Top 10 Restaurants in Pantai Kok
Best Places to Dine in Pantai Kok
Pantai Kok is home to the tourist-friendly Telaga Harbour Park and the Oriental Village, both of which host the most attractions, activities, restaurants, bars and shopping venues in Langkawi. The Oriental Village, offering a peaceful view of the majestic Mat Cincang Mountain and lush greenery, has a variety of Asian-style cuisine while Telaga Harbour Park plays host to a range of upscale bistros and eateries that overlook the tranquil Andaman Sea.
Ideal for families on vacation, indulgent visitors and backpackers, our Top 10 Restaurants in Pantai Tengah offers local and international fare, most of which is also generous in portion size and great value for money.
- Grand Island Tour
- Mangrove Forest & Eagle Watching Tour
- Sunset Cocktail Cruise
- Private Half-Day Island Hopping Experience
- Half-Day Island Hopping
- Mangrove Forest & Eagle Watching
- Scenic Cruise with Lunch
- Private Cable Car & Oriental Village Visit
- Helicopter Experience Over Dayang Bunting Lake
- Half-Day Langkawi Island Tour
Feast is an all-day restaurant that serves a mix of Asian, western and fusion fare in Pantai Kok. Situated within the Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort, this chic and spacious establishment is set against the backdrop of a beautiful tropical garden that’s perfect for a relaxing dining experience. Offering themed nightly buffets with cooking stations dotting the sidelines, this eatery also features an a la carte menu with a mix of Asian and Western food such as burgers, steaks, char kuey teow (stir-fried flat noodles), Sarawak laksa, and spicy beef rendang. For breakfast, we highly recommend Feast’s delicious croissants and fluffy pancakes served with butterscotch.
2Privilege Restaurant & Bar0
- Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 10:30, 11:30 – 14:30 & 18:00 – 23:00
- Address: Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort
- Tel: +604 952 8000
Privilege Restaurant & Bar is an upscale eatery that is well-frequented for its posh ambience as well as extensive food and beverage offerings. Situated on the first floor of Perdana Quay that overlooks the yacht-filled harbour and Mediterranean-style buildings, the restaurant has a contemporary and elegant interior with wine-red and cream walls, elegant furniture, and jazz music playing in the background. Privilege Restaurant & Bar serves Malay and Indian cuisine with a fusion twist: try the New Zealand lamb and curry potato samosas or the roasted five-spice duck breast with white radish cake and garlic bok choy (Chinese cabbage). In addition to a well-stocked bar, the restaurant also serves fresh fruit juices, tea and coffee, as well as crème brulee, cakes, and ice-cream for dessert.
3Mare Blu Italian Ristorante0
- Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 12:00 – 23:00
- Address: B8, First Floor, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park
- Tel: +604 956 1188
Touting itself to be the only Italian restaurant in Langkawi, Mare Blu Italian Ristorante serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine from seafood to homemade pastas and pizzas. With a beautiful view of the harbour, the restaurant is also perfect for drinks after the sun sets in the Perdana Quay area. Complementing its delicious and affordably-priced Italian fare, Mare Blu Italian Ristorante also has a fine selection of wine, beers, freshly brewed coffees and grappe for a family-friendly dining experience. Definite must-tries include the buffalo mozzarella, an antipasto served with ripe tomatoes, braised zucchini and basil oil, pan-roasted salmon with red pepper coulis, watercress, and mascarpone, as well as lamb cutlets with a side of potato fondant, pea sprout, goat's cheese and tapenade.
- Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 02:00
- Address: B 5-6, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park
- Tel: +604 959 3830
Santai Cafe, conveniently located between Telaga Harbor and Langkawi International Airport, is a humble-looking eatery that serves mostly Western cuisine with a few local delights in Pantai Kok. While Santai Cafe is a fully air-conditioned eatery, during the breezy evening, guests who want to observe locals going about their day in the quaint fishing village of Kuala Teriang can opt for the al fresco dining section. Santai Cafe’s signature dish is the nasi ayam santai, a savoury serving of buttered rice with fried marinated chicken, special homemade black chilli sauce, and a bowl of chicken soup. For dessert, try the mango split topped with three scoops of ice-cream.
5Mizumi Japanese Restaurant0
- Opening Hours: Daily 16:00 – 00:00
- Address: 209 Kampung Batu Ara, Jalan Pantai Kok
- Tel: +604 955 2702
Facing the beautiful central pond of the Oriental Village beside the bridge, Mizumi Japanese Restaurant is a rather upscale establishment that serves up the standard Japanese fare. The chef is unfailingly helpful and ever-friendly, and the food is really tasty. Highly recommended dishes in Mizumi Japanese Restaurant include the wagyu beef, salmon teriyaki, prawn tempura and banana fritters. With indoor and al fresco dining options, the restaurant’s location in Oriental Village results in a hushed, yet trendy and upscale ambience. Mizumi Japanese Restaurant is not particularly crowded but it’s not exactly empty either so diners are ensured of a pleasantly quiet meal.
- Opening Hours: Daily 12:00 – 15:00 & 18:00 – 21:30
- Location: Oriental Village, Jalan Teluk Baru, Pantai Kok
- Tel: +604 959 1557
Captain’s Grill is a quaint fine dining restaurant that serves seafood and Western specialities in Pantai Kok. Located within Century Langkawi Beach Resort, Captain’s Grill is beautifully designed to resemble a massive sail boat with an al fresco atmosphere that overlooks the Andaman Sea. It is only open for dinner, which allows guests to enjoy a breeze-filled meal under the stars. For a gastronomic experience unlike most restaurants in Langkawi, try their tantalising Australian beef tenderloin served with lemongrass prawns, garlic mashed potatoes, brown sauce, and Béarnaise sauce. The restaurant’s signature Touch of the Orient (lychee, pineapple, guava, orange, coconut, and grenadine syrup) mocktail makes for a tangy thirst quencher during Langkawi’s hotter days.
7Shin Mi Seafood Village0
- Opening Hours: Saturday – Thursday 18:30 – 22:30
- Location: Century Langkawi Beach Resort
- Tel: +604 952 8000
Shin Mi Seafood Village, nestled in a fisherman village in Pantai Kok, serves fresh seafood as well as authentic Thai and Chinese cuisine. The restaurant is a ten-minute drive from Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort and The Danna Langkawi. Boasting a variety of live seafood which is all kept in large aquariums, service here is prompt and friendly. Highly recommended are its fried mantis shrimp, sweet, sour and spicy sea bass, steamed flower lobster, and black pepper crabs. Shin Mi Seafood Village has a laidback and warm ambience, perfect for diners who want to unwind after a long day of exploring Langkawi Island.
- Opening Hours: Daily 13:00 – 22:30
- Address: 70, Kampung Batu Ara, Kuala Teriang
- Tel: +604 955 1431
Tapaz Restaurant, located on the corner of the Telaga Harbour Park boardwalk facing the many yachts docked in the waterfront, offers a stunning menu of tapas, seafood and paella. Easily spotted thanks to its bright orange walls, paintings featuring toreros engaged in a bull fight, and traditional wine barrels converted into dining tables, this well-frequented restaurant has a truly unique vibe. Offering a range of Spanish starters and main courses as well as Western and Asian dishes, Tapaz Restaurant’s signature Tapaz platter, chicken liver served with homemade bread, Albondigas de Pollo tapas and Torrero Pizzeta make delicious companions to a pint of cold and cheap Corona in the colourful outdoor setting.
- Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 23:00
- Address: A1 & A2, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park
- Tel: +6012 329 4094
Featuring some ambiguously-Russian themed fare, USSR Restaurant may not be the most popular restaurant along Perdana Quay but it is surprisingly good. After a few days of local cuisine, seafood and Western fare of the pizza and pasta-kind in Langkawi, USSR Restaurant is actually a good way to break out of the rut. While Russian cuisine is a rare delicacy in many parts of Malaysia, be a little adventurous and try the Zakuson – a salmon salad platter or the Kaurdak – a lamb dish. With a red-themed interior and USSR flags and pictures adorning the walls, USSR Restaurant’s overall atmosphere is friendly and casual.
- Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 23:00
- Address: Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park, Pantai Kok
- Tel: +604 956 1023 or +604 956 1022 or +6012 432 7408
The Loaf is a Japanese-style bakery and bistro situated on the edge of Telaga Harbour Park. Popular among tourists and locals alike, this cosy all-day dining option offers a picture-perfect view of the Andaman Sea. In addition to its freshly baked pastries and breads, The Loaf also offers an extensive range of Western and Asian cuisine such as sandwiches, pastas, salads, soups, pancakes, beef and chicken satay, tom yam, and signature ayam percik (spicy barbecued chicken). Due to its excellent home-baked breads, pastries, cookies and jams, The Loaf also has several outlets throughout Malaysia, including a corner shop lot in Cenang Mall, Pantai Cenang.
- Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 – 23:00
- Address: C9, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park, Pantai Kok
- Tel: +604 959 4866
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