Pika’s Cafe Guam: Showcasing exhibits from featured local artists
Michelle Pier, featured artist at Pika's Cafe Guam

Michelle Pier, March-May featured artist at Pika’s Cafe Guam

Pika’s Cafe is awesome. Great food, great people, great concept. All around, I am grateful they exist and they create what they create. And they support others who create stuff.

EAT LOCAL~ Guam’s Buy Local movement has grown, and Pika’s offers a variety of local products used in their menu.

My boys love it too, they are 5 and 7.

For breakfast, I recommend the Skinny Omelet (I ask to keep the yolk), it is a great healthy option that tastes awesome. Potatoes, spinach, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, and a lot of egg. No cheese on mine, just some ketchup on the side, toast with the mango jelly. My boys love the Papa’s Breakfast (we switch out the spam for bacon instead).

For lunch, I’ve tried their Salmon Tinaktak sandwich, and it too is worthy of recommendations. It is packed with salmon cooked tinaktak style with green beans. I was full off half, ate the rest for an afternoon lunch, haha.

Pika’s also supports the creative arts on Guam, featuring a new local artist exhibit on their walls every 3 months, with no commission fees.

On Tuesday’s, you can catch some live music too!

Pika’s Cafe is located across from St. John’s School in the Star Building

OPEN Monday-Saturday
Breakfast: 7:30am-10:30am
Lunch:10:30am- 3pm
Order Breakfast & Lunch To-Go!

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Here is a KUAM News Extra interview by Joan Aguon Charfaurus with Lenny Fejeran (Co-owner with his wife Pika =) ) on the concept and cuisine behind Pika’s Cafe.