What an Awesome experience! We have been to different Roy's locations and had wonderful experiences, but this location way surpassed our expectations. The calamari was like the wagu beef of appetizers. I have NEVER like calamari because it's chewy. This was absolutely the best calamari I have ever eaten, and everyone dining with me agreed. We had 4 different entrées and each one was absolutely amazing. We also tasted the 4 different deserts and agreed that No. 1 was the chocolate lava cake....always favorite! The service was exceptional, our server knew what wine to pair with our entrées before we even asked. I very much look forward to visiting this location again.
Outstanding and friendly staff. The food was very good, but I'm not sure it matches the price. I've had better $60 steaks than this $90 one. The menu is abbreviated right now, so there are only a half dozen options. The short rib entre was great, but the blackened ahi was only okay.
Food was excellent.. Ambiance left little to be desired. I think they may be remodeling. However, they could have put tablecloths on to spruce up the place. Their staff needs to be trained on service. We were ready to leave when our waiter finally showed up. He did an awesome job describing the dishes, so we stayed. Then waited another 15 minutes for our drinks..
Disappointment! I’ve been to the Roy’s in Carmel and it was exceptional. The Roy’s in Maui, Hawaii is so sad. The place looked old, dirty and the food was not so great. I loved our waitress. She was lively and attentive. For the price I expected a better ambiance and flavor in the food. And to top it off, they didn’t accept our gift cards because they said it was only valid in the main land. The gift card said they were valid anywhere in the US except Japan and Guam. Hawaii is part of the US last time I checked.
Roy's is a Hawaii institution and a solid choice for a special occassion lunch or dinner at an upscale location. To be sure, you will pay for this, and it will add up quickly, what with a drink, appetizer, entree, dessert, and you're a stone's throw away from $100 per person. The fish is the way to go. The steaks aren't bad, but given the tourist prices at Roy's one can easily find MUCH better on the mainland.