Guam Food Guy's Top 10 Reviews for 2001
Although I reviewed over 70 restaurants in 2001, the following ten establishments impressed me at the time of my review and are still providing excellent experiences for diners. I do not intend for this to be a "rating" of Guam's best restaurants...this will be another project we'll consider in the future, and will be done by category. Some high profile restaurants that have extraordinary service and awesome food were not included and I don't want anyone to think that their exclusion reflects on their quality. Also, as I'd mentioned earlier, this list is limited to 2001 reviews. I just wanted to share what I felt to be some special elements about these restaurants that made them memorable, fun and great eating adventures.
In no particular order, the Guam Food Guy's Top 10 Reviews for 2001:
1. Josephine's Chamorro Kitchen
If you want good, down-home Chamorro cooking, then Josephine's will not disappoint.
2. Prego Italian Restaurant (Westin Resort Guam)
Prego is a colorfully decorated restaurant without pretense, and allows diners to enjoy exquisite Italian cuisine in a quiet, intimate setting overlooking Tumon Bay.
3. Roy's (Hilton Guam Resort & Spa)
One thing you can always be sure of when going to Roy's is that you won't know what fabulous culinary creations await you!
4. Taipei Restaurant
Located in the New Century Hotel, on Ypao Road, this treasure of a restaurant was previously in the Hafa Adai Exchange. Although you'd have a hard time identifying the decor as Chinese, you'll know that the food is both authentic and good when you see many local Chinese eating here.
5. Bistro (Pacific Islands Club)
Answering a long-awaited call, Bistro took the initiative to deliver to Guam's breakfast offerings an upscale, American style menu selection that must be experienced to appreciate.
6. Hava Java Cafe
If you've not experienced Hava Java Cafe's "Make Me A Sandwich" menu special, then you've got something good to look forward to doing soon!
7. Sakura's Kitchen
Two thumbs up for this little treasure and if I had "four" thumbs, they'd be up! There's no over-praising this little eatery, which is appreciated for its simplicity, quaintness, cleanliness and charm.
8. Siam Cuisine
There are already a lot of loyal customers who know just how good the food is at Siam Cuisine in Anigua, just try going there at 12:30 pm to get a table ... you'll be standing for a while.
9. Niji Japanese Restaurant (Hyatt Regency Guam)
If you've not been to the Niji Japanese Restaurant in the last few weeks, you can expect to be pleasantly surprised (if not amazed) at their new lunch buffet. The amount and variety of food items that were available to eat was impressive and almost overwhelming.
10. Tairyo Sushi Bar
"Oishii!" (delicious) must have been repeated a hundred times! If you love sushi, then this is a restaurant where you will appreciate it's culinary appeal as well as enjoy a freshness that will astonish you.
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