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.
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 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, Takeout, 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
"A total disaster!! I feel totally rippe ...
"A total disaster!! I feel totally ripped off!
My husband & I invited friends as a thank you gift. The music was standard radio or mall music & much too loud.
The waiter was busy getting us going fast, so it wasn't relaxing - however, granted, it may be their style to set up guests fast in season, but restaurant was empty & we felt rushed.
There is no bread or anything to snack on with the drinks. It feels rather basic, not welcoming & not cozy at all. The world has tons of interesting healthy breads & dips!
I wanted a simple house salad that is not on the menu since they are all more elaborate & too heavy for my stomach. Waiter had to ask the kitchen, but was eventually able to comply - although not friendly.
The appetizer for our friend looked like 3 pieces of meat-bones with nothing else in the plate. I thought it was for a dog. 😳
We had 3 main dishes of scallops for $33 each: Each had 3 scallops on the plate with a stripe of fat simmering bacon underneath & a small spoon of mashed potatoe under the bacon. The taste was awful - although we ate since we were hungry. Since I was still hungry, my other friend offered me parts of her ugly looking chicken dish that included two half chicken pieces she stoked around in because they looked bland & totally un-appetizing as they were upside down on the plate with things sticking out. It tasted equally as awful & we both had diarrhea afterwards. I am still totally upset that we wasted so much money in that restaurant! I just returned from Europe and may have had too high an expectation, but Roy's claims to be a top restaurant in Naples!
But that night, it felt like the cook was ill & the wait stuff had to wing it & cooked themselves.
Thank God, Naples has to offer more interesting restaurants than this trap!!
I went to Yabba's Island Grill the next night & enjoyed a very interesting creative island cuisine with various flavors there for the same price.
Naples Resident for 14 years!"
What happened to Roys? No need to answe ...
What happened to Roys? No need to answer - I know that they were bought out 2 years ago. Unfortunately the new owners are letting the quality standards slip. We have been patrons of Roy's for over 15 years. We've been to the Roy's in Maui, San Fran, Scottsdale, Sarasota and to both locations near Naples. The food, which used to be delicious, has changed. The recipes may look the same, but the execution was off. The Kung Pao calamari came unevenly sauced, as if the kitchen had not tossed it together. They skimped on the peanut and cilantro garnish, which gives the dish it's pop. I had the seafood sampler, which at $42 should have been amazing. Everything was bland and boring. The crab cake was a glob of breading with bits of crab. The risotto looked good, but had no flavor. My husband got his favorite, the butterfish. He said that the fish was as tasty as ever, but the bok choy side, which used to be baby bok choy and braised and grilled to make it delicious, is now tasteless. We were seated next to an employee service area which was easily seen by patrons. There were sticky letters on the wall that were supposed to say "Wall of Fame". Someone had removed one letter and it said "Wall of F*me." I wish I'd seen this before we spent over $250 on a dinner for 3.
We went to Roy's again with friends. We ...
We went to Roy's again with friends. We always love going there, though it is a bit farther than our usual sites.
Food is great and unusual. Service was fantastic with our waiter tending to our every whim.
Highly recommended. Thanks!
Excellent presentation of dinner. Creati ...
Excellent presentation of dinner. Creative blending of fish,vegetable and potato, a most delicious flavor. Exceptional special. Nice ambiance for
a special occasion.A bit too dark for someone with vision difficulty.
We have visited this location once befor ...
We have visited this location once before and have been to the Bonita Springs location multiple times. The food is always creative and tasty. Their menu varies so there is always something new to try. The service is efficient and professional.
We were very disappointed in our food th ...
We were very disappointed in our food this visit. The Butterfish has always been one of their best entrees, but it was very disappointing this trip. We have been frequent customers at this restaurant, but after this last visit we will not hurry back. The quality of the entrees has gone down, but not the price.
We were celebrating a friend's birthday. ...
We were celebrating a friend's birthday. The ambiance was peaceful and very nice, the service was impeccable, and the food was delicious. We keep coming back to dine because of the wonderful experiences we have had.
Besides an excellent selection of fish a ...
Besides an excellent selection of fish and seafood, they went out of their way to make our 34th wedding anniversary memorable. Upon being seated at our booth, we opened the menu books to find a wonderful full page poem (as part of the book) celebrating our anniversary and wishing us many more. Our server, Cody, was excellent ... being attentive without being annoying. Besides Cody, the hostess and the general manager stopped by our booth to give us their well wishes. And the photo of us enclosed in a frame was a nice touch. We are full-time Naples residents and have dined at every "A level" restaurant in greater Naples. Our experience at Roy's Bayfront Restaurant ranks as one of the most memorable. Other "A level" Naples restaurants could learn a thing or two from these folks as to what it takes to get return customers. We'll be back ... plenty!
Nice location overlooking the bay. We w ...
Nice location overlooking the bay. We were going to eat in the restaurant but ended up eating dinner at the bar overlooking the bay. We found Roy's in Naples quieter this visit vs noisy several years ago. Food was very good. Mine was fixed a little different than the Roy's located in Bonita Springs. I would recommend either happy hour or dining here.
Greeted as soon as we entered, offered ...
Greeted as soon as we entered, offered a choice if seats. Server was very knowledgable, attentive and gave impeccable service.
Drinks, were offered and given in a timely manner and kept filled.
Starters delievered one was wrong but my partner did order one thing then changed her mind. Server immediately came and apologised and took responsibility, very refreshing attitude.
Presentation was outstanding, hot was hot cold was cold. Well seasoned and cooked to perfection, the main course was the same.
Dessert offered but we had left no room, check was presented and dealt with promptly.
It was a pleasent evening, I am a European Chef of 45 years and would recommend Roy's.
My thanks to the Kitchen Brigade and front of house staff.
We were celebrating two Birthdays and have been to your Bonita Springs several times on other trips. On those occasions the Bonita Springs location offered a complimentary Birthday Desert(Chocolate Soufle) and a Photo of the Group in a Roy's Restaurant Frame and this Restaurant offer No Special Amenities.
The Prices are little high compared to what you receive(appetizers & entrees).
Wonderful food! Our waiter however went ...
Wonderful food! Our waiter however went from attentive to annoying. Polite but aggressive - He needs to take a deep breath & let the customer control the pace! Overall....lovely restaurant & a nice outside dining area with a water view.
Great meal and lovely atmosphere. Servi ...
Great meal and lovely atmosphere. Service was good but not overly attentive (no request for refilling drinks, thumbs on plates while serving). The main course showed up very quickly after the appetizers had been cleared leaving us feeling a bit rushed. The food however was really tasty and looked lovely too. We'll definitely try it again.
Good food with an attitude
Our food and wine was very good but very expensive. My $36.00 entire did not even come with a house salad which I received at a $10.00 premium.
Our waiter was very short with us when we asked why happy hour was only present in the outside bar area. This could have been explained to us at the door.
Dinner and happy hour visit
Nice to be back at Roy's. No hassles with changing our dining time as a result of late arrival in town. Thanks. Great cocktail and gin and tonic; then a nice spot outside to watch the post Kentucky Derby fashionistas.
Enjoyed the appetisers, then the Trio and shellfish special were superb. Good match with Roy's Chardonnay. Monkfish was the standout of the 3 fish options, and the lobster tail on the other dish was cooked superbly.
Roy's is a regular go-to in Hawaii, so when we saw they had a restaurant in Naples we were swayed to try this restaurant. Will be back to their Oahu restaurant in early June!
Thanks and Cheers.
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