Eating Out

The essential guide to dining in the Marshall Islands.

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Won Hai Shien

Won Hai Shien

Won Hai Shien is my favorite Chinese restaurant in Majuro. Over the past 15 years or so, the eatery has suffered from a huge fire and being asked to leave their Uliga Dock venue but, fortunately, in 2017 the owners reopened in a new location in Uliga. The menu has an extensive range of options, Read More

 
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Wellness Center

Wellness Center

A great place to eat breakfast or lunch is the Wellness Center next to Majuro Hospital in Delap. Canvasback Missions started the Wellness Center in conjunction with the Ministry of Health in 2005. It employs local staff and serves super healthy vegetarian food, much of which is grown on-site. Through its three-pronged attack–lifestyle intervention, education, and Read More

 
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Eating Out Guide

Eating Out Guide

For a relatively small city, Majuro has a tremendous range of restaurants and cafes to suit all budgets and tastes. All the main hotels sport up-scale eateries, while smaller eateries and Asian restaurants can be found almost every few hundred yards in the downtown area. As well, you will find sidewalk barbecues with local women Read More

 
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Tide Table

Tide Table

This US bar/restaurant style venue has long been a popular spot for locals and tourists The menu is extensive, but specialties are the burgers and fish ‘n chips. The soups are usually very good. The Tide Table has theme nights, including Mexican on Tuesdays. Conference Room: The Kibedrikdrik Room is the fanciest conference room on Read More

 
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Enra Restaurant

Enra Restaurant

Located in the Marshall Islands Resort, the Enra Restaurant has a spacious dining room with a lagoon view. The extensive western menu includes daily specials and a pizza menu. Vegetarians are catered for well. Each Sunday they hold a very good buffet, while Tuesday evening is pasta night. The bar has a good range of beverages, Read More

 
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Flame Tree

Flame Tree

This is a western bar and restaurant style venue. It has two main rooms and a large terrace straddling both. The larger room has pool tables and ongoing karaoke. The terrace has a darts board. On balmy nights, we recommend you eat outside. The menu includes burgers, noodles, fish and chips and rice dishes and Read More

 
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Dar Cafe

Dar Cafe

This air-conditioned restaurant is well-loved by locals for breakfast and lunch. The menu includes a range of western and local food. Specialties include fresh fish and Marshallese foods such as breadfruit and pumpkin cooked in various ways. Good size servings. Don’t be surprised when the waitress sits at your table to discuss your options — Read More

 
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Chit-Chat Restaurant

Chit-Chat Restaurant

This is a slightly eccentric venue with a fabulous ocean view. Pizzas are recommended, but a range of budget food is available. A nice snack for lunch is the $5 pocket pizza. The bar’s mainstay is beer, but mixed drinks are available. This is a great place to practice your Marshallese (and get a laugh Read More