|Pacific Rim Cosmotini|
(photo credit: Roy's)
|Misoyaki Butterfish Lettuce Wraps (photo credit: Roy's)|
|Close-up of Ebi Roll (photo credit: Roy's)|
|Full-sized Lobster Pot Pie (see slide show for size we received) (photo credit: Roy's)|
|Alaea Salt-Crusted Bone-In Ribeye (photo credit: Roy's)|
Finally, dessert, which we wanted in theory but not in practice - we were so full! The classic melting chocolate souffle and pineapple upside down cake were as delicious as ever, and always a fine way to end a meal at Roy's.
During the evening, we also had the opportunity to meet the new Chef Partner at Baltimore's Roys, Matt Ellis, who comes to us from various Roy's in Florida. He's stepped into the big shoes of Opie Crooks and Rey Eugenio and seems to be filling them well. We also had a chat with Managing Partner Bryson Keens. He revealed something big that I think we all wish we had known earlier: Roy's offers shuttle service from your home to the restaurant and back. For locals as well as tourists! This means no worrying about parking or driving home after having too many Hawaiian martinis or Mai Tais!
The photos in this post are not ours, sadly, but the work of a professional photographer. The lighting wasn't the best that night (Roy's is on the dark side) so our photos aren't of the best quality. But you can check 'em out in the slideshow below.
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