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Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week Menu
Main Course- Dynamite Ono - for Roy's Newport Beach Restaurant Week Menu

Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week Menu

Newport Beach Menu Spotlight – Roy’s

Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu impresses

 

Roy's is offering one of my favorite Newport Restaurant Week menus, featuring FOUR high-end courses for only $40.

Roy’s is offering one of my favorite Newport Restaurant Week menus, featuring FOUR high-end courses for only $40.

 

Yesterday I posted my top picks for Newport Restaurant Week and Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion came at the top of my list. Last night I tasted a preview of this menu and I was very impressed by the high quality of the food and the amount of items provided.

 

Roy's Sous Chef Kevin Jones with Tom Holmberg of Tom's Foodie Blog and Daniele from Dani's Decadent Deals

Roy’s Sous Chef Kevin Jones with Tom Holmberg of Tom’s Foodie Blog and Daniele from Dani’s Decadent Deals

 

With Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu, you will receive a four courses prix fixe menu for $40. This is a great deal. Below is my recount of what I ordered:

 

1st Course – Lobster Bisque

A Lobster bisque is poured table-side onto a lobster claw, crunchy bread and Thai Basil. The bisque is thick and rick, yet had a lightness to the body from the coconut milk. The little bread crunchies, provided the right crunch bombs to keep the dish fun. I would come to Roy’s to just order this dish.

 

1st Course - Lobster Bisque Soup for Roy's Newport Restaurant Week menu

1st Course – Lobster Bisque Soup for Roy’s Newport Restaurant Week menu

 

2nd Course – Furikake Ahi Caesar

The Furikake Ahi Caesar was a nice dish, with generous amounts of ahi and complimented the salad made with romaine, croutons, hearts of palm and a creamy Asian Caeser dressing. There were great flavors and texture layering in this dish.

2nd course -  Furikake Ahi Caeser for Roy's Newport Beach Restaurant Week`

2nd course – Furikake Ahi Caeser for Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu

 

 

3rd Course – Crab Dynamite Hawaiian Ono

Crab dynamite atop Hawaiian Ono with a Chinese Black Bean Sauce. It was accompanied by a cool vegetable sushi roll. This dish was both heavy and light, cool and hot. The mayonnaise and crab based dynamite sauce kept this lean fish moist and the black bean sauce added a umami mouth feel.

Main Course-  Dynamite Ono - for Roy's Newport Beach Restaurant Week Menu

Main Course- Dynamite Ono – for Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu

 

 

4th Course – Chocolate Eclair

Cream on the inside, chocolate, butterscotch cream dollops and drizzle a butterscotch syrup.

Dessert - Chocolate eclair with butterscotch for Roy's  Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu

Dessert – Chocolate eclair with butterscotch for Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu

 

4th Course Option –  Chocolate Souffle

If you want a really amazing dessert, pony up the extra $3 to get the Chocolate Souffle, you will thank me :) The chocolate cake and oozing center has a hint of raspberry. It was accompanied with raspberry reduction and a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. Well worth the up-charge. Don’t forget you have to order your souffle early.

Dessert -  Chocolate Souffle option for Roy's Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu

Dessert – Chocolate Souffle option for Roy’s Newport Beach Restaurant Week menu

 

 

My suggestions for extras, you big spender :)

 

 

Signature Hawaiian Martini

Martini that is sweet and slightly creamy with a frothy meringue head  – a must try. I skipped wine for once just to try this famous cocktail.

Roy's Hawaiian Martini

Roy’s Hawaiian Martini

 

Schezwan Calamari

Even though this was not covered on the Roy’s Restaurant Week Menu, it is well worth sharing with a large group, or just by yourself 😉  Calamari body strips covered in course bread meal, crisply fried and leathered in a slightly spicy Schezwan sauce. The dish had the perfect texture and kick. The macadamia nuts set this dish off!

 

Roy's Schezwan Calamari

Roy’s Schezwan Calamari

About Tom Holmberg

Tom grew up in a cultural diverse neighborhood and a culturally diverse family, so he has learned to appreciate all types of food. "I am not a Chef, nor do I play one on T.V., but I have learned to appreciate food from years of eating and cooking." Tom also spent 10 years in the restaurant industry in various roles, from Prep Cook to server.

19 comments

  1. That chocolate eclair looks dangerous! thanks Tom (diet blown again!)

  2. That Hawaiian Martini looks really good, as well as all the food. What can I say, it’s Friday!

  3. That lobster bisque looks great and real lobster in it.

  4. That really is a great fusion cuisine. I would love to try Roys.

  5. What a great review and pics. I could like a chocolate eclair please!

  6. I sure with Roys was here, so I could try this amazing looking meal!

  7. Tom your page is so mouth watering. Lol. All those dishes look delightful

  8. Lobster bisque and Schezwan calamari… I could handle that anyday!!

  9. Omg the chocolate soufle looks to die for. I think I would have to eat that before dinner.

  10. Now you see, how can I focus on continued weight loss with great looking food like this? The calamari looks so good.

  11. oh i love roy’s there was one in arizona, but we are deprived in MD. looked fantastic!

  12. That was a great menu topped off with the hawaiian drink and chocolate dessert.. mmmmm!

  13. Wow … that sounds delicious … have shared on a Facebook Page I manage too called Oscars Fresh Fish x

  14. Oh wow…That foods looks really good. You really make me so jealous with all the good food you feature on your blog!

  15. Another great addition to the Newport Foodie Scene! Thanks for sharing.

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