Culinary traditions of Langkawi represent a unique combination of Chinese, Indian and Thai traditions. In addition to national cuisine restaurants, eating places that specialize in cooking European dishes are common in the archipelago. But those who hope to attend exclusively local restaurants have to prepare for an abundance of spices, as almost all meals is generously flavored with them. Seafood fans would also enjoy local restaurants, as interesting seafood dishes are served there.
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However, gourmets will be interested to see not only fashionable places, but also outdoor cafes, which also offer exciting national delicacies. A significant part of the culinary stalls start working in the second half of the day, the most popular dish is noodles with spicy sauce, laksa kedah. Miniature kebabs, sate, which can be prepared from meat, poultry or seafood, are very popular among vacationers.
In addition to the kebab, visitors of street cafes would definitely be offered a portion of boiled rice or rice pudding. Entrees are also served at street stalls; for example, sup ekor soup is an amazing treat. Literally, the name of this dish can be translated as ‘oxtail soup’; it is prepared on the basis of mutton broth with addition of herbs. Most of the local restaurants offer dishes at very reasonable prices, which would also become a nice surprise for fans of gastronomic tourism. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Langkawi is the largest island of the archipelago that consists of 99 units. It is located on the territory of Malaysia close to the border with Thailand not far away from Adamant Sea in the … Open
When choosing a restaurant for dinner, you should pay attention to the Privilege. Its menu includes all the popular local dishes. It is a nice restaurant and bar with a decent selection of drinks. In Pantai Cenang one of the best restaurants is La Sal @ Casa del Mar; the quality of food and level of service there is simply impeccable. Both gourmet and fans of exotics would appreciate the restaurant, as cooks there prepare a lot of interesting dishes following original recipes. Nearby is the famous Mediterranean restaurant, The Brasserie. There you can enjoy excellent fish dishes. Among capital's dining places the Wonderland restaurant serving Chinese cuisine has to be mentioned. It is one of the most popular and well-known budget places of Kuah, in the evenings a lot of regular customers are coming to the restaurant.
To appreciate the features of Langkawi traditional cuisine, just take a walk along the coast and visit some seaside restaurants. The city is dominated by Thai restaurants, which serve very interesting seafood dishes. The resort also boasts a lot of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian restaurants where they use a lot of authentic spices.
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Thrifty tourists will certainly love the fact that even in popular restaurants prices remain very attractive. Here you can try wonderful crabs and shrimps, a large portion of which will cost you up to 6 euros. Local restaurants serve amazing tiger prawns and grilled lobsters, which cost just about 5 euros. Fried squids, various seafood salads and french fries - these are the most common dishes that you can try in local restaurants.
Visitors to Langkawi can find several interesting gastronomic streets, a series of restaurants of a variety of specializations. One of these streets is Pantai Cenang, and all restaurants here are distinguished by a unique national flavor.
Exploration of traditions and culture of local people can turn into a fascinating process. They observe a lot of interesting old customs; they have their own character and colorful … Open
Some restaurants specialize solely in fish, while Mexican restaurants are also popular in Langkawi. They serve excellent tacos with fresh seafood and various vegetables. However, even in such original restaurants, they use mainly locally produced foods.
The most affordable prices on the island are offered by Indian restaurants. For example, the popular restaurant Tomato can be found in the heart of Cenang. Here you can try various types of curry with seafood, poultry meat, and vegetables, vegetarians will have a chance to taste some very interesting vegetable dishes.
It’s recommended to begin exploring the archipelago from its capital, Kuah Town. In the center of the town there is a picturesque square, Dataran Lang, which is decorated with graceful … Open
Those with a sweet tooth should pay attention to numerous bakeries and cafes, the most popular of which are housed in large shopping centers. They prepare dozens of types of cakes and pies, which are distinguished by fantastic decoration. Such desserts are quite expensive - about 5 euros per serving. Numerous stalls selling ice cream and soft drinks are particularly popular among budget travelers. They can be found on lively streets of literally all local resorts.
National cuisine of Malaysia
The most famous Malaysian dessert called Ais Kacang (ABC) is quite unusual for a European. It is a mixture of crushed ice, covered with syrup and condensed milk. It is served with various fillings: peanuts, corn, and ice cream. The dessert is not only delicious but also perfectly quenches the thirst.