One of the first places I think of when someone wants to eat local cuisine is Pika’s Café. This quaint spot located in Tumon is busy every time we go and for good reason! Pika’s has a breakfast and lunch menu full of local dishes. Each entrée is not just made but crafted. Oftentimes customers’ input help tweak unique dishes into perfection.
Though the backs of the staffs’ shirts say to “Eat Local” you are also encouraged to “buy local” here. The café offers Guam greeting cards, coffees, organic honey, jams and also has gift baskets available during the holiday season. They also feature local artists and you will see different painting, photographs or other crafts displayed and available for purchase at the front of the restaurant.
Pictured above is what we ordered last time we dined at Pika’s. On the left is the salmon tinaktak and on the right is Peter’s Bootcamp Burger which was the winning dish in Pika’s Dream Sandwich Contest back in August. $1 was donated to the Wounded Warrior Project for every sandwich sold. Unfortunately, this delightful sandwich was only available for a limited time! We also paired our lunch with a unlimited tea from their unlimted tea and tang list. You can choose whatever flavor you like, and if you aren’t sure, or just feeling adventurous, ask the staff to surprise you!
Address: 888 N. Marine Corps Drive, Star Building, Tumon, GU
Hours : 0730-1500 Mon-Sat
changing table?: no