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.
The best buffets on the island! A full array of buffet items will satisfy all appetites for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A different theme buffet from Seafood night to Mediterranian night is available nightly. The place you’d rather be for Sunday brunch with the whole family is at the Islander Terrace Champagne Sunday brunch.
Guests’ palates will be enticed at this northern Italian steakhouse that features sizzling house cured steaks, hand crafted pasta, fresh antipasti, decadent Italian desserts and a wine list to intrigue any wine connoisseur. Located in the Dusit Thani Guam Resort.
Relax and enjoy the beautiful sunset while sipping a drink at the pool bar at the Lotte Hotel Guam. Guests can unwind after a long day shopping and sightseeing by lying down on the sun bed over-looking our infinity pool.
It may sound weird, but our obsession with the tasty small fish had grown since our shirasu-don lunch earlier on Enoshima Island. So, it was only natural that the signboard for the hotdogs featuring the regional specialty would draw our attention.
If you visit Nakamise shopping street, you’re sure to come across the Japanese Tea House Hello Kitty Saryo Enoshima. If you don’t have time to stop for a sit-down lunch, the location also offers a “take out” counter serving up various Hello Kitty-themed drinks and sweets.
Weeks after finding out our next assignment would be Camp Zama, Japan, and shortly before our arrival in the Land of the Rising Sun, I happened upon a cookbook co-authored by Naoko Takei Moore and Kyle Connaughton.