Guam Diner Bytes: Middle Eastern Nights at Pacific Star Cafe
Prepare to enter a brave new world of exotic tastes and flavors. Take a magic carpet ride (after puffing your hookah) and land in the center of Tumon on the 4th floor deck of Pacific Star Cafe’s terrace which has been transformed to a Middle Eastern fantasy! A new buffet launched on March 14. called Middle Eastern Nights.
The Pacific Star’s management team has brought in a special guest chef, Chef Adam Sebouai, who is a specialist in Middle Eastern cuisine. Chef Sebouai hails from Tunisia, which rests on the Mediterranean Sea. The featured food is similar to Greek cuisine with hummus, falafel, tabbouleh, kebabs, and shwarma-roasted fresh lamb carved to your liking and loaded in a pita pocket with some veggies and “tzatziki” yoghurt garlic sauce.
For this event, you will be amazed at the full range of offerings that will be prepared. Grilled Kebabs of beef, chicken and jumbo prawns interlaced with grilled onions, bell peppers and eggplant. Desserts, including baklava and other Middle Eastern confections will be available with a fresh fruit medley flavored with fresh mint. Dates and toasted almond slivers will be had while you toke on your hookah in the great outdoors.
Be sure to top off your journey to the Middle East with a specially brewed Turkish coffee. It is one of the most divine coffees you’ll ever have – perfection in a cup. Kudos to the extraordinary vision of Pacific Star’s General Manager Roy Abraham who has drawn inspiration from his many years of world travel.
Bringing Chef Adam Sebouai to Guam is a game-changer and this dinner buffet experience will run through April 5th. Stay tuned for more details on this extraordinary culinary treat – an out of the box dining adventure.
Ken “The Guam Food Guy” Stewart