Dragonflies and butterflies dance during the day and the moon and stars shine bright at night! Fish Eye restaurant is filled with a tropical ambiance!
The restaurant is across the street from the underwater observatory, which is set in a lush tropical garden.
A number of Tiki statues made by Pacific Island artists embellish the restaurant's entrance, evoking the mighty energy of the South Pacific Islands.
A location for souvenir pictures.
The restaurant is an open-air theater facing a manmade lagoon and a waterfall with a replica of a native bungalow. Experience the warm tropical ambiance live musical entertainment and demonstrations of Tiki statue carving.
Join us for our Coconut Experience to discover everything there is to know about coconuts, husks, and flavor.
When the restaurant theater is illuminated, it begins to take on an outstanding appearance.
Fish Eye's original pareo is available in a range of colors and is the finest Guam memento. These vibrant and lightweight pareos can be worn in a variety of ways. Please do not hesitate to seek help from our professionals.
Many of the intriguing framed pictures made by renowned underwater photographer Tim Rock are on display.
A locker facility, outdoor shower, and separate changing rooms.
The dolphin-watching cruise and the sunset boat leave from a marina about 15 minutes away by vehicle. The trips may leave from either the Agat or Agana Marina, depending on the condition of the sea.
Fish Eye Restaurant
|Hours of Operations:||Open daily (year-round)|
|Lunch Buffet from 11 am to 2 pm (reservations are recommended)|
|Dinner Buffet with Dinner Show (reservations are required)|
Open-air restaurant theater (220 seat capacity)
Island-style stage surrounded by lagoon and tropical gardens.
ADA-compliant accessible for individuals with disabilities
Show audio system
Underwater Photo display
Outdoor shower and changing rooms with lockers
Parking lot (capacity for 5 large tour buses and 30 regular-sized motor vehicles)