt like a bit of a rip off.
We have been to other Roy's locations (California, and also Bonita Springs FL) and all those times the food and service were excellent. We were very disappointed with the food and service at the Naples location. We were there last Friday night. The place was less than half full. Maybe others have had similar problems.
We got there before our friends and were looking at the menu. My husband and I finally figured out that he and I had different menus. We told the waitress who looked confused. She went away and when she came back she said they changed the menus that date. She still brought back menus that did not match. The four of us had two types of menus. Once that was all straight, we ordered. The service was very slow. The appetizers were good (salads/soups/ hot appetizers).
Our main meals were just average. Nothing spectacular for the price. I ordered a shrimp dish that I've had at other Roy's and loved, but here it was luke warm and seemed to have sat a while before served. Our waitress never came to check on us after the food was delivered until we were almost done.
One in our party had a set price menu and her dessert did not come after other desserts were ordered and we had to ask for it.
Overall I was embarrassed that I had picked the place for the evening. This Roy's is not up to the standards of other locations.
We were excited to find out that Naples had a Roy's. We have been to the Orlando restaurant and have always been pleased with every aspect of our experience. We made reservations and knowing that it was an upscale restaurant, we dressed in what we thought was appropriate attire: sundresses for the women and golf attire for my husband. The hostess was quite dismissive of us and looked at us as if we were less than respectable. We were seated and ordered our entrees from a wonderful , kind waiter named Bob. He immediately made us feel comfortable. As we waited for our dinners we noticed that our waiter was serving tables from all over the dining area, as were other servers. The host brought our dinners but he was obviously upset that he did not know which dinner went to which guest. I hope that Bob did not get blamed for the mixup...he was the bright spot of the night! Food was delicious but the host and hostess need to have some training in hospitality and graciousness!! We will not return to this Roy's. We will take our money elsewhere where we are appreciated!
We were very disappointed in Roys this visit. We have dined there before and enjoyed it. This time we asked for a dinner salad. The choice was two salads, one large with additions and the other was a wedge with blue cheese. We wanted a small dinner salad. No, we don't have any. Then we asked for bread. No, we don't serve any bread. The steaks we had were tender, however, just warm. The only thing we thought was delicious was the chocolate soufflé. We would go back but only for dessert.
I've been to a number of Roy's and found this one lacking. Food was okay, but not great. The restaurant was a bit dirty and tired. The hostess was not particularly friendly and our waiter was terrible - inattentive and leaving our appetizer on the table with no plates.
Not our first time to a Roy's restaurant and it never disappoints. I had lobster bisque with curry that sounded quite different and it was delicious. My husband had lobster potstickers that were also delicious. I had Roy's Trio and it was delicious but our waitress recommended the butterfish before we ordered and my trio had butterfish. It was so delicious I wish I had ordered just butterfish. My husband had ribeye that was also very good. We will definitely go back to a Roy's again.
The food here is consistently outstanding, perfectly cooked and incredible flavors. Butterfish is my favorite, my husband said salmon was excellent. Appetizers are also superb and their happy hour is a great deal. This is one of our favorite Naples restaurants, pricey but you're getting a real treat for your money.
We are regular diners at Roys in Naples. The manager on duty recognized us. When our entrees were late arriving (not really THAT late) on a very busy Tuesday evening, she accompanied our server, apologized and comped us our entrees. We were extremely impressed by that gesture and grateful. It just reaffirmed our belief that Roy's Naples is a great dining spot.
This was our second visit and we were not disappointed. We all had a local fish dish and it was very tasty and the presentation was impressive. Our waitress was attentive and the location is impressive being next to the water.
On another point, I left my money clip which had my driver's license, credit cards and cash . As I arrived home and realized it was missing I panicked and immediately called back to the restaurant and was relieved to find out they had it and all was intact. It was good to know that honest people still are the majority.
Worse than disappointing! Wait a few weeks for the new chef.
We have been enjoying Roy's many times each year for many years.
However, that was not the case on Dec 30.
My husband and his friend ordered filet - our friend the special for $47. They asked for medium rare. Both steaks were rare - very rare. Our server explained that three chefs had left and the new one would start next week. Not sure who was cooking that night.
They asked for them to be cooked a bit longer. 15 minutes later (by now we two ladies had finished our meals - one meat, one fish - both very good) they were given completely new meals. Once again, my husband's steak was rare - almost raw. He sent it back. Our friend was hungry so he ate his medium-to-well steak that was presented.
Another 15 minutes passed and the manger brought out my husband's steak - now reduced in size! This time the meat was cooked to order: medium rare, and the manger offered to remove the item ($37) from the bill. We asked about our friend's steak and expected that meal would be removed from the bill. It was not.
Unfortunately, our friend did not speak to the manager until after he had paid. Wouldn't you expect the manager to give him a gift certificate? We did. But the manager did not. Just shrugged his shoulders.
Sadly, Roy's has dropped markedly in our minds over the last few years, saddled by inconsistent food quality and service and a menu that no longer offers the vast variety of seafood, sushi and flavors that made it a must-eat destination for us in the past. Our first several experiences at Roy's here (beginning in 2011), and later in Maui and Kauai, were delectable, special, memorable. Today, the chocolate soufflé still measures up, but that dessert alone won't be enough to entice us the next time we are in Naples.
The butterfish was outstanding, however the service was very slow, inattentive, and not particularly friendly. We waited 45 minutes for our salad then another half hour for dinner. The meals finally came after we spoke to the hostess. With all the great restaurants in Naples, Roy's better up their game.
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