Before boarding flights or reserving air tickets and tour packages for Langkawi in Malaysia, one must do some homework about the well-liked dining venues. This article sketches out relevant info on few unique restaurants that you must check out!

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Langkawi blooms with charming formations of limestone, tranquil sea with sparkling sand strips, heritage art centres and lot more other irresistible tourist lures. But what makes tickets aboard flights heading to Malaysia more popular is the exciting eating spree in this beautiful destination. Starting from independently owned local dining options to the swanky restaurants run by big brands, food joints in Langkawi offers a wide array of culinary delights. Read on to more about few prominent fine-dining places before booking tickets on Malaysia bound flights.

BNZ Sempoy’y Nasi Campur
One of the most popular restaurants in this beach paradise, BNZ Sempoy’y Nasi Campur has been an old favourite among locals as well as foreign tourists getting hold of tickets to the destination. Besides, the carefully created food menu, particularly the authentic flavours of Malaysia, spoils every visitor with choices. Run by a couple, this eating joint is very popular among budget tourists disembarking flights at this holiday spot in Malaysia. Ayam Masak Lemak and Sambal Grilled Fish are few ‘must try’ dishes.

La Sal Dinner
Holidaymakers browsing on internet for good deals on flights for holidaying in Malaysia and possessing a desire to relish a dinner by the serene beaches in Langkawi can drop in at La Sal Dinner. Located by the striking coasts of Andaman Sea, this fine dining restaurant is a delight for all the epicureans who make reservation on flights tickets to this gorgeous island in Malaysia. Offering an open air dinner under the starry sky along with an amazingly created menu comprising contemporary Mediterranean cuisine and traditional Asian dishes with world class wines, La Sal wins the hearts of millions!

Ikan-Ikan
The aroma of freshly chopped lemongrass and the yummy taste of roasted coconut often bring a sparkle in the eyes of many gourmets who are fond of the authentic flavours of Malaysia. And for travellers who wish to satisfy their taste buds with a traditional Asian dish at a conventional setting, this is the place! Justifying the literal meaning of the name (Ikan means fish) this eatery is designed with beautiful fish-scale-tiled roof. Categorised into four main seating areas this bistro offers stunning views of the Andaman Sea.  And the palm-shaded lounge area caters an impressive range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

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