Nice food with nice view? Only here. Get surprised with the array of food options in Langkawi Island, Kedah. There are few must try food when visiting the wonderful island. Don’t miss any!
NASI DAGANG PAK MALAU
A breakfast spot with a beautiful paddy field view. Nasi Dagang is a specialty of the Kedah region and the best spot on Langkawi to try this special Malaysian delicacy here. For this local breakfast, the rice is steamed with coconut milk to give it a lovely fragrance. Served with your choice of chicken, beef or fish. It is a real ‘kampung’ style experience, which is a great way to experience local life in Langkawi.
Located inside the Rice Museum. The restaurant is run by a Japanese couple. Here is where you can get authentic homemade Japanese food as well as Chinese, Malay and Thai dishes. This is one place where you get to eat steamboat too. The meat and seafood are cooked right on your table in front of you. The restaurant is spacious.
SITI FATIMAH RESTAURANT
Where you can get variety of local eats at an affordable price. A family-owned nasi campur restaurant, which means they offer a buffet of Malay style dishes that you can choose to pair with hot rice. It is one of the most popular choice for lunch on the island. From meat to seafood to vegetable selections, there is enough variety for every tastebud. Aim to go earlier during lunch to avoid the crowd!
SCARBOROUGH FISH & CHIPS
Dreaming of eating fish and chips with an amazing beach view in Australia? Here it is. This restaurant is hidden away in the northern part of Langkawi, where it is a little more secluded and has some of the best beaches in Langkawi. Scarborough Fish & Chips sits right on the beach and offers amazing views of the beaches, while being peaceful and away from all the hustles of Cenang Beach. The setup is quite simple it is set in a small blue house with wooden furniture, but it’s simplicity is made up by the great views.
Get a delicious warm donut only for RM1. The donuts here are fresh, hot from the stove and affordable. It is so popular with the locals that there is usually a line up and they do mostly run out by the late afternoons.