Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Don't miss: an evening at Roy's hosted by Master Chef Roy Yamaguchi April 20, 2016
What: Roy’s Restaurant is hosting an evening of inspired cuisine, hosted and curated by Roy Yamaguchi himself. Roy will prepare an exclusive four-course dinner awakened by the abundant flavors of the Pacific Rim. Roy’s specialty menu has been beautifully paired with wines curated by Roy’s Wine Manager. For $89 before tax and gratuity, Guests will experience a night of culinary craftsmanship, featuring Kombu Cured Hokkaldo Scallops, Crispy Skin Striped Bass accompanied by a Medjoll Date Cake for dessert.
When/Where: The exclusive dinner will be offered on Wednesday, April 20 at 5 p.m. at Roy’s Orlando at 7760 W. Sand Lake Rd. Please call (407) 352-4844 to book your reservation.
Details: The four-course dinner features carefully-selected food and wine pairings, including:
· First Course: Kombu Cured Hokkaldo Scallop with Chandon, Blanc De Noir
· Second Course: Lemongrass Poached Pear Salad with Duckhorn, Sauvignon Blanc
· Third Course: Crispy Skin Striped Bass with Au Bon Climat, La Bauge Pinot Noir
· Dessert: Medjoll Date Cake served with coffee or hot tea
More info: Internationally-acclaimed Roy’s Restaurant is known for its unique and creative menu, a sensational adventure in bold flavors, and its sincere and engaging hospitality that is a welcomed escape from the ordinary dining experience. Roy’s Restaurant was born by blending two dynamic principals: delicious food and hospitality inspired by the “aloha” spirit of the Hawaiian Islands. Inspired by his Japanese roots and native Hawaiian cuisine, Master Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's Restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1988. Today there are 20 Roy’s locations in the continental United States that are owned and operated by United Ohana, LLC, another six in Hawaii, one in Guam and one in Okinawa, Japan. For more information about Roy’s Restaurant, please visit www.roysrestaurant.com.