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Roy’s Waikiki

The main Waikīkī strip certainly has a wide variety of dining spots. From local spots to your favorite chains, you’re sure to find something to satisfy your cravings without traveling too far. It might be tempting to dine in at the first restaurant you pass but there are a lot of hidden gems located off of the main strip. If you’re willing to walk a little further and look a little harder, you might just find a gem. 

Roy’s Waikiki

Roy's Waikiki

One such place is Roy’s Waikiki, located on the corner of Lewers St. and Kalia Rd. Unless you venture from the main strip, you might miss out on an amazing dining experience. With validated parking at the Embassy Suites Hotel for a small fee, you can choose to walk or drive to the restaurant. 

The “Original Roy’s” was opened in Hawaii Kai over 30 years ago offering a delicious menu of Hawaiian inspired cuisine. Opened in 2007, Roy’s Waikiki continues the same elevated atmosphere while offering dishes exclusive to the location. A favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, Roy’s Waikiki combines elegance with the expertise of chef Roy Yamaguchi. 

Roy's Waikiki    Roy's Waikiki Appetizers

Their must-try dishes include the Crispy Zucchini, Misoyaki Butterfish, and Mochi Crunch Local Catch. For dessert, the Chocolate Soufflé is always a solid choice – with just the right amount of sweetness to not be overwhelming. They also offer a delicious three-course set menu that includes Crispy Chicken Spring Rolls, Tender Braised Shortribs, and a Yuzu Lime Cheesecake. With such a delicious menu and friendly staff, Roy’s Waikiki perfectly embodies the Aloha spirit. 

For a pleasant end to the evening, take a walk along Hale Koa Beach where you might be able to catch the sunset if you’re lucky. 

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