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.
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.
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