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New Cafés and Restaurants in Guam to try this month

New Cafés and Restaurants in Guam to try this month

With a new year, comes new eats! Follow us on this journey as we eat our way through the island’s latest openings. Explore the new additions to Guam’s dining scene from a Cajun–Asian inspired grab-and-go food truck to a three-story Instagram worthy cafe, and more! 

 

Ediya Coffee


Sip while you shop! Experience a taste of South Korea’s most popular coffee brand, Ediya Coffee, conveniently located at the Micronesia Mall. Caramel Macchiato, Nuts Cream Latte, the list can go on. Not a coffee lover? That’s okay. Choose from any of their Flattcino drinks like the Strawberry Condensed Milk Flattcino or try a more Korean-inspired drink like the Korean Sweet Rice Punch. Did we mention they have food? Enjoy their warm honey caramel bread or sweet churros dipped in a rich chocolate sauce while sipping on one of their refreshing drinks. Whether you need a midday pick me up or something to satisfy your sweet tooth, Ediya Coffee has something for everyone! 

Hours of Operation: Sunday - Thursday 10am – 8pm, Friday – Saturday 10am – 9pm 
Location: 1088 W Marine Corps Dr, Dededo, 96929, Guam

 

Slowalk Coffee Roasters


Cruising down the southern end of Guam, you will find the eye-catching Slowalk Coffee Roasters, a three-story cafe and coffee museum in one. Yup, you read that right! As you enter the cafe, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee welcomes you to explore their array of carefully curated coffee selections from their signature cold brew to a crisp oat milk latte. Sink your teeth into their spicy bulgogi burger or indulge in their savory kimchi pork belly fries. In the mood for something blue? Their sweet and salty blue cheese croffle or cool blue lemonade is exactly what you are looking for. Once you’ve had a taste of Korea, relax and unwind with your family and friends. Don’t forget to snap a few photos for the gram to show everyone that you visited Guam’s newest Instagram worthy cafe. 

Instagram: @slowalkcoffee_official
Hours of Operation: Monday – Sunday 10am – 9pm 
Location: 123 6, Asan, 96910, Guam

 

Daddy Shane’s Raging Cajun


The seafood boil craze. Sound familiar? Scrolling through Instagram, you might have come across a reel of someone trying one of Instagram’s foodie obsessions – seafood boils. That’s exactly how Daddy Shane’s Raging Cajun came to be. This Cajun-Asian inspired food truck is a seafood lover’s paradise. Take a bite of their juicy prawn rolls or their meaty seafood loaded egg rolls. And of course, the fan-favorite shrimp seafood boil loaded with red potatoes, corn, smoked sausages, and large shrimps all soaked in a flavorful Cajun garlic butter bath. Drooling yet? For a spicy kick, try the jalapeno lean mean lemonade. Don’t knock it until you try it! Seafood boils can be messy, but don’t worry. The best part is you get to take your food to go and enjoy it right in the comfort of your own home. Catch Daddy Shane's Raging Cajun on Tuesdays between 4:30pm – 8:30pm or sold out at the Guam Farmer's Market. 

Instagram: @daddy_shane_s
Hours of Operation: Tuesdays 4:30pm – 8:30pm or sold out 
Location: Guam Farmer's Market 

 

Rice and Ramen


We all love a good bowl of ramen. It is the perfect comfort food for any occasion or mood, but store bought and homemade ramen can get boring. If you are searching for something new, make a stop at Rice and Ramen, a family-owned and operated restaurant with roots in Guam, Korea, and LA. Their diverse menu features authentic made from scratch dishes that are delicious and affordable. Customer favorites include their crispy honey butter chips or fresh furikake salad. Don’t leave without trying the Kalbi Ramen, with pure beef bone broth that is simmered for three days. Prefer to stay in? Order delivery from Good to Go.

Instagram: @riceandramen
Hours of Operation: Wednesday – Monday 11am – 9pm, Tuesday – Closed 
Location: 560 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tamuning, 96913, Guam 
Order delivery from Good to Go

 
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