Guam, the largest island in Micronesia, is celebrating it food through its top restaurants.

Pika’s Café: Inspired by Chamorro and California style cooking, Pika’s Café is known for working with local farmers to bring the freshest ingredients to the table.

PROA Restaurant: At the entrance to Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park (Ypao Beach), PROA serves Marianas regional cuisine that fuses traditional local flavours with modern creativity.

Table 35: Pairs great European food with unique ambiance is what it offers. Highlights are steak, crème brulee, and escargot.

Mosa’s Joint Restaurant: What started out as a food truck bloomed into a full-service restaurant located in Hagåtña. Mosa’s is hailed for its great food including award-winning burgers, as well as its wonderful service and inviting atmosphere.

Terry’s Local Comfort Food: At Terry’s you’ll find all the staples of Chamorro cuisine such as red rice, kelaguen and barbecue. Terry’s also offers local comfort dishes such as hagan suni, ham hock and mungo beans, ox tail soup and more.

Kitchen Lingo: A dinner-only restaurant, Kitchen Lingo sources the best local ingredients possible, serving innovative craft food and drinks in a chic atmosphere.

Caliente Restaurant: Voted Best Mexican Restaurant by Guam locals, Caliente is known for tasty tacos, burritos and enchiladas, its generous portions and unlimited salsa bar.

Asu Smokehouse: Here it’s all about delicious smoky barbecue made by the team that was crowned Grand Champions of the Guam BBQ Block Party. Not to forget their legendary red rice and fina’denne’.

Poki-Fry: Serves up gourmet fries, poke bowls, sandwiches, and tacos made with the freshest local fish; located in Maite.

Katre Bisttro: Tucked away in Hagåtña, it serves Mediterranean-Asia fusion cuisine, and is called “Guam’s best secret.”