Good service and friendly staff. But nothing too special and lots of tourist. Feels more like a cafeteria than local diner
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I came here with family for a late Sunday dinner. We ordered shrimp Tao Si, cheese&tuna melt, combo yakisoba, sweet&sour chichen and 2 kids meals. The first 3 tasted good and came out in a timely manner. However the nuggets in the kids meal was...More
my wife grew up on Guam and we were back for her high school reunion. She wanted Chamorro comfort food, since we had been to Kings, we decided to go to Shirley's. I already had breakfast, however I joined her and I had some of...More
Shirley's was always known for their half chicken and fried rice both regular and garlic. Sorry to see the pricing go up but the quality and taste is not what it used to be. Sorry to see this well known place take a dive from...More
Shirley's had a good offering of Chamorro/Filipino/American cuisine and the service was great. Always helpful and very friendly. It was usually jampacked during lunch hour and dinner. I would try the Portuguese sausage or if you want something spicier go for the Chamorro sausage.
There is more than one but we only ate at one. Varied menu, lots of choices, American, Korean, Japanese, Churramo, Filipino, some we couldn't identify. Basic good comfort food for everyone - everyone in the restaurant laughing talking (too loud for us) having a good...More