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Roy’s of Baltimore hosted Eat Creative Media Dinner (Part 2)

Roy’s Signature Maine Lobster Pie (family style portion)
Roy’s Signature Maine Lobster Pie (family style portion) Ada N. Orie

Today’s article is the conclusion of the Roy’s of Baltimore Eat Creative Media Dinner. To read part one, please click here. Our meal continues with the main event, the entrees. The three entrees were Alaea Salt Crusted Bone In Ribeye, Roy’s Signature Maine Lobster Pie and Tempura Whole Snapper. The ribeye was very tender and delicious. This would be the perfect item for anyone who loves to eat beef. The lobster pie was a delightful surprise. First of all, there was a lot of lobster. This is not a pot pie full of mostly vegetables. Secondly, the portion is huge and big enough to share. Roy’s believes in family-style dishes. These dishes should be big enough to share. Lastly, make sure you order this dish when you visit Roy’s.

Tempura Whole Snapper
Tempura Whole Snapper Ada N. Orie

The snapper was a great conclusion to the entrees. The portion again was huge and it was seasoned very well. If you love fish, the writer highly recommends this dish. The entrees were accompanied with Truffle Bacon Mac N’Cheese, Spicy Korean Fried Rice and Tempura. The mac n’ cheese was so good the writer had more than more tasting. The bacon did not overpower the truffle or vice versa. It was the perfect balance. The fried rice was good. It was not overcooked and it is the perfect compliment to any entree at Roy’s. This meal had plenty of vegetables but the tempura finished off the side dishes nicely. The tempura consisted of asparagus, carrot, shiitake mushrooms and broccolini.

The conclusion of the meal could be none other than the famous Melting Hot Chocolate Souffle’ and Pineapple Upside Down Cake. If you like chocolate, you must like souffle. If you don’t like chocolate, this souffle will change your mind. The molten chocolate middle and vanilla ice cream will make you daydream. The pineapple upside down cake is great. The strong presence of pineapples with the coconut ice cream is a great ending to a great meal.

This concludes the media dinner portion of this article. Roy’s is a beautiful restaurant. The atmosphere, food and service makes it the perfect place for any occasion. Roy’s can host your wedding (ceremony and reception), baby or bridal shower, anniversary, birthday or retirement. If the event or occasion is important to you, Roy’s will make is special. If you would like more information on Roy’s hosting your next event, contact Merritt Dworkin, Group Sales Manager at 410-659-0099 or email her at .

Roy’s Restaurant of Baltimore is celebrating its 13th anniversary in Baltimore with 4 course dinner headlined by Roy’s Founder Chef, Roy Yamaguchi on Wednesday August 13, 2014 at 7PM. The cost will be $100 a person and reservations are required. Seating is limited so call 410-659-0099 to make your reservation. Chef Matt will be present as will Managing Partner, Bryson Keens who will pick the wine pairings. It will be a great event, To learn more about Roy’s of Baltimore, click here. Make sure you check out the slideshow of delicious food. Thank you to everyone at Roy’s of Baltimore and congratulations on your 13th anniversary.