Restaurants for Budget Travelers in Guam
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- 12 reviews
This place gets packed! You think you can come early to beat the lunch rush...nope, you still put your name on the waitlist. Try Ike's Lemonade - freahly made with calamansi and mint...but it runs out quickly, so get it early! The first time I tried the Salmon Tinaktak Sandwich, I got it because 1) it has an interesting name, ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesLocal
- 22 reviews
I'm writing a different review for this location because it feels like a different vibe. The Ypao Beach location is more of a tourist crowd and a lunch place. The Hagatna location is more of a local crowd and, while popular for lunch as well, is a great dinner place with live music and happy hour from 5-7pm. It's a ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesBusiness
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- 32 reviews
While all the Tourists are spending extra money for dinner at the fancy hotels on the San Vittores strip along Tumon Bay, the locals go here, to Proa. Proa offers well conceived dishes that are up-scale plated, but are not too expensive and offers tasty, excellent quality comfort food to locals looking for a nice dinner out. They are famous ...Popular withBusiness
- 91 review
This restaurant has a great all-you-can-eat lunch buffet! I was so happy eating here. AYCE Japanese food of decent quality? What's not to love? It is located inside the elegant Hyatt Regency Guam hotel, and has a majestic entry way and refine ambiance. There is one main dining room, then some private rooms too. The main dining roon has all ...
Right below the hotel lobby. Popular with Japanese tourists. Adjacent to the Fisherman's Cove restaurant. Different buffet theme nightly. Mondays is steak and lobster. Perhaps could be better, but it's still steak and lobster and what can you expect from a buffet. Still, it isn't bad. Lots of seafood. Mahi is pretty good.
- 121 review
Sushi Ebisu opened in 2007 by the Nakamuras. Fumiya-san is the Sushi Chef and his wife is the cashier and head waitress. Although the name implies sushi, which they do have a small sushi bar with about 7 chairs, this restaurant also serves a lot of other traditional Japanese dishes. This includes donburi, udon, yakitori, nabe and other dishes, most ...
- 131 review
Cute little place near GPO, right along Marine Drive. The lunch menu is good, but the dinner menu is much better. If you come for dinner, try the Coffee Skirt Steak or Pan-seared salmon; you can't really go wrong with the Fresh Catch either - the mahi-mahi is good. Service is always cordial and there always seems to be a ...Popular withBusinessLocalFoodies
- 151 review
Red velvet hotcakes! Most everything is good here, but I do recommend you try the red velvet hotcakes...and the seasonal pumpkin variety if it's available. The S.O.S Island Style is also tasty - I'd never have thought to serve a creamy chorizo gravy over brioche, but there you have it. The odd business hours (12am - 12pm) draw locals and ...Popular withBudgetFoodiesBackpackers
Lunch buffet offers a wide sample of many local flavors, including influence from Japanese, Chinese, Chamorro, Korean, and Filipino cooking. (It sounds like a lot, but it's all subtle and goes together nicely.) If you sit by the window, you get a great view of the water -- surfers, banana boaters, coconut trees, and all. It really does feel like ...Popular withLocalFoodiesFamilies
- 181 review
Right across the Pacific Islands Club Hotel. In a less prominent complex along the Tumon strip, but hard to miss the Jamaican colors. Good for lunch (if you're pressed for time, it's a short wait for both food and a table). Casual. Most popular item is the bbq chicken and ribs.
- 201 review
Seoul Restaurant is on the main drag along Tumon Bay in the tourist/hotel/shopping area of Guam. It has a small storefront and red sign, but inside it is quite spacious with many tables. The owners are from Korea, but have been here several years. Was her name Lee, Park, Kim, or Chong? There are only about 6 last names in ...