We've lived on the Kona Coast for two years and we still have many restaurants to evaluate. With friends visiting from the mainland we decided to give Roy's a try for dinner and were not disappointed, to say the least. Our server, Courtney, had "service with a smile" down pat. She was attentive but not overbearing and made many great suggestions for first timers. I had scoped out the online menu and knew exactly what I wanted--the fish trio. Roy's menu changes daily, so don't expect to find exactly what's online. In my case, one of the fish on the trio had been changed to something I'd never had before and it was the highlight of this excellent dish. My friend had an individual serving of the same fish and loved it as well. His wife had the Aloha Meatloaf, which looks like two large filet mignons, is not like any meatloaf you've ever seen, and is served with a delicious mushroom sauce. My wife, a light eater who abhors fish, had potstickers that she said were the best she'd ever had. I snuck a bite of one and agreed. A bottle of Rombauer Chardonnay and two desserts to split and we were a happy and satisfied table--for less than $200 per couple including wine. During the meal we were pleased to meet Roy's Waikoloa GM, Arnie, who stopped by the table to assure everything was up to our standards. Classy. We have added this restaurant to the top of our list of fine-dining favorites and plan to return again soon.
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