Top 10 Langkawi Restaurants

Most Popular Dining Experiences in Langkawi

Langkawi’s most popular eating areas are located in Kuah, Pantai Cenang, Pantai Tengah and Pantai Kok. Seafood eateries are abundant, most restaurants serve Westernised takes on local dishes (meaning they’re not too spicy) and there are a few good pizza-and-pasta places.

Worth special mention is the Red Tomato Splash Beach Café in Pantai Cenang and Domino’s in Kuah – but upscale restaurants such as Nam Restaurant in Pantai Cenang are also must-visit eateries when you come to the island.

 


1
BNZ Sempoy’y Nasi Campur Padang Matsirat

One of the few good eateries on Padang Matsirat’s. There’s such a wide variety of dishes to go with your rice – try the ayam masak lemak and the sambal grilled fish – that you’ll be hard-pressed to make a choice. Operated by a husband-and-wife team, the food at this stall is not too spicy, exceptionally cheap and worth every cent. Read More...

2
La Sal Dinner Pantai Cenang

Beachside moonlit dinners come as a standard feature in Casa del Mar. Be seated among the coconut trees while being serenaded by the symphony of waves on the shore and the breeze filtered by palm fronds. The menu of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine lightly spiced with the flavours of Asia. Read More...

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Boom Boom Corner View Restaurant Pantai Tengah

Shaded by a bright red canopy and located at the junction of Jalan Pantai Tengah and Jalan Pantai Cenang, Boom Boom Corner is the place to sample some authentic Indian/Pakistani fare. Service is prompt and the interior is dimly lit by red lights. Specialities include roti canai, tandoori chicken and briyani rice. Read More...

4
Ikan-Ikan Tanjung Rhu

Set in the style of a "limas", a traditional Malaysian residence, Ikan-Ikan exudes an enviable charm. Meaning "fish" in Malay, Ikan-Ikan has a fish-scale-tiled roof. Its teak wood deck offers spectacular ocean views unrivalled in Asia. Ikan-Ikan is divided into four main seating areas, each offering spectacular views of the Andaman Sea. Read More...

5
Nam Restaurant Pantai Cenang

Located within Bon Ton Resort, Nam Restaurant – one of Langkawi’s most popular and respected restaurants – boasts a well-executed menu, with Thai and local influences especially evident. The upscale eatery’s specialities include the crispy Indian-style samosas and barbecued rock lobster tails. A delectable and luxurious atmosphere. Read More...

6
Red Tomato Splash Beach Café Pantai Cenang

In comparison to the open-air Tomato Nasi Kandar restaurant, this particular tomato is quite difficult to locate. Red Tomato’s entrance is shaded by trees; yet the intimate eatery does good business. Run by expats, it serves some of the best pizzas and pasta on Langkawi – prices are reasonable and its not too crowded. Read More...

7
Restoran Kak Yah Kondo Kuah

A favourite with the locals, the outdoor Restoran Kak Yah Kondo may not look like much but the food here is cheap and definitely tasty. Located opposite Kondo Istana, there’s a range of freshly-cooked Malay dishes – the nasi campur is good but also popular is the roti canai. The restaurant opens in the evening and is open past midnight. Read More...

8
The Loaf Pantai Kok

An upscale Japanese style bakery and bistro owned by former Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir, The Loaf offers more than 90 different types of bread as well as an à la carte menu featuring western dishes such as cheeseburgers and ribeye steaks. Fronting the Pantai Kok harbour, it’s a good place to get a variety of fresh and tasty fare. Read More...

9
Tomato Nasi Kandar Pantai Cenang

Known as Pantai Cenang’s best restaurant for inexpensive yet flavoursome food, Tomato Nasi Kandar is usually crowded especially if you come during lunch and dinner. One of Langkawi’s only 24-hour eateries, the food certainly doesn’t disappoint – rice and curry dishes are the best, but the mamak mee goreng is also worth a try. Read More...

10
Water Garden Hawker Centre Kuah

During the day this kopitiam (coffee shop) is filled with stalls that serve local specialities such as mee jawa goreng (javanese fried noodles), kway teow teng (rice noodles in chicken stock with pork tenderloin and fish cake) as well as mixed rice. If it’s crowded in the mornings and afternoons, that’s nothing compared to its dinner mob. Read More...


 

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