Langkawi, Malaysia




There are the upscale restaurants at the 4-5 star resorts and hotels in Langkawi if you plan to splurge yourself for lunch or dinner. These include the Sheraton (Teluk Nibong), Meritus Pelangi (Pantai Cenang), Andaman Resort (Teluk Datai), Tanjung Sanctuary (Teluk Nibong), Tanjung Rhu Resort (Ayer Hangat) and Berjaya Langkawi Resort (Burau Bay) to name a few. These upscale establishments generally cater to the Western tourists and therefore devoted to Western dishes. Though Malaysian dishes are also served, they are generally well-prepared but catered to serve the Western palate.

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Langkawi Berjaya Resort

Langkawi Berjaya Resort

Perdana Quay at Telaga Harbour Park is a beautiful yachting marina located in the southwestern coast of Langkawi Island. Perdana Quay has an impressive setting featuring exquisite Mediterranean architecture and a scenic view of Telaga Harbour. The view of the sunset here is spectacular and not to be missed! There are several high-end restaurants, bistros and cafes here catering mainly to Western dishes. Perdana Quay looks rather deserted and therefore a great place for a quiet evening over dinner and drinks.

At Langkawi's Telaga Harbour

At Telaga Harbour

The following are a few recommendation for splurging yourself in Langkawi.
  • The Feast at Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort - Located in Teluk Nibong, the Feast offers Western buffet as well as ala carte menus including local and western dishes. You can dine inside in an air-conditioned environment or at the terrace overlooking the Andaman Sea.
  • La Sal at Casa del Mar Resort - Located in Pantai Cenang, La Sal offers modern Asian and Western cuisines with a focus on high quality fresh produce. Offers dining under a relaxed and cozy atmosphere and served by friendly staff.
  • The Light House - Located in a two storey Mediterranean-style building at the edge of Pantai Tengah and with a wonderful view of the sea. The restaurant serves Western, Mediterranean and Malaysian cuisines as well as vegetarian dishes.
  • The Loaf - Bakery and bistro at Perdana Quay and owned by Dr Mahathir Mohamed, ex-Prime Minister of Malaysia. Opens from 8.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m., closed on Thursdays. Great place to have a leisurely breakfast and with a scenic view of the harbour.
  • Mare Blu - Authentic Italian restaurant at Perdana Quay. Serves a variety of Italian dishes including pasta and pizza. Favourites include carbonara, clam pasta, seafood pizza, tuna with fresh tomatoes, panna cotta and chocolate hazelnut cake.
  • Papadam Ria - Cozy Indian restaurant located nearby Underwater World in Pantai Cenang. Serves great briyani rice, flatbread, tandoori chicken, tikka massala, lassi, grilled fish and a variety of curry and vegetarian dishes.
  • Sunsutra - Nicely decorated fine dining restaurant in Pantai Tengah. This upscale restaurant offers both local and Western dishes. Specialty here is lamb shank, served in hearty proportions. Other favourites include red pepper soup, carbonara and chocolate lava cake.
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