Orlando, Florida - Roy's Hawaiian Fusion Restaurant - 2011 Trip

Roy's Hawaiian Fusion Restaurant, located at 7760 West Sand Lake Road, provides an inviting, vibrant atmosphere that brings a little extra energy to diners. The servers are very friendly and helpful. The menu doesn't provide much information in regards to vegetarian dishes, so diners must ask the server. The server, however, was more than happy to provide vegetarian options when asked. Our table split the vegetable spring rolls, and everyone enjoyed them. I ordered the mango mojito. While it tasted okay, it would've benefited from a little more mango puree. My entree was the portobello mushrrooms with vegetables. The chef opted without prompting to add greens to my entree as I'd requested it without the cheese that normally accompanied it. The dish including the greens was excellent.  My husband had a fish dish that he said was tasty though he wished he'd realized it came with bacon, so he could've requested the bacon be omitted.  The table split the chocolate souffle with vanilla ice cream. It was quite delicious. The restaurant became a bit too loud for comfortable conversation as the evening progressed. The temperature seemed to drop steadily from the time we arrived until we finally left. I was shivering by this point. I understand the need for air conditioning in Florida, but this was excessive. The manager inquired about our satisfaction with the meal toward the end of it. Overall, in spite of the cold and the loud moments, Roy's served food that I would enjoy eating again.


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