So, here is the situation: It’s Sunday, and you’re with the entire family. As lunch or supper approaches you must decide where to eat. Unfortunately, most of Guam’s restaurants are closed on Sunday, either for lunch or for the entire day! Have no fear — we’ve scoured the island to find the Best Sunday Eats on Guam.
Benii Japanese Restaurant
If you’re craving authentic Japanese cuisine, then Benii Japanese Restaurant is perfect for you with their huge selection and reasonable prices. Enjoy a wide range of dishes from soups, sushi, and tempura. We love the tofu salad, mahi mahi roll, and the out-of-this-world salmon carpaccio. As an added plus, Benii also serves breakfast!
Looking for a bit of variety with your meal choices? Head on over to the all American Ruby Tuesday’s. For those looking to eat lighter, this salad bar is one of the best on island. Ruby Tuesdays is located right next to Guam Premier Outlets. See why Ruby Tuesday made our list of the Best Burgers on Guam.
We listed this fast food falafel house as one of the Best Cheap Eats on Guam. It’s a tiny restaurant with big flavors that cater to health nuts, vegetarians, meat lovers, and those in search of something different on Guam. We recommend any of the platters, which are large enough to share for lunch, and the delicious mango yogurt smoothies! Dr. Kabob now has two locations — Tumon near Churrasco and Agana Shopping Center.
Tumon restaurant serves fantastic ramen and Japanese- and American-style sushi. Large groups can avail themselves of the private rooms with sunken tables for an authentic Japanese experience.
Fast casual restaurant in The Plaza Shopping Center has a menu of, you guessed it, shrimp of all kinds (cue Bubba Gump quotes). Our favorite is the Shrimp Gambas — a spicy, garlic Spanish affair served with French bread and rice. We also like the shrimp soup and shrimp cocktail.
Chili’s Bar & Grill
U.S. franchise delivers consistent American favorites in a casual atmosphere. Check out Chili’s happy hour specials.
This Japanese restaurant serves up tasty noodles, soups, Bento, curry, and seafood. Ajisen specializes in Kyushu style cuisine originating in Japan’s third largest island. Ajisen Ramen has two locations — one in GPO and the other in Dededo next to American Grocery.
Neighborhood bar and grill is one of Guam’s newest Stateside chains to open on Guam. Try the out-of-this-world ceviche, fried calamari, or if you’re going light, a big crispy salad.
We recommend you call individual restaurants to confirm hours of operation as these may change.