Guam Diner Bytes: Java Hut Coffee Shop

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Guam Diner Bytes: Java Hut Coffee Shop

by: Ken Stewart | The Guam Food Guy | October 20, 2012
Java Hut Coffee ShopCuisine: American, Fast Food, International
Price:
3
Review:
3
Hours: Tuesday: 6:00-20:00
Thursday: 6:00-20:00
Saturday: 6:00-20:00
: 6:00-20:00
: 7:00-20:00
Sunday: 7:00-17:00
Address:
OP Plaza Building, Farenholt Ave.,
96931 Tamuning
Guam
Phone: 671-647-5282
Email:
Menu:
URL:
Boy am I glad I met Rubyjane Buhain-Redila at a recent OOG Mover's & Shakers Mixer at the Santa Fe! She told me that she'd bought Java Hut Coffee Shop and that I should come by and try it out! Well, we did and were glad to find another place where you can order and enjoy a simple, straightforward breakfast without having to eat a buffet!!
I'd been to Java Hut before, but it is now an entirely new and unique experience, and reflects Rubyjane's personality and style. The artwork, cozy furnishings, and great background music all work together to keep you in your seat refreshing yourself!
There's a lot of options here that surprised me, including their Fondue offerings (Spinach Artichoke is $7.99, Triple Cheese is $19.99, and Chocolate is $15.99). I don't want to say "greedy" but you can get all three for $38. They serve breakfast all day and the breakfast menu items come with a 12 oz. daily grind or iced tea. I ordered the Breakfast Deluxe ($7.95) which had fluffy pancakes with eggs and breakfast sausages (only they were out of sausages and gave me bacon instead).
This was a very filling breakfast and I was generally satisfied, with the exception being my butter was still hard and needed warming to spread easier. Zee was a bit more ambitious and went for a Banana Strawberry Nutella Panini ($4.95), to which she added Bacon for $1.50. This was probably a little messier than she'd planned, but the taste was able to redeem the mess and she ate it all!
Java Hut is open Monday to Fridays from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., Satuday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday from 7 p.m. to 5 p.m. Put a little Java in your day!