Guam Diner Bytes: Meskla Chamorro Fusion Sunday Brunch
I’ve always enjoyed my visits to Meskla Chamorro Fusion Bistro so I was definitely looking forward to trying out their recently started Sunday Brunch. Admittedly, we were spoiled by the fantastic Chamorro Sunday Brunch put on by the Cepeda family’s legendary restaurant, Y Kusina, so we saw this an opportunity to once again indulge in an all-you-can-eat Sunday fiesta!
Since Zee’s made the lifestyle change of eating vegetarian, she would not be able to get the full monetary value of the buffet price ($24.95 for adults and $12.95 for children) for the foods she could eat. These buffet prices are among the lowest on island. I would suggest having their Tofu Kadon Pika available for those who don’t eat meat. That dish was so good even I would eat it again and again!
Meskla’s Sunday brunch offerings are considerable. There is an omelet station and a honey glazed ham leg slicing station. They have chalakilis for soup, Chamorro eggplant salad with coconut milk, chicken kelaguen, shrimp kelaguen, basil olive Chamorro flatbread, fried corn titiyas (tortillas), tinala katne, mustard fried chicken, scallion ginger steamed snapper, hot cakes, and desserts (including bonelos agu and manha pie).
The buffet also offers free Budweiser or Bud Light, as well as Martini Asti sparkling wine. I definitely would suggest getting reservations as the restaurant filled up pretty quickly. Everyone there seemed to be supremely pleased with what they were eating and experiencing! Must have been pretty good.