A hidden gem off the beaten trackWill certainly return to this little local restaurant on our next trip to langkawi. The owner, Ku was so accomodating despite my family''s late arrival and the food was delicious. The sea bass assam pedas is very tasty and fresh but be warned its spicy!
Mainly engaged in western food, because I was not hungry, I ordered a little bit of potato chips and fries, seated snacks, the price is relatively expensive in Langkawi, there are few things, spent more than 100 ringgits, salads are not cheap .
As a coffee shop, it is still worth coming. The coffee used seems to be beans from Indonesia. It is sour and fragrant. At the beginning, I am not used to drinking it. If I drink a few more sips, it will be sweet. Then simple meals are also compared. Yes, at least there is nothing unpalatable.
Western-style restaurant, the environment is not bad, attracting many foreigners, the dishes mix Western and Malay flavors, and the taste is good.
Following a bunch of foreign tourists walking around, I found this restaurant by accident. It mainly deals in Western food, and there are also many Malay dishes. There is a Malay sauce similar to Shanghai braised pork which is very good. It can be said to be a replica of braised pork. Meat, but a little more exotic