Guam Restaurant Guide
One of the best things about being on vacation is the opportunity to eat out and not worry about cooking. Guam is a great country for this. With so many people of different nationalities living there, the island has developed an international cuisine.
Here are our recommendations for where to eat while in Guam.
Dinner with a show
The TaoTao Tasi dinner show should definitely be on your list of things to do while you’re in Guam. This Polynesian dance and fire show is accompanied by an all-you-can-eat barbeque buffet. You’re not going to get a better deal than that.
*Note: It is closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Where to eat on Sundays
Guam is a predominantly Catholic country, meaning most places will be closed on Sunday. One place that is open on Sundays is Giovanni’s. This is an Italian restaurant located near Naval Base Guam. Their Sunday brunch comes highly recommended.
Where to get dessert
Most restaurants serve some kind of dessert, but the restaurants at the Hilton Guam Resort and Spa are worth visiting just to feed your sweet tooth.
If you like chocolate try the chocolate soufflé at Roy’s Lounge. If chocolate isn’t your thing, give the cheesecake at Caffe Cino a try, or for something fruity, try the Banana Drama at Fisherman’s Cove.
Dine on the sea
Interested in a dinner cruise? Take a night to enjoy the Big Sunset Dinner Cruise. The dinner includes an all-you-can-eat buffet and unlimited beer, wine and juice. Enjoy stargazing from the deck away from the city lights and maybe see some dolphins.
Interested in dining on local cuisine? Hit up Proa, which offers the traditional foods of Guam as well as fusion options. Call beforehand for a reservation though.
What would a trip to the Pacific be without some delicious Asian food? Luckily, Guam has several dining options.
For fancy dining, try the President Japanese restaurant in the Sheraton. They specialize in Kobe beef. Or, if you’re interested in a noodle house, try Mein Kui.
Sejong Korean Restaurant offers traditional, but delicious, Korean barbeque.
And if you have a taste for Chinese, check out Azhi, which is highly recommended for families.
Have a taste for good old-fashioned burger and fries? Or maybe you want a hot dog? The Spot food truck comes highly recommended by the sailors and marines stationed in Guam. The best part? They love it when you customize your orders.
On the beach
Don’t want to stray too far from the beach, or change out of your swimsuit? No worries, The Beach Bar and Grill has you covered. Right on the beach, this popular spot offers bbq platters and other casual dining options. They also offer volleyball during the day and live entertainment at night, so you don’t have to leave the surf and sand at all.
And if you’re in Guam for the summer season, check out the Beach Bar’s Summer Games. The prizes include thousands of dollars worth of tickets, $1000 cash every week and $100,000 cash on the final week.
You can probably get a vegetarian meal at most of the places listed here. But for a truly vegetarian restaurant, seek out Heavenly Veggies. They are only open for lunch on weekdays (11 am – 2 pm), but if you’re vegetarian or vegan they are a must.
The eclectic choice
As stated above, Guam has an amazingly varied restaurant selection for such a small island. But there are still cuisines you wouldn’t expect to find there, such as Middle Eastern food. And we’re not just talking falafel here.
The Pacific Star Cafe features grilled kebabs of beef, chicken and jumbo prawns interlaced with grilled onions, bell peppers and eggplant, as well as other favorites. It even features a hookah bar.
Vacations are all about trying new things, so check out some of these restaurants and enjoy something you’ve never had before.