The Fish Eye Visitor Center is located along the rustic limestone and jungle-covered cliffline just across the beach from the Underwater Observatory. The visitor center uniquely encompasses an open-air style theater restaurant with a man-made lagoon, a flowing waterfall and a quaint wedding chapel. There is also a barbeque patio area and a local gift shop.
Throughout the restaurant, the blue sky and white clouds reflect over the surface of the lagoon right where diners enjoy our special cuisine. The swish of the waterfall running over the rocks resonate an ambiance of nature and tropics. Fish Eye restaurant offers an appetizing lunch buffet that consists of an assortment of local dishes that you are sure to enjoy. In the evenings, the scenic background also sets the stage for our renowned Polynesian Dinner Show and Seafood Buffet.
The Fish Eye Logo Shop carries a diverse selection of Fish Eye original souvenir items, hand-made sarongs, dolphin T-shirts, novelties by local artists and a special collection of arts and crafts from the islands of Micronesia and the South Pacific. There is a permanent storyboard display by master Palauan carver Francisco Sbal, student of the renowned archaeologist Hidjikata. We also feature books, postcards and an image gallery by internationally published underwater photographer, Tim Rock, who is a resident of Guam and is frequently at the store.

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