If it looks like something is missing from this plate, you are correct. When they brought my food, the smell was so overwhelming that I could not wait to try it. I know Picky Nation, how could I enjoy something with so many garnishes that I hate? Let me explain.
As I walked in, the first thing I noticed was every table had table cloths and wine glasses. When I visit an establishment with this feature, I always expect more from them. I am disappointed nine times out of ten when this happens. As I go to my seat, the server informs me I will have three servers for the evening. I thought this would be a disaster, however, to my surprise, it worked out very well.
As I scrolled through the menu, I did not find much for the picky eater. I decided to try Roy's Trio. This consisted of a Hibachi grilled salmon, Misoyaki, and a Macadamia nut encrusted Mahi Mahi. I ordered the dish, not knowing how the fish would be served. When the dish came to me, I was taken back by all of the colors, sauces, and garnishes. Had I made a mistake? Will I eat any of this? The aroma coming from the plate was to amazing not to try this. I immediately moved the tomatoes off of the Mahi Mahi and took my first bite. It was heaven in my mouth. It was very sweet and savory. I then moved to the Misoyaki. It was served on a hard potato with a light sauce to which I did not inquire about. Again it was delicious. The sauce was complimentary, and not overpowering. I saved the salmon for last, knowing that I like Hibachi grilled salmon. It was served with a sweet rice and pickled cucumbers. I have to say it wasn't terrible. I will say if was the least of the three. The vinegar coming from the cucumbers overpowered the whole dish.
Roy's melting hot chocolate souffle
This was the desert to top off the evening. I usually do not like ice cream with my desert, but yet again, this dish knows what its doing. The ice cream is there simply to cool down the soufflé. The soufflé was a great addition to the night! Overall this meal was fantastic. It does depend on your personal taste but I would think anyone could find something here they would really love. For a great experience, surprisingly good food, and a desert that will have you melting, I give Roy's in Orlando a 4.8 out of 5.