In addition to fabulous weather and gorgeous beaches, Hawaii is known for its mouth-watering food. There are few other places in the world where you can find seafood as fresh as in the Aloha State and if you want to experience all the delectable goodness that this island state has to offer during your stay in your Los Angeles vacation home, then you may want to consider making a reservation at Roy’s Restaurant.
At this popular eatery, which is located at 800 South Figueroa Street in L.A, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy what has become known as Hawaiian fusion, a style of cooking that employs Hawaiian and European techniques.
The main focus of Roy’s is using ocean delicacies from around Hawaii. The crunchy golden potstickers will melt in your mouth and the blackened ahi will have you asking for more. If you are a sushi fan, don’t leave without trying sunrise at Haleakala roll, which contains tuna, hamachi, salmon, avocado and asparagus.
Along with a fabulous dinner menu is an extensive wine list. Select from various whites and reds from around the world, each of which are sure to complement the meal you ordered.
World-famous wine critic Robert Parker said, “In my opinion, Roy’s has an outstanding wine list as well as imaginative fusion style cooking.”
If you can’t make it for dinner but want to enjoy all that Roy’s has to offer, stop by the restaurant for Aloha Hour. Everyday between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., you can enjoy $6 appetizers and drinks. Whether you opt for a tempura crusted spicy ahi roll, martini or both, you’re sure to leave this upscale eatery satisfied.