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Ben N Yan's

Ben N Yan’s originated in the Philippines in 1995 in Pampanga, San Fernando.  Belinita and Salvador Espino, along with their two sons, Neil Benson and Bryan, brought the "Taste of Filipino Food" to Guam in 2002.

The Espino's were able to bring in a head cook, Randy Namuco, from Cavite. His 30-plus years of cooking experience at the Island Cove Resort brought stability to the menu. The H-2 and local workforce has also offered the greatest customer service and family oriented dining experience.

Our Banquet Room

Our Banquet Room can accommodate your most memorable milestone celebrations. 

Maximum occupancy 100 people.

We also provide catering services for all events.

Our Banquet Room can accommodate your greatest milestone events. Maximum occupancy 100 people.

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2017 Pika's Best Filipino Food: Ben N’ Yan’s

With a large thriving Filipino community on island, it’s no wonder we’ve got excellent authentic Filipino cuisine on Guam. Local favorite restaurant Ben N’ Yan’s serves all the essentials, from pinakbet (vegetable dish with eggplant, bittermelon, pork bits, okra and shrimp paste) to kare-kare oxtail (peanut butter stew with tender oxtail). If you haven’t tried it, be daring and sample their famous sisig (minced pork face), served on a sizzling platter with an intoxicating aroma. Finish your meal with the house favorite halo halo special, a dessert served with ube ice cream and leche flan on top.