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Roy's Hawaiian Fusion at Harbor East - Baltimore

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cb1 Dec 20, 2013 06:07 PM

I never see this place mentioned on here. We went I'm thinking close to ten years ago or so....had a family member keeping a boat close by, and I remember having a great time and some delicious spicy seared Ahi Tuna...now it's been awhile, and I'm sure there were lots of cocktails involved.....so my memory may be clouded....is it worth checking out again?
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  1. Bob W Dec 21, 2013 07:52 PM

    I would second Indy's comments. My colleagues and I have eaten at the Roy's in Orlando for the past three years during a conference. I find the food to be quite flavorful. I too am a fan of the spicy ahi tuna and also like to make a meal out of the small plates.

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      Indy 67 Dec 21, 2013 04:04 PM

      This restaurant is part of a chain, a word that mostly invokes bottomless scorn on any board other than the Chain board itself. I won't deal with the merits of that point of view in the case of Roy's, but I'll say that my husband and I have always managed to have a perfectly enjoyable meal in CA, MD, and FL branches. Nothing ground breaking. Nothing that ever came out of the kitchen of a Hawaiian grandma. But an enjoyable meal regardless. The service is always attentive. Taken as a total experience -- food, service, and cocktails -- you could do a lot worse than eating at Roy's.

      We prefer their appetizers and sushi/sashimi over their entrees and we've eaten some delicious small plate meals. One of our favorites is the spicy seared Ahi Tuna of memory.

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