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Pika Cafe Guam Review
...serving an incredible pork belly sandwich!


December 2013

The one thing I have to have when I go home is barbequed pork belly with fina'denne' and rice. I'm happy to say that my bestie always comes through -- but I'm also happy to say that Pika's pork belly sandwich was rediculously delicious! The cafe doesn't use bbq pork belly, however the sandwich was just incredible. I wish I could have made it back there again, but 20+ eatieries in two weeks was a busy schedule. The picture below is of the pork belly treat.

 pika's pork belly sandwich image 

I would have tried the tinaktak burger on my second trip -- I mean ground beef and coconut milk -- yummy! My sister-in-law had the steak & brie sandwich below -- that she said was quite delicious. 

 pikas steak brie sandwich 

This is the menu from December 2013:

pikas cafe guam menu


guam pika cafe menu image

Telephone  671-647-7452


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Effective March 2021, PaulaQ will begin replacing Canola and vegetable/seed oils in recipes with pure lard from Reverence Farm, and organic coconut oil. In addition, beef, pork, and poultry products will be sourced from Reverence Farm in Graham, NC. 



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