About Roy's Orlando
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 your join us at Roy's Orlando located on Sand Lake Road at Dr. Phillips Boulevard, featuring Roy's signature exhibition kitchen and two private rooms that can accommodate up to 55 guests.
Seafood, Sushi, Steakhouse
Hours of Operation:
Open Mon-Fri for lunch 11AM
Aloha Hour 4-7PM
Dinner 5PM - Close
Dr Phillips Blvd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bus Parking Welcome
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 event of 10 to 250 guests. Full buyout also available.
Roy's Orlando Ratings and Reviews
Service was a little lax as compared to ...
Service was a little lax as compared to other visits. VERY noisy. Need some sound attenuation! This is a consistent issue every time I go. By the middle of the meal I am anxious to leave. Can't even hear my wife speak to me across the table.
We had a great evening at Roy's. The foo ...
We had a great evening at Roy's. The food is stellar and the service is always top notch. I would highly recommend! They have after 9:00 happy hour pricing on many of the appetizers and drinks. The atmosphere has a sophisticated vibe but with plenty of energy. Definitely a go!
Not what it used to be.
My husband and I received a promotion in the mail and decided to go. We haven't been to Roy's in about 2 years, but we used to love it. Overall we felt that dining experience was just OK. Our souffle was already cracked when it got to the table, and our ice cream had chunks of ice in it. The rest of our food was fine, but not necessarily worth the money. Our server made good recommendations, but he was a bit over the top and literally too hands-on. The ambiance just wasn't as nice as we remember it being. With all of the other nice restaurants in town around the same price point, we most likely will not be returning to Roy's.
Great evening at Roy's
Great service from the moment we walked in. We were dining with our son (10) and everyone from the hostess to the bartender went out of their way to talk to him. Wait service was also fantastic. Food was fresh, unique and different Hawaiian Fusion. Will definitely be back!
Our server asked us if we wanted dessert ...
Our server asked us if we wanted dessert immediately after setting down our plates for dinner. It was embarrassing and we were disappointed, especially given our experience at other locations.
The food is excellent - however, the se ...
The food is excellent - however, the server was a big busy body constantly interrupting our conversation. She was either rearranging our cutlery or topping up glasses when not needed. As it was a business meal - this was highly annoying.
First time visiting the Orlando location ...
First time visiting the Orlando location. We've dined in the Maui and the Big Island locations which were Fantastic! Our experience was extremely disappointing from the service to the appetizer (we ordered the canoe) and our entrees were mediocre. The steak was medium and yet...chewy, fatty, bland and not good at all. The shrimp was rubbery and just overcooked. The best item on the plate were the potatoes. To say we were beyond disappointed and will probably never return is an understatement.
Not a fan. Extremely noisy (no music ju ...
Not a fan. Extremely noisy (no music just noise). Pretty expensive. The food would justify the price if the service and setting of the place would be up to par. They are not...
Pity for the kitchen...
No Place for romantic dinner either...
This was our first experience with Roy's ...
This was our first experience with Roy's but it will not be our last. We took my mother there for Mother's Day as we knew she loves Hawaiian food and she raved about the meal and even went so far as to say that the Hawaiian Butterfish was the best piece of fish she has ever eaten. Our waitress was very friendly and efficient. In fact everyone we encountered there was very friendly. I believe they all had the "aloha spirit" and it was such a pleasure to be around them. Made our celebration even that much happier.
Healthy, good tasting meals here
From the beginning Seasons 52 has focused on fresh and healthy meals that utilize the foods of the season. Putting that together with great flavors takes it over the top.
The Palm Beach Gardens location of this organization has the added benefit of being situated on the intercoastal waterway, so your lunch or dinner experience will have the optical enjoyment of many boats passing by while you dine.
I am going back!
Great food but service was not good
I took my wife to Roy's for her birthday. She loves the food there and the drinks. However, on this occasion, the event was ruined by a waiter that was most interested in turning tables than our dinning experience. I racked up a 240.00 tab and all he could do was offer to try help us move meal along by suggesting he could bag our wine for us rather than allowing us to enjoy it. He has us out of there in less than 50 minutes from beginning to end. I would take sip of wine and he would be topping it off. We were just drinking fast enough for him. The offer to bag the wine so we could leave quicker was the topper. I kept telling him that we wanted to pace ourselves and enjoy dinning but he just kept pushing. He just ruined a special evening while I took a hit to the pocket book.
best of Roys
Eat at Roys throughout Hawaii and also in Phoenix and while I always enjoy earing there, to me, this was our best Roy's experience food wise and the setting is excellent with both booth and table sittings. Beware though it shares a strip mall with numerous other restaurants and you can drive right by the restaurant without seeing any sign - I did it 3 times before I got wise and asked. Like all Roys it has the classic dishes with the exception of the meatloaf but was told they would prepare it if you called a few days ahead. Also like Roys everywhere there is no bread which I think is a shame as you have nothing to mop up the great sauces. We could not resist having two of the Classics - Mahi Mahi and Seared Ahi and I samples an appetizer I believe is unique to this branch. It includes melted Brie and a hot sauce that may reflect the chefs New Orleans heritage. All were excellent and especially the Mahi Mahi that is easyy to overcook but was perfectly cooked thru but stll moist in the center. The only disappointment was the the Crème Brulee dessert that was suppose to be flavored with white chocolate and Grand Marnier. I think there might have been a hin of the Grand Marnier but the white chocolate was MIA. Service was also excellent and the Mgr was quick to remove the dessert from thee bill.
Fish dishes were excellent! Steak was ...
Fish dishes were excellent! Steak was average (according to my husband who is comparing it to the likes of Morton's and Del Frisco's). Service was great. The waitstaff really catered to our children, which was much appreciated. Molten lava cake is the best there is! We'll definitely be back! (And maybe next time my DH will order fish at a fish place.)
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