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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Roy's Summerlin is AMAZING

While on my vacation in Las Vegas, I had the pleasure of spending one of my evenings at Roy's in Summerlin. I can't think of enough adjectives to describe my night - amazing, wonderful, magical, delicious all seem to fall short.

The evening started with a personal message at the front of our menus...

Calamari were soon delivered to our table but this was not just any calamari - these were spicy and sweet. The best I have ever had and yes I am still drooling over them. I could have enjoyed this whole bowl by myself and not felt guilty at all!

Mike and Becky enjoying Roy's - don't they make the cutest couple? They even got special drinks non alcoholic lava flows. A lava flow at Roy's is 1/2 strawberry daquiri and 1/2 pina coloda. It's not on the menu but this was a great suggestion from our waitress. I love it when the staff knows how to go above and beyond!

Bruce and I are so happy to be at Roy's.

Da Crunch Roll was new to me and I loved it. I love the crunchiness on the outside it added a great texture to sushi.

The hula dancer was my choice of drink for the night. We don't have these in Tampa but they are so good. Here is what the menu says it is:

The Hula Dancer A tropical Martini of Malibu Coconut & Banana Rum, Cruzan Black Strap Rum and Captain Morgan shaken with Pineapple juice and garnished with Fresh Hawaiian Pineapple.

Everyone was excited about the Lakanilau roll. Kobe beef on sushi, you can never go wrong.

Becky and I tried the Ono a fish from Hawaii.

My husband tried the Seared U-10 Scallops & Teppanyaki Seared "Rim Fire" Tiger Shrimp Asparagus, Mushroom and Corn Risotto, Lobster Essence. He loved it.

Mike got the Prix Fixe menu and his entree was the
Grilled Salmon & Roasted Beets Wilted Spinach, Goat Cheese.

Cheryl Mahar is the managing partner of Roy's Summerlin. She treats everyone as if they were Ohana (family). She is kind, giving and so fun to be around. Her attention to detail is fabulous.

Pineapple upside down cake...yummy!

Roy’s Melting Hot Chocolate SoufflĂ© Flourless Chocolate Cake with a Molten Hot Center

1 comment:

  1. Wow the food looks like art! But I will leave all the taste testing to you guys...I am not a fan of seafood. Looks like a ton of fuN!


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