Crust Pizzeria

Another Great Restaurant on Guam, Crust Pizzeria!

I was wondering what will go into a new building in East Hagatna had just built and finally I had a chance to find out.

Another New restaurant showed up in the island's capital, Hagatna.

And it is a Italian restaurant, specializing in pizza.

Their lovely staff, Lupe, took care of our order that day.

She was very helpful and knowledgeable about the food there. I was not familiar with Italian food. I only recognized pizza menu, Margherita, but I wanted to try something special there but their menu with no picture didn't help my imagination, so Lupe's suggestion for lunch for us to try was very helpful.

We chose her first suggestion, Salsiccia which has Crust sausage, garlic, roasted red peppers, calabrain oil, ricotta cheese and basil.

It said "Inspired by Tony Gemignani, 11 time World Pizza Champion - Tony's Pizza Napoletana, SF, CA" (Wow, we couldn't help try this!)

There was a big Wood Fire Pizza Oven in the Open Kitchen and their pizza was thin crust style which was my favorite.

After we tried this pizza, we were to too full yet, so my husband wanted to try, Bruschetta.

Lovely Lupe said that Crust's Bruschetta is different from other restaurant on Guam. And sure enough, she was right. It was very different. As my husband was thinking one from restaurant like Capricciosa that he's tried before, when Crust's Bruschetta came, he was a little disappointed.

We told Lupe how we felt and she explained how they came up with this Bruschetta menu because of most of their food supplies are imported.

This would be good with a glass of wine or something at dinner time, we thought.

But overall we were very happy to have lunch there and want to discover other menu taste like in the near future.

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