• Roy’s Hawaiian in San Francisco – Great Seafood in San Francisco

    by  • August 28, 2013 • Fun Stuff, Life • 0 Comments

    Butter Fish from Roy's Hawaiian

    Butter Fish from Roy’s Hawaiian

    Last night I was up in San Francisco for a business networking meeting regarding cloud computing and other cloud related services.  A buddy of mine decided to commute together up to the event as it takes about 30 to 60 minutes to get to San Francisco from the Silicon Valley.  When we got there we decided we were hungry and wanted to grab some food so we decided to head over to Roy’s Hawaiian.

    If you have’t eaten at Roy’s before, you’re in for a phenomenal treat!  I first ate at Roy’s in Maui, HI, but have since eaten at several of their locations.  I’m always impressed at their food and their San Francisco location is no different.  Chef Partner, Nathan Payo, runs a great restaurant.  His staff is warm and friendly and was on top of their game when it came to the food.

    My buddy and I got to Roy’s just before 7 pm and it was quite busy due to a trade show that was going on down the street at Moscone Center.  Despite being busy, they were able to accommodate us without a reservation.  Our event started at 8, so we told the waiter and he was great in getting our order quickly so we had a good chance of getting done before 8pm, and we did 🙂

    We ordered Ahi Poke and Calamari appetizers.  As always, they were delicious!  For an entree I ordered the butter fish, which is a savory white fish that is served over white rice and bok choy.  My buddy ordered the Scallops.  We both were stuffed after the appetizers, but couldn’t stop eating our entrees because they were so delicious.

    If you’re in San Francisco and looking for some great seafood, check out Roy’s Hawaiian at 575 Mission St, between 1st and 2nd street.

     

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