Roy's announces summer prix fixe menu

Table Talk

I've got to hand it to Roy's - they've got a PR team. Here's their latest atrociously formatted press release advertising their "summer prix fixe" menu. I'm not going to re-type it - but for $35 plus tax you get an appetizer, entree and a dessert. I guess for Roy's, that's a bargain. Anyway. Drool now over the food porn below. Then go to Roy's and let me know how good it is.


WHAT: Roy’s Summer Prix Fixe Menu
A delectable fusion of the freshest summer flavors

WHEN: Available starting June 16, 2008

MENU: First Course (Choice of One):
Nori charred Yellowfin Ahi, mirrored in a Wasabi Ogo Fusion

Japanese Pear, Baby Arugula & Chèvre Salad, with Candied Macadamia Nuts & Passion Fruit Vinaigrette

Asian Spiced Shumai Meatballs, prepared with the flavors traditionally found in the Shumai dumpling, served on a Japanese Mushroom Cassoulet

Second Course (Choice of One):
Prosciutto Wrapped Tiger Shrimp & Fried Egg Fried Rice, traditional fried rice prepared with a fried egg on top, served in a lemon, caper & herb butter

Gorgonzola & Spinach Crusted Salmon, with a Roasted Garlic Red Wine Sauce

Mongolian Grilled Top Sirloin Barbecue, with a Natural Soy Mustard Butter Sauce

Tender Braised Hawaii Kai Beef Short Ribs, with a natural braising sauce

Third Course (Choice of One)
Roy's Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé, Flourless Chocolate Cake with a Molten Hot Center served à la Mode

Sweet Summertime Strawberry Shortcake

COST: $35 per person (tax and gratuity not included)

WHERE: Roy’s
26831 South Bay Drive- Promenade
Bonita Springs 239-498-7697
475 Bayfront Place, Naples (across from Tin City)
Please visit for your nearest restaurant.

ABOUT ROY’S: First introduced in Honolulu by James Beard award winner Chef Roy Yamaguchi, Roy’s has become well known throughout the world for its Hawaiian Fusion® Cuisine featuring the freshest local ingredients, European sauces and bold Asian spices, with a focus on seafood.

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