Guam Dinner Bytes: Tumon Bay Lobster & Grill

by Ken Stewart
Guam Food Guy
I had not been here for some time and just dropped by with a colleague. I'd already had a late lunch but felt I could do some chasers. We sat inside their newly-remodeled dining room and were enjoying the air-conditioned comfort.
 
My friend David Evans was performing outside entertaining the tourists on the deck. I ordered the Sauteed Crab Legs in Garlic Herb Butter ($19.95) while Aileen had the Chopped Steak ($16.95), which Is described as Chopped Steak stir fried with Celery, Bell Pepper, and Sauteed onions.
 
While we were waiting and drinking a glass of wine, we were brought a complimentery order of Beef Kelaguen with a fried tortilla. (Thanks chef!). Actually this was a pretty decent beef kelaguen! For $7.95 you can't go wrong. Just the right amount of tartness and a little pepper.
 
We were brought the crab legs and the chopped steak. Honestly, we really enjoyed both items, in fact I liked the Chopped Steak more than the crab legs! There was so much more natural flavors from the vegetables, which still had texture!
 
Carrots, Celery, Onions - these are important elements. The beef was tender and there a pretty sizeable portion. There was red rice and some house made slaw. Impressive. Shout outs to the kitchen team at Tumon Bay Lobster & Grill, which included Brian Evangelista, JR Kazuma, Delmar Obed, & Rhett Villanueva! Good job guys!
 

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