Original fusion sushi
Tuna Poki Roll: A roll of tuna dipped in soy sauce and sesame oil
California Crunch Roll: A roll of avocado tempura with crab paste and spicy mayonnaise
Spicy Calamari Roll: Fried squid legs roll with spicy mayonnaise
Niji Japanese Restaurant offers both traditional and contemporary Japanese cuisine featuring the freshest ingredients prepared by authentic Japanese chefs. Guests can enjoy a bountiful daily lunch buffet highlighted by live sushi, teppanyaki, tempura stations, and more.
A wide range of noodle dishes are available on Guam, including Philippine pancit, Vietnamese pho, and Korean cold sesame noodles. But few can compare in variety and artistic merit, both in taste and appearance, to Japanese ramen.
Original fusion sushi
En Roll: A roll of tuna, salmon, pickles and local fruits in season with topping of roe and mayonnaise
Aburi Salmon Roll: A roll of crab stick, avocado, cucumber with topping of broiled salmon and mayonnaise
There are a number of good Japanese restaurants on Guam and I always enjoy going to a new one for the first time. Uomaru Honten Japanese Restaurant is actually a surprising find. We were told about this by our friends, Hideto “Pancho” Yanase and his wife Sue, who own Kai Japanese Restaurant.
It is only right to start the year with a spotlight on what has to be an extraordinary Teppanyaki performance at the President Nippon by the Nippon’s Chef De Cuisine, Yoshifuru Kaneko. I have had the pleasure of being served by Chef Kaneko during several special dinners.
Salmon is one of my favorite varieties of fish. I love it anyway you prepare it — grill it with my teriyaki sauce, make fresh salmon kelaguen, or bake it in my creamy mushroom garlic sauce — I love it all.
Guam’s Chamorro culture can be experienced through all of the senses, most especially taste. Throughout the ages, food has always been at the heart of Chamorro culture. The ancient Chamorro people placed such value on food that when the first explorers landed on Guam centuries ago, they traded food for Spanish and Portuguese cloth and iron.
Fisherman’s Cove at the Hilton Guam Resort & SPA offers a unique blend of fine fish and seafood with a “fish market”-like display that allows patrons to carefully select the expect cut or crustacean their hearts desire.