If you're anything like me food is a massive part of the day, I've been known to be planning my lunch and dinner while eating breakfast!
Finding places to eat and recommend is my favourite part of a trip and often is the first thing I start to research once I've booked flights, So here you have it, My recommendations for your trip to Langkawi.
The Kasbah - Lorong HJ Salleh Lot 1301, Kampung Bohor Tempoyak
Located off the beach front and hidden within the houses of Pantai Cenang this awesome reggae shack is a great hideaway from the midday's sun. With a selected menu full of summer cravings, unusual salads and burgers with fresh juices, smoothies & milkshakes it is the kinda place you should take a pack of cards and spend the afternoon.
Prices are really decent with my meal coming to 30RM (Burger with chips and milkshake)
Indian Palace - 2, Jalan Pantai Chenang, Kampung Lubok Buaya
Down on the main stretch this upstairs no frills Indian is a great showcase of the multitude of cuisines on offer in Malaysia. The menu has a wide range of choice with lots of curries I'd not heard of before, best kind of menu!
With reasonable prices we were able to order a medley of dishes to try out with an average meal price of 40RM (1 Curry, rice and nan)
Red Skys - No. 6, Casa Fina Avenue, Persiaran Panthai Cenang
Wanting different dining tonight we needed somewhere that had a mixture of choices, Western & Malay and redskys fitted the bill.
Hidden from the street by metal cladding, plants and twinkly lights it certainly met the Instagram requirements… With the western menu it did mean prices were slightly higher than we'd been used to but our dinner choices did not disappoint.
With freshly cooked pizzas and Nasi Gorang (My favourite Malay dish if I must chose) value for money was fair with my meal coming to approx 30RM
Kalut Cafe & Bar - Mali Mali Beach Resort, Cenang Beach
Located on the beach this place is hard to miss. With rent-able loungers during the day you can get a bed and a parasol for less than 20RM for 2. Although they have no food/drink service during the day once they switch up for the evening set up you'll be first in line for the bean bags and silk umbrellas they bring out.
With a prime spot for the sunset you can settle in with a few beers and a early dinner with the summer vibes year round!
Other places we dinned and enjoyed are Red Tomato, The Telaga Walk & Indian Palace be sure to check these out too! Has anyone been to Langkawi before? Any other places I've missed out?