Where to eat in Guam

Whenever you get to a new spot you always wonder where to eat.  If you are on a budget every dollar counts so you sometimes you need to eat cheap but other times you want to splurge, but make it count!  Here we went through some of the best places to eat in Guam, for cheap, mid-range, breakfast, places with a great view, and fine dining so that you can have a range based on your budget.

Cheap but yummy eating

Wednesday Night Market ($) Every Wednesday night locals and tourists alike come together at the Chamorro village.  From 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm come enjoy inexpensive authentic Chamorro dishes, from $1 for a chicken or pork BBQ stick, $2 for banana lumpia (banana eggrolls drizzled in honey), and if you’re still hungry, plates of food vary from $5-9.  You can also enjoy several cultural dance areas and live music.  There are many vendors selling low priced souvenirs as well.  Bring cash because most of the stands are cash only.

Meskla Dos ($) For some casual dining of gourmet hamburgers, sandwiches, and local style BBQ plates, Meskla Dos is your best bet.  Prices ranging from $9 to $16 dollars, which is the hamburger that covers an entire plate! They also have a signature BBQ with our house-made shakes, traditional floats, and a selection of cold beer by the bottle.

Somewhere in the Middle

Mosa’s Joint ($$) Starting out in a truck and with growing popularity moving into a full-sized restaurant featuring local art.  At Mosa’s they have amazing and large culinary creations ranging from $15 to $30 dollars.  Specials changing daily from coconut panko crusted salmon with sweet chili habanero aioli ($16.95) to a charbroiled New York ($28.95) or Ribeye ($32.95) steak with truffle herb butter sauce, topped with portabellas.  Or for something on the lighter side try the lemongrass rubbed ahi salad with papaya seed dressing with sundried tomatoes and avocado ($16.95).  This place will not disappoint, anything you order will be delicious.

Crust Pizzeria Napoletana ($$) If Italian food is what you are after look no further than Crust.  With gourmet pizzas and an array of other Italian dishes you will find what you are looking for.  Every Wednesday night from 6 pm to 9 pm they have live music and 50% of wine bottles.  Until 6pm daily you can enjoy 50% off all wood-fired pizzas, select cocktails, wine and draft beers!  Regular menu plates and pizzas range from $14 to $30 dollars.

Awesome Breakfast:

The Kracked Egg ($$) Located in the downtown area with outdoor and indoor seating this is a perfect place to have your morning breakfast or lunch.  From eggs benedict to omelets, to French toast you will find something here that will curve your morning cravings.  Prices range from $10 to $16 per plate.

3 squares ($$) Serves American comfort food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at $11 to $30 dollars per plate.  Get your favorites like biscuits and gravy, waffles, fried chicken, steak, and mash potatoes.

Pika café ($$) Inspired by local Chamorro and California style cooking. From local farmers to your table. They serve unique savory dishes for breakfast and lunch.  Price ranges from $10 to 16 dollars per plate.

Great View Places:

The Beach Bar ($$) This place is right on Gun Beach near the main strip of hotels with an amazing view of the sunset.  With specials all week long and live music every evening you can’t go wrong.  They serve American food at $10 to 25 dollars per plate and beers ($5/6) and cocktails ($9).

Sunset Grill ($$) In Asan Beach on the beachside of Marine Corps Drive has a delicious menu and an open air patio deck. Menu has a pulled pork sandwich and beef briskets (slow-smoked for 10 hours).  Or try one of their savory wood fire pizzas.  Plates are $12 to $15 dollars per plate.

Fine Dining:

Proa ($$$) For a unique Pacific-rim styled menu and fresh daily specials that will whoo and ahhh your fine dining palate.  Don’t forget to save room for dessert the special valentine’s day tart was my favorite part!  This is the spot to splurge on your budget at $17 to $35 dollars per plate.

Roy’s in the Hilton Hotel ($$$) Upscale dinning with delightful dishes like the Double Bone Pork Chop, Ora King Salmon, or Slow Braised Short Ribs.  Plates range from $31 to $60 dollars.

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Where to eat in Guam

Whenever you get to a new spot you always wonder where to eat.  If you are on a budget every dollar counts so you sometimes you need to eat cheap but other times you want to splurge, but make it count!  Here we went through some of the best places to eat in Guam, for cheap, mid-range, breakfast, places with a great view, and fine dining so that you can have a range based on your budget.

Cheap but yummy eating

Wednesday Night Market ($) Every Wednesday night locals and tourists alike come together at the Chamorro village.  From 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm come enjoy inexpensive authentic Chamorro dishes, from $1 for a chicken or pork BBQ stick, $2 for banana lumpia (banana eggrolls drizzled in honey), and if you’re still hungry, plates of food vary from $5-9.  You can also enjoy several cultural dance areas and live music.  There are many vendors selling low priced souvenirs as well.  Bring cash because most of the stands are cash only.

Meskla Dos ($) For some casual dining of gourmet hamburgers, sandwiches, and local style BBQ plates, Meskla Dos is your best bet.  Prices ranging from $9 to $16 dollars, which is the hamburger that covers an entire plate! They also have a signature BBQ with our house-made shakes, traditional floats, and a selection of cold beer by the bottle.

Somewhere in the Middle

Mosa’s Joint ($$) Starting out in a truck and with growing popularity moving into a full-sized restaurant featuring local art.  At Mosa’s they have amazing and large culinary creations ranging from $15 to $30 dollars.  Specials changing daily from coconut panko crusted salmon with sweet chili habanero aioli ($16.95) to a charbroiled New York ($28.95) or Ribeye ($32.95) steak with truffle herb butter sauce, topped with portabellas.  Or for something on the lighter side try the lemongrass rubbed ahi salad with papaya seed dressing with sundried tomatoes and avocado ($16.95).  This place will not disappoint, anything you order will be delicious.

Crust Pizzeria Napoletana ($$) If Italian food is what you are after look no further than Crust.  With gourmet pizzas and an array of other Italian dishes you will find what you are looking for.  Every Wednesday night from 6 pm to 9 pm they have live music and 50% of wine bottles.  Until 6pm daily you can enjoy 50% off all wood-fired pizzas, select cocktails, wine and draft beers!  Regular menu plates and pizzas range from $14 to $30 dollars.

Awesome Breakfast:

The Kracked Egg ($$) Located in the downtown area with outdoor and indoor seating this is a perfect place to have your morning breakfast or lunch.  From eggs benedict to omelets, to French toast you will find something here that will curve your morning cravings.  Prices range from $10 to $16 per plate.

3 squares ($$) Serves American comfort food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at $11 to $30 dollars per plate.  Get your favorites like biscuits and gravy, waffles, fried chicken, steak, and mash potatoes.

Pika café ($$) Inspired by local Chamorro and California style cooking. From local farmers to your table. They serve unique savory dishes for breakfast and lunch.  Price ranges from $10 to 16 dollars per plate.

Great View Places:

The Beach Bar ($$) This place is right on Gun Beach near the main strip of hotels with an amazing view of the sunset.  With specials all week long and live music every evening you can’t go wrong.  They serve American food at $10 to 25 dollars per plate and beers ($5/6) and cocktails ($9).

Sunset Grill ($$) In Asan Beach on the beachside of Marine Corps Drive has a delicious menu and an open air patio deck. Menu has a pulled pork sandwich and beef briskets (slow-smoked for 10 hours).  Or try one of their savory wood fire pizzas.  Plates are $12 to $15 dollars per plate.

Fine Dining:

Proa ($$$) For a unique Pacific-rim styled menu and fresh daily specials that will whoo and ahhh your fine dining palate.  Don’t forget to save room for dessert the special valentine’s day tart was my favorite part!  This is the spot to splurge on your budget at $17 to $35 dollars per plate.

Roy’s in the Hilton Hotel ($$$) Upscale dinning with delightful dishes like the Double Bone Pork Chop, Ora King Salmon, or Slow Braised Short Ribs.  Plates range from $31 to $60 dollars.

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