Apparently, Pacific Islands Club believes that bigger is always better. That’s exactly what they did with the re-launch of The Galley yesterday morning, with the establishment increasing in both size and menu.
Yoshihito Shibahata, general manager of PIC, said, “The Galley used to be your basic coffee pickup site with some snacks. Now, we extended everything to have a full service restaurant.”
The newly improved restaurant will now be open from 6am to 12am.
“The restaurant is open for as long as possible so if any of our guests ever need anything, they can just pick it up in here,” Shibahata said.
Bishop Ryan Jimenez as well as Fr. Romil Aperocho gave ceremonial blessings during the relaunch, while Marianas High School’s Rhythm and Harmony made a special appearance to perform for the attendees.
The Galley now has a brand new kitchen in the premises and an extended eating space.
“We want to serve more items for guests. We expanded the menu to include a variety of different dishes in comparison to small snacks. From cheeseburgers to pizza, customers can expect to be presented will an assortment of freshly warm food,” Shibahata said.
Brad Ruszala, executive director of sports, entertainment and activities for PIC, said, “The work has been going on for about a month and a half now, resulting in an expanded kitchen, eating room, and an improvement on all merchandise available for customers.”