It is only recently that the well established Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion restaurant in Harbor East started offering lunch along with their happy hour and dinner service. Lunch is served weekdays starting at 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. With Hawaiian cuisine trending, it is the perfect excuse to come into Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion and taste the flavors of these tropical Pacific islands.
“Maybe it was inevitable—with tiki drinks suddenly chic again and surfer culture capturing fashion’s imagination that Hawaiian food would be ready for a moment in the sun.” Vogue – Dec, 2015
“No longer lumped into Asian fusion or executed as a version of Spam-topped this, spit-roasted that, contemporary Hawaiian food is riding a new wave.” Tasting Table 5-15
Go beyond your burger or pizza for lunch and try one of Roy’s lunch plates – 4 courses on a bento inspired plate: Teriyaki tofu, Karaage fried chicken, Teppanyaki shrimp, macadamia nut crusted Mahi Mahi, or braised beef short ribs, each comes with a green salad, soup, pineapple fried rice and a fresh baked cookie – starting at $12.90 and topping off at $16.90.
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