Breakfast, lunch and dinner staples in a restaurant that's been a staple of island food for more than half a century? You know what's cooking!
Linda's Coffee Shop in Hagåtña is a testament to local business done right, serving island hospitality with every bite, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, since 1957, according to their old restaurant menus.
Whether it's a full-on, full order of their fan favorite corned beef fried rice omelet, which is enough to feed a family of four, or their homestyle, put-you-to-sleep kadon katne or mannok (meat or chicken stew) – you won't leave Linda's dissatisfied, let alone with an empty stomach.
In the retro diner, the same one your grandparents ate at back in the 1960s, grab a chair or stool, and fix your eyes on their long list of island delicacies.
What you want, when you want it
If it's 2 a.m. after a good night out, they've got the crispy fried chicken you're craving! If it's 10 a.m. after Sunday Mass, pancakes, over-easy eggs, bacon and toast are aptly available. If it's 1 p.m. after a successful errand run, treat yourself to mouthwatering chop steak and a side of crisp french fries. They really do have it all, and when you want it, too!
When you visit Linda's, you get a taste of the island in every bite. You feel the kind of warm, pleasant feeling you get at home – and that's because you are.