Roy's Breakfast Hours & Menu Prices

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Find What Time Roy's Serves Breakfast & The Most Popular Breakfast Items

Roy’s has become famous for a few of its signature elements, including high-quality seafood, Hawaiian authenticity, and Pacific Rim fusion. Roy’s has also earned a reputation for serving excellent cocktails and sporting an impressive wine list. Breakfast, however, is not necessarily Roy’s claim to fame.

All the same, Roy’s offers some outstanding options. Assorted seafood plates, an array of fish prepared in a variety of ways, some great salads, sushi, and some substantial appetizers. At Roy’s, breakfast becomes something creative and unconventional– but who said that’s a bad thing?

Roy’s Breakfast Hours & Days

At Roy’s, the hours change significantly based on the location. Roy’s restaurants open in the late morning, have an “Aloha Hour” at mid-day, and close later in the evening on weekends.

  • Sunday – Thursday: 10 AM – 9 PM
  • Friday-Saturday: 10 AM – 10 PM

Roy’s Breakfast Menu Items

Roy’s locations are typically open from about 10 AM, which means that there is a significant possibility for brunch and late breakfast. There is no specific breakfast menu, but many of Roy’s classic items are manage to be what many hungry breakfast-hunters who are looking for ‘something different’ will desire.

There is a wide range of menu items available at a variety of prices; between chicken, fish, salads, and all sorts of pacific rim combinations and specialty dishes, and Roy’s is the kind of place that serves something up for everybody!

  • Green Bibb Salad: $8.00
  • Big Island Caesar Salad: $6.00
  • Apple Walnut Mixed Salad: $9.00
  • Roy’s Maui Wowie Salad: $11.00
  • Hibachi Style Grilled Salmon: $21.00
  • Roy’s Classic Macadamia Nut Crusted Mahi Mahi: $27.00
  • Teppanyaki Seared Firecracked Tiger Shrimp: $22.00
  • Mushroom Crusted Hawaiian Kajiki: $27.00
  • Dynamite Crab Crusted Tilapia: $26.00
  • The Roy’s Classic Trio: $28.00
  • Island Style Jumbo Lump Crab Cake: $14.00
  • Roy’s Original Hawaiian Blackened Island Ahi: $13.00
  • Wood Grilled Szechuan Spiced St. Louis Pork Ribs: $11.00
  • Yellow Fin Ahi ‘Poketini’: $13.00
  • Kao Soi Grilled Chicken Noodles: $8.00
  • Chicken and Mushroom Wontons: $7.00
  • Roy’s Canoe Appetizer for Two: $26.00

Roy’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods

Roy’s Canoe Appetizer for Two: A perfect dish for sharing and perhaps complementing another course. Tiger shrimp crusted with coconut, wontons made with mushroom and chicken, a spicy tuna sushi roll, beef satay, some Szechuan baby back ribs- this combination is a representation of the flavor combinations which have made Roy’s a successful restaurant chain.

Roy’s Original Blackened Island Ahi: Wonderfully prepared ahi made with spicy soy mustard butter, this is a classic Roy’s dish that can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

Sushi: Roy’s offers a California Roll, a Lakanilau Roll, Mochi Spider Roll, and a Spicy Tuna Roll. All four are excellent and will suit individual preferences differently, For only $8.00, however, the Spicy Tuna Roll represents a fantastic value.

Roy’s Classic Trio: This mixed plate is a little more expensive than some of the other items on the menu. However, if you’re hungry, the dish is worth every single penny. Hibachi grilled salmon, Roy’s original blackened ahi, and Hawaiian style misoyaki butterfish are served together in this iconic trio. These incredible seafood options come with citrus ponzu, spicy soy mustard butter and an infusion of sweet ginger wasabi to fill out the flavor.