We decided to order from the Spring Prix Fixe menu, which offered three courses for $36.95. For the first course we both ordered the pork dim sum with crispy shitakes and a shiso herb puree. We found to be delightfully flavourful with the pork melting in our mouths. It wasn't long before the plates were empty!
For my main course I ordered the hangar steak "frites". The hangar steak itself was excellent and accompanying eggplant had good flavour. However, I felt that the fries were disappointing lacking in taste and too much in volume. A smaller quantity of better quality fries would have made this dish perfect.
As a honeymoon gift we were brought out a complimentary serving of their signature dessert, the pineapple upside down cake. I am not usually a fan of pineapple so I have to say it was a truly sumptuous surprise for me to enjoy this warm pastry, pineapple and vanilla ice cream. Anna also enjoyed a taste too although the vast amount of food was proving to be too much by this point.
Anna's dessert was Roy's hot molten chocolate souffle, with vanilla ice cream. It was more of a molten lava cake than a souffle, although still enjoyable. Anna could only muster a few mouthfuls as the dessert was a bit on the heavy side after such a big meal.
Overall we both had a great time at Roy's. The portions were a bit too much for us but we will definitely return if we revisit Anaheim. Next time we will order from the a la carte menu so that we don't leave too full!