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Jo | Jun 27, 2002 08:30 AM

Yesterday, I had a pre-theater dinner with friends at Roy's. It was a very enjoyable experience. The dining room is lovely and spacious. There is an open kitchen. The service was exceptional. That may be due, in part, to the fact that we were eating early. They don't seem to have a server assigned to a table but various servers who perform different tasks. The server who took our dinner order was not the one who took our drink order. Different servers brought our food. They cheerfully handle dietary restrictions.

At the suggestion of our dining companion we all ordered the ribs for appetizers. They were truly wonderful and a huge portion. The ribs cost $9.00.
The rolls were house made and served warm with butter. The drinks were generous. One entree was rack of lamb which consisted of two very large double chops and served with a dark rich five spice sauce over mashed. It was excellent. Others had the grilled tiger shimp and beef filet entrees. Both raved about them. For dessert we had the house specialty, flourless chocolate cake with a warm molten center. It was served with ice cream and the best of that type of dessert I have had.
The appetizers ranged in price from $6-12 and the entrees ranged from $15-$30.

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