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(This giveaway has concluded. Congrats to Irene H. for winning the gift card!)

Roy’s Restaurant, located in Plano off the Tollway, rolled out a new holiday menu for guests to seriously experience paradise and the finest cuisine deliciously wrapped in a Pacific Rim state of mind.

This holiday season stop by Roy’s to try out their latest Asian-inspired menu, the Northeast Asia Prix Fixe. Our contributor Tara Banda shares why she loves Roy’s in this blog post.

Pumpkin Seed-Crusted Ahi
Pumpkin Seed-Crusted Ahi


Details on the savory Prix Fixe

The Northeast Asia Prix Fixe is a new three-course menu featuring culinary inspirations from China, Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong. Starting off with the bold flavors of Grilled Filet Mignon Yakitori, the menu is enriched by the Pumpkin Seed-Crusted Ahi entrée and sweetened with the decadent Apple Financier dessert.

Guests can celebrate the season with this diverse offering for $36.95. The meal goes along great with the Asian Pear Martini ($10). You won’t be disappointed!

Gift card giveaway

Dallas Food Nerd is giving away a $100 gift card to Roy’s, so you and your friends can enjoy the Prix Fixe and other menu items! Leave a comment below saying which dish from the Prix Fixe you’re excited to taste. See the full menu here.

The giveaway will conclude Sunday, Dec. 21 at 11:59 p.m. One random winner will be chosen, and he or she must be a DFW-area resident to win. Check back next Monday to see who won!

The Northeast Asia Prix Fixe menu items from roy's via
The Northeast Asia Prix Fixe menu items


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6 thoughts on “New holiday meal at Roy’s Restaurant, plus $100 gift card giveaway”

  1. i love Roy’s so much! My fiancé and I have celebrated all our special occasions there! The pumpkin seed ahi sounds fantastic. But the kabocha dumplings might be the winner for me. 🙂

  2. Pumpkin Seed-Crusted Ahi sounds divine! I’ve always passed Roy’s and wondered what kind of food it served!? Looks great!

  3. The Grilled Filet Mignon Yakatori sounds yummy!! Never been so me & my husband would love to try it!

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