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Asian Fusion Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PM
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575 Mission St San Francisco, CA 94105
575 Mission StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94105
$$$Asian Fusion Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant
Asian Fusion Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Hawaiian Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PMThursday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PMFriday 5–11PMSaturday 5–11PMSunday 5–9PMMonday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–2PM, 5–10PM
Roy's Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine promises one of the most unique fine dining experiences available. Escape to paradise and experience the finest cuisine deliciously wrapped in a Hawaiian state of mind.
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High-end chain serving notable chef Roy Yamaguchi's Hawaiian fusion fare in a contemporary setting.- Google
"The butter fish and chocolate soufflé are amazing."
"They call themselves Hawaiian fusion, but I'd say it's more pan-Asian fusion."
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Mason Frazee
2 months ago
Great place for dinner. Was really impressed with a fish sampler they had. Mixed drink was on point too. If I wasn't filled up from happy hour I probably would have hung at the bar for awhile after dinner.
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Alton Yu
7 months ago
Been here 4-5 times in both San Francisco and Oahu. I loved both and have never had a bad experience here. I really liked the lobster dumplings in the past, but for some reason, this last time, it felt a little heavy (not that it tasted bad - just not as good as I had remembered it to be). Everything else I got was spot on though. They've got some of the best seafood or I've had.
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Victoria P.
a year ago
My family and I were staying at the Marriott, which is where the restaurant is. It was our first night of our San Diego vacation, so we decided to eat somewhere close and high-end. We ordered a lot of things. What stood out was the ahi tuna with wonton chips, the mac and cheese, the shrimp with kimchi rice, the butterfish, and the pineapple upside down cake. The tuna used was top grade. The fish was firm and went well with the salty wonton chip. The mac and cheese was delicious, especially because of the truffle. My sister enjoyed her shrimp with kimchi rice. I'm not a fan of kimchi, but she said it wasn't strong. The butterfish was delicate and went well with the sauce it came with. It was a balance of flavors that didn't overwhelm the fish. And though the menu recommends the chocolate cake, the pineapple upside down cake was so much better! It came with candied pineapple, and the raspberry sauce had the right amount of sweetness. Our waiter was really attentive, and the other wait staff were helpful. You're definitely paying for the ambiance. The quality of food is high, but if you're really hungry, the portion size might not do it for you. But if you want good food and a beautiful background, Roy's will definitely hit those marks.
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Lana C
a year ago
I liked the the subtle and tasteful elegance of the restaurant. The lobster potstickers were delicious- flavorful even without the sauce. My coworker raved about the beef short ribs. Since I had ordered well-done, the trio of salmon, butterfish and Mahi Mahi were not as flaky as they would have been if cooked medium.  The staff was courteous without being intrusive. 
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Pratip Banerji
7 months ago
It's a high end chain that has good Asian food. I first tried Roy's in Hawaii, which was an amazing experience. The one in SF isn't quite as good, though that probably has to do with the fact that it's in a busy city instead of a tropical paradise.
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Kristin Rimbach
2 months ago
This Hawaiian fusion has been wowing for years- white table cloth dining, without the pretentious feeling. The appetizer dish for two is a home run.
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Scott Porter
6 months ago
Prices are high -- but nice place to sit down. Watch the total price if you do an appetizer (they have tempting options) and a dessert.
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Lisa Ma
2 years ago
Best Aloha Happy Hour Specials I first tried Roy's in Kauai and was impressed by Hawaii fusion cooking and the amazingly fresh seafood. I continue to enjoy Roy's in NY and SF. Roy's arguably has the best Happy Hour specials in SF. Aloha Happy Hour Must-Tries: + Mango mojito + Butter fish + Lobster dumplings + Wagyu Sliders + Shrimp & Pork Gyoza + Chocolate souffle


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