The Full Menu From Roy’s Place (Gaithersburg)

by MCS Staff
According to the Roy’s Place website, they began serving their 200+ sandwiches in Rockville in 1955. After a couple moves within Rockville, they settled in their Gaithersburg location in 1971.

For more on the history of Roy’s Place, check out our article in the link below:
mocoshow.weebly.com/blog/roys-place

One of our readers, Brad Herson, was kind of enough to send in photos of the ENTIRE Roy’s Place menu. Check it out!

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9 comments

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Jess Lake September 30, 2019 - 8:34 pm

Thank you for this! I was just reminiscing about Roy’s and how much I miss that place and how I wish I had swiped a menu the last time I visited before they closed!

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Tim M October 13, 2019 - 2:32 pm

Is there anyplace a menu can be bought for the old Roy’s Place?

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Bill April 30, 2020 - 10:48 pm

I wish I could Roy’s recipe for blue cheese dressing. Simply the best ever.

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Steve Slezak August 10, 2020 - 10:51 pm

I ate there when I was probably 5 or 6, and Im 49 now. I still remember it, because I used to read the menu that we bought there all of the time as I grew it. (It was on my bookshelf in my room for some reason.) Thanks for posting the menu – mine was lost many many years ago! I remember something about flat tires in my copy, though.

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Other Bill November 27, 2020 - 3:11 pm

I not only have a menu (that I bought), but also Roy’s cookbook. I felt his hand guiding me when I recently recreated some Greatly Enlarged and Highly Improved Welsh and Tannerys. French bread, thick sliced bacon, sharp cheese, grilled tomatoes, and lobster salad. They turned out very close to the originals.

I went there countless times and the Greatly Enlarged and Highly Improved Welsh and Tannery was the only sandwich I ever ordered. Along with a side salad with the wonderful blue cheese dressing mentioned above, and a draft beer.

Like everyone who ever went there, I miss Roy and his special restaurant.

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Ann December 22, 2020 - 10:36 pm

Bill, you have a Roy’s cookbook? Does it have the recipe for the golden sauce? If so, kindly share! Wishing you warm and happy holidays…

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JC April 21, 2021 - 3:21 pm

So I was able to find a copy of the cookbook.. It’s called Sensational Sandwiches by Roy Passin… (75$ used!)

It doesn’t have all the sandwiches or sauces, but there are a few. No golden sauce though.. I found this on Reddit though…

“For anyone interested, I found the recipe for something that at least closely-approximates Roy’s Golden Sauce.

Recipe calls for mixing of: -2 cups mayo -1/2 cup honey -1/4 cup cooking sherry -3 tsp dried ginger -2 tsp salt -1 tsp pepper”

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JC April 12, 2021 - 8:48 am

I literally grew up coming here… I am 40 now and still remember celebrating my 10th birthday there with my parents.

I loved the Dirty Tom Glen sandwich more that I can state. The only ingredient I am unable to replicate is the Garlic Mayonnaise.

If you have his recipes, is that included?

My father and I would be forever in your debt!

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Vann Johnson December 22, 2020 - 6:05 pm

I remember buying the “Good Cold Sandwich” alongside another sandwich a few days before I left to come back home to AK. I was trying to tell my wife about it and I’m glad that I found the menu to show her.

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