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Roy's Poipu Bar and Grill
American Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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2360 Kiahuna Plantation Dr C40 Koloa, HI 96756
2360 Kiahuna Plantation Drive C40USHawaiiKoloa96756
$$$American Restaurant, BarToday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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High-end chain serving notable chef Roy Yamaguchi's Hawaiian fusion fare in a contemporary setting.- Google
"Macadamia nut tart for dessert with coffee."
"Waiters ran frantically through tables what reduced atmosphere."
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carter griffen
2 months ago
Awful does not fully describe the dinner Loud, very very poor service, meal was not edible, chairs uncomfortable. Did not eat a bit of mea land bill still came back with it being charged. I could not be less impressed with this "joint" They are doing the volume biz model but its not working. Not going to be your favorite nite in Poipu
Frank Abbott
a year ago
The two of us just returned to Roy's for dinner on our most recent visit to Poipu. The food was scrumptious - had the beet goat cheese salad as a starter and the mixed fish specialty of Roy's and the Rib's for mains. Macadamia nut tart for dessert with coffee. Service was exceptional - Dawn was our server who was helpful with the menu and a delight to have her look after us on our special night out. Overall, an exceptional dining experience and would recommend highly. Expensive but worth every penny.
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Tony Campbell
a year ago
Exquisitely designed and prepared cuisine, in a delightful open air atmosphere.
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Marco Zennaro
3 years ago
It's an expensive restaurant, but the food is quite good and flavorful. Service was great. Do not miss: chicken spring rolls (those are amazing), and the steak.
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Cassandra Dennison
a year ago
Absolutely amazing service, food was best we had on island all week! Dessert was marvelous! Water never left empty, sometimes couldn't finish it before it was filled again. Plates taken away promptly. Wonderful experience!
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Jason Long
2 years ago
The service is very good at Roys. They were quick to offer advice and they had great attitudes. The food was good for the price. I would have provided a higher score for decor if we were not seated next to the walkway at the connected shopping center.
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Paul Del Fava
2 years ago
Poor food and poor service. This is the second visit and I have to send this review! Seems like when we sat down and began our order everything went downhill. The food is overly spicy (way too hot) and spoils the flavor. Our Mahi mahi was overdone and tasted like fish sticks, but my butterfish was very well prepared. Service was severely lacking and I also overheard our neighbor sitting next to us complaining about the undercooked shrimp. For the price you pay, you are way better off going to the Beach House - hands downs. What a waste of a dinner night. We will never be back again.
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Stephen Northcutt
3 years ago
I am a big Roy's fan so I was excited about visiting. We ordered the Two Person Canoe Appetizer, Kathy had the Mauka/Makai and I had the fish duo. We also split a bottle of Carol Shelton "wild things" Zinfandel. I am sorry to report that this Roy's experience that did not satisfy. The Canoe Appetizer was fun and lots of flavors, yummm. The problem was the mains. Both of my fish were overcooked. The flavors on both mains bland except when it was over-salted. The service, terrible. When you know you are going to spend $200.00 on a couple's meal you expect them to at least fill the water glasses from time to time. And at one point our waiter (Allan A.) walked out of the restaurant and we were watching something that for all the world looked like a drug deal. He met a local guy, gave him cash, we missed the reverse handoff if in fact that is what it was and came back into the restaurant. I could have picked Red Salt or Beach House as venues so I felt terrible. A bright spot was the wine, that was nice and it was a first for me. I do intend to research Carol Shelton.
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