At this point, we’re still in San Diego rushing to make it to our dinner at Roy’s Restaurant. It’s a waterfront dining experience, but since we got there too late, it was already too dark to really enjoy it. Bummer.
The nice thing about entertaining out-of-town guests is sometimes they get you try new things you wouldn’t normally even think to try. My sister-in-law loved her dining experience at The Original Roy’s in Hawaii and so we all tagged along for dinner while she rekindled her cravings for a famous Roy’s Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé.
Here’s our first course:
|Appetizers at Roy’s Restaurant (c) Let’s Play OC!|
Roy’s Canoe Appetizer for Two
Grilled Szechuan Pork Ribs, Vegetable Lumpia, Lobster Potstickers,
Crispy Spicy Tuna Roll, Coconut Shrimp AND
Crunchy Golden Lobster Potstickers
Togarashi Miso Butter Sauce
These were our Main Entrees:
|Shellfish Sampler at Roy’s Restaurant (c) Let’s Play OC!|
Butter Poached Half Lobster Tail,Scallop, Shrimp, Seared Crab Cake
Macadamia Nut Pesto Risotto
|Surf & Turf at Roy’s Restaurant (c) Let’s Play OC!|
Surf & Turf
Petite Filet, Lump Crab Oscar & Maine Lobster Tail
Poblano Mash & Asparagus
|Roy’s Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish (c) Let’s Play OC!|
Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish
Sizzling Soy Vinaigrette
At last, the famous chocolate soufflé arrives. All warm and fuzzy straight from the oven.
(Hot tip: it takes them a while to make these so you’ll want to get your order in ASAP).
Roy’s Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé
Flourless Chocolate Cake with a Hot, Molten Center; served with Raspberry Coulis and
Vanilla Ice Cream
333 W Harbor Dr
San Diego, CA
Thank you, Sister-in-Law, for a wonderful dining experience and your recommendations! We shall visit the Roy’s in OC. <3
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post nor did they know that I will share an experience with my readers. All opinions are my own. Your experience may vary. All images (c) Let’s Play OC!