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Roy’s Restaurant (Baltimore location) hosted Eat Creative Media Dinner (Part 1)

Ebi Roll
Ebi RollAda N. Orie

Roy’s Restaurant has been a staple of Harbor East since 2001. Roy’s Restaurant is located at 720B Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202. Roy’s recently hosted a Eat Creative Media Dinner. This dinner was cooked by Chef Matt Ellis, the new Chef Partner for Roy’s Restaurant in Baltimore. Chef Matt is very enthusiastic about cooking. Chef Matt, Managing Partner Bryson Keens and the rest of the Roy’s staff, served every patron in the restaurant attentively and speedily. Roy’s not only has excellent food but the service and ambiance of the restaurant is outstanding.

This is the Ebi Roll which is one of many new aloha hour additions.
This is the Ebi Roll which is one of many new aloha hour additions. Ada N. Orie

The first course of the dinner consisted of Misoyaki Butterfish Lettuce Wraps, Ebi Roll, Crispy Pork and Steamed Buns, and a Wagyu Burger. The Misoyaki Butterfish Lettuce Wraps were tasty and had more fish than lettuce. The focus of this dish was the fish. The Ebi Roll was refreshing and combination of mango, coconut, avocado and more made it stand out. The Crispy Pork and Steamed Buns had green apple slaw and red dragon sauce to give the dish a little kick. The combination of favors with the pork made the dish delightful.

The final appetizer of the evening was the Wagyu Burger. When the writer heard the description of this dish and the word egg was used, she was taken aback. After tasting this burger, the egg bring a nice balance to the burger. These four appetizers and more can be found on Roy’s Aloha Hour Menu. Aloha Hour is Roy’s version of Happy Hour. Aloha Hour is held daily from 4:30-7:00 PM. You can feast on delicious food and sip on premium and well drinks, hand selected wine and sake and beer. All these Aloha Hour specials can be enjoyed in the bar.

The next course was the salad course. The salad was the Maui Wowie Shrimp Salad. This salad consisted of Feta cheese, butter leaf lettuce, avocado and caper lime vinaigrette. This salad was excellent. The combination of shrimp, feta and avocado made the salad great. She shrimp were a huge size and the vinaigrette accented the salad in a zesty manner.

This concludes part one of the Eat Creative Media Dinner. Tomorrow, we will discuss the entree, side dishes and dessert. Also the writer will explain how you can book your next event at Roy’s. If you are getting married and need a venue, tomorrow’s article is for you. In the meantime, take a look at the slideshow of the the appetizers and salad from today’s article. You can read more about Roy’s Restaurant by clicking here.