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    Jeff's Pirate Cove: Great BBQ Chicken, BBQ Ribs

    by Travel2write Updated Jun 7, 2007

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    It's hard not to be captivated by the awesome majesty of the Pacific Ocean and it's infinite expanse, especially when viewed from the vantage point of the Pirates Cove beachfront. Jeff's is more than just a beach bar...it's one of Guam's tourist attractions

    Favorite Dish: Jeff's Chamoru Fiesta Plate ($10.00) has a combination of local favorites such as BBQ Chicken, BBQ Ribs (Jeff's uses ironwood for cooking, which imparts a special flavor to the well-marinated ribs and chicken)

    Sooooooooo Good. And cheap!

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    Outback Steakhouse: Good sized portions!

    by Travel2write Written May 29, 2007

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    This place is full all of the time, however pass the time at the bar having a few drinks while waiting for the table!

    Favorite Dish: The steak and lobster dinner. Portions are somewhat large, so eat early and walk it off while strolling the shopping district.

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    Old Hagatna Grill: Great Steaks!

    by Travel2write Updated Jun 11, 2007

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    A cozy little restaurant in Agana. Great location and great food. A must stop if visiting the island.

    Favorite Dish: Great sandwiches and steaks too. The Old Hagatna Grill also serves a selection of steaks, featuring a New York Cut and a sizeable Ribeye, which come with their crispy onion rings(these are a popular favorite). They also feature a Stuffed Chicken Breast Florentine.

    The menu usually changes every two months or so, with new items appearing and some popular dishes remaining.

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    Jan Z's Bar and grill: Try eating out of town

    by Travel2write Written Jun 4, 2007

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    Nice Marina bar and grill to get a good bite to eat!

    Favorite Dish: The "Z" Burger ($7.00) is one of Jan Z's most popular sandwich meals (you select from french fries, rice, potato salad, garden salad or seafood salad as an accompaniment to all sandwiches), which is understandable , since Americans (and now everyone else) love hamburgers.

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    Steaks & Shakes: Cheese Steak and a Shake!

    by Travel2write Written Jun 9, 2007

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    Popular with locals and tourist the same. A menu filled with good old-fashioned American chow, including burgers, hoagies, Deli sandwiches, Salads, and that classic favorite from America's Liberty Bell city, the Philly Cheese Steak sandwich!

    Favorite Dish: I ordered a 6" Cheese Steak for $6.32. It comes with onions, mushrooms, ketchup, salt & pepper, on a roll that's fresh baked from their oven. The sandwich was awesome, overflowing with sliced, tender beef that was bound together by melted cheese and onions.

    It's the best Philly Steak sandwich I've had!

    As far as the shakes? Made with Dryers ice cream, they have some great ones that are just awesome for the price of 3.75. Another thing I loved was the size of the straws. I hate it when a shake is soooo thick and you cannot suck it up! Ummmmm Good stuff, a must stop.

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    Route 66: good ol'American diner

    by bibas Written Sep 28, 2005

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    while you're at the Micronesian Mall : drop in at the 'Route 66' for a taste of a true hamburger at an all-American diner . especially if you're NOT from the mainland USA /or/ have that 50's/60's nostalgia . sorry, I feel I didn't make sense but I'm trying to get this section over w/ to get onto the Shopping section 8)

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    Shirley's Coffee Shop: Chamorro and Continental style diner

    by gypsysoul73 Written May 21, 2008

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    After Kmart, we had breakfast at Shirley's Coffee Shop, the diner beside our hotel (recommended by Santos) that serves up hefty Chamorro, American and Asian comfort food. It's a daunting task perusing their large menu and faced with so many choices such as steaks, scrambles and omelettes, french toasts and waffles, porkchops, curries, yakisobas, country fried chicken, salmon fillets, English muffins, grilled seafood, sweet and sour pork and other Chinese stir-fries. Evetually I settled for the Chamorro sausage with eggs, Shirley's award-winning fried rice and some nice fluffy pancakes. The servings were huge but shopping can sure make you hungry. The Chamorro sausages were delicious! They were served sliced and fried to perfection, hot and spicy, just how I like 'em. The fried rice came chockful of diced ham, carrots, green onions and egg, and really was a meal on it's own. We washed it all down with an obscene amount of coffee. We enjoyed Shirley's so much for our first meal, that we chose it for our last meal too.

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    Jamaican Grill: Ribs & Reggae

    by gypsysoul73 Written May 21, 2008

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    For dinner we went with another recommendation by Santos - the Jamaican Grill - for some jerk BBQ. We were joined by an old friend I hadn't seen since he moved away after high schoool and his friend (who turned out to be a former actor in the Philippines), both now residents of Guam. We shared the huge family platter of Kingston Jerk chicken and a slab of Boston Beach ribs served over a mountain of Jamaican rice with salad on the side. The restaurant had a festive ambience that pulsated to reggae beats and appeared to be very popular for families. The meat was juicy and moist and we dug in until there was nothing left but squeaky clean bones on our plates.

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  • Ban Thai & Maharani's (2 restaurants): Inexpensive & spicy

    by guamdiver Written Jan 27, 2008

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    Both of these have dinner menus, but I mostly go for the lunch buffets....Ban Thai is 7.95 for the buffet (tea is extra) and they'll have 2 kinds of rice, ~5 different entrees, 2 salads & dessert. Really good, and a great price. Located in Tumon, across from the Acanta Mall (closest hotel would be Grand Plaza)

    Maharani's (Indian) has a lunch buffet for $10, including tea...but the naan (Indian bread, like a tortilla) is an extra $2.50. There will be 2 kinds of rice, about 4 meat entrees, 4 or 5 vegetarian selections, and 1 dessert. I've heard the dinner is good as well, but I tend to go towards the lunch buffets...eat enough then so I don't have to bother with dinner! It's just next to the Westin Hotel up on the top of the hill in Tumon.

    I've lived here 12 years and these are probably the two restaurants we frequent the most.

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    Hard Rock Cafe: Get a t-shirt at the Hard Rock

    by Travel2write Updated Jun 18, 2007

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    Come check out the Rock and Roll memorabilia and get a nice bite to eat. I always try to get a t-shirt or knick knack for the family back home. Hard rock is a franchise well known throughout the world. Hey! Your a tourist, you have an excuse to visit.

    Favorite Dish: The grilled fajitas and a cool drink for me!

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    Lone Star: Steak & Entertainment

    by pangelipc Written Jul 4, 2007

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    If you want to experience the Texas in a restaurant, come here. They have all sorts of memorabilia for decoration. You'll see locals & tourists eating here.

    The food is great. I love their lunch specials -- you can have a meal for under $10. Dinner is also very good, but a bit pricier. But the quantity is much larger than lunch. Have their appetizers -- cheesy french fries or their onion rings or even mushrooms. My kids love their bread rolls since they come with this flavored butter. YUM.

    Service is also pretty good most of the time.

    Favorite Dish: I love the lunch steak with either baked potato or baked sweet potato. They offer toppings which I always get on the side so I can control my calories. Both come perfectly cooked.

    Another second runner up is their grilled porkchop, which always comes out perfectly -- not dry & tough.

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    Capricciosa: Huge pasta dishes

    by pangelipc Written Jul 4, 2007

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    Large restaurant --especially if you go to their Agana location. They have 2 other sites in Tumon -- one at the Pleasure island end (across the Westin) and another in the Royal Orchid Hotel.

    Large pasta bowls which are good to share with 2 or even 3 people.

    Friendly staff & lots of extra bowls & cheese to share.

    Favorite Dish: I love their Seafood Spaghetti, and their soupy lasagna.

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    Toh Lee at Hotel Nikko: Dim Sum with a View

    by mskwan Written Mar 8, 2007

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    This Chinese restaurant is located on the 16th floor at Hotel Nikko. It's expensive but the view is superb, and I say it's worth the price. We went there for dim sum lunch. The price is $25 a head with all you can eat food and ice tea. As in most dim sum restaurants, the little finger size dumplings/pasteries comes in bamboo steamers - the waiter show them to you and you point and choose. The big plus is that you can also select from the menu with items like fried prawns and a variety of Chinese deserts. The food taste fine but a little cool in temperature for my taste. I checked the dinner menu, it's too expensive to try. Hey, let me know if the view is good in the evening.

    They open everyday for dinner. For dim sum lunch, they are only open on Saturday and Sunday.

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  • Gotta go to the Chamorro...

    by guahoo Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Gotta go to the Chamorro village by taking the shuttle bus located across the Tamuning Plaza Hotel in the Alupang Beach tower or make use of the cheap rental cars available. Local food stalls, mostly at about $5 a plate! Check out Wednesday's night market - Good food, entertainment and local and tourist crowd!
    Can't beat the price and the fiesta atmosphere on the Wednesday nighs! Its not an enclosed building, so you can feel the cool ocean breeze and smell the great barbecue!

    Favorite Dish: Get one of those fiesta plates, that includes the Guam fiesta food staples such as the red rice, pancit, barbecue chicken and ribs, and local salad.

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  • Marty's: Guam's Best Mexican

    by JenNJohn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Marty's makes the best mexican food you can find on Guam. (Not that it has much competition).

    The atmosphere is fun, kind of a bar style. It's actually a bar attached to the main bowling alley of the island though it does have it's own entrance. A great night-on-the-town with your buddies kind of place.

    One perk the guys will love...the waitresses are usually dressed rather skimpy, cut off tees and daisy duke shorts.

    Favorite Dish: Their dishes are huge, sufficiantly cheesy and have real beans and ingredients, including fresh avacado.

    Marty's also makes some of the best margarita's in town be sure to give them a call and go when the pitchers are half price.

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    Feb 13, 2013 at 12:44 AM

    CORE BBQ - Laid Back dining on Fujita Drive behind down toward the beach.
    I have been to Hawaii and Saipan and all the restarants on Guam. It's ahrd to find that island ambiance like Core. If you like any of the following you must go to Core (warm tropical nights, relaxed outdoor dining, friendly service, Jimmy Buffet's lifestyle, tropical music, speaking Japanese, or not speaking Japanese, beer, lobster, watching Japanese girls eat, watching Japanese boys eat, eating, more beer, walking on the beach after you eat, getting picked up and dropped off at your hotel...etc. CORE is run by the Sako family and they provide a mix of professionally grilled meats and seafood, Japanese and local dishes that satisfy. But everyone I know who goes there especially loves the mood. Wear your aloha shirt or mumu for sure. If they have the short Hula show while you are there just order more beer and try not to let the local dancer kids pull you out to the stage. This place never advertises so is a hole inthe wall mostly frequented by Japanese who heard about it through the grape vine. No noisy drinkers or roudy people -they are all at The Beach. So kick back, teach Mitsuru some English and enjoy.

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