Try these diverse local cuisine that Langkawi has to offer.
Also commonly known as ABC (Air Batu Campur or mixed ice), ice kacang is a Malaysian desert mainly found in coffee shops, hawker centre and food courts. This desert is originally made up of shaved ice and red beans but the ingredients have since improvised. Today, ais kacang comes in vibrant colours with different dressings.
Fried squid is a Mediterranean cuisine and over the years, Malaysians have engaged this dish as a staple in seafood restaurant. Usually served as an appetizer, the dish comes with mayonnaise and chili sauce in Malaysia region. On top of that, deep fried squid is also served with rice, the staple food in Malaysia and be eaten as one of dishes.
Also known as rendang daging in Bahasa Melayu, beef rendang is the most common type of rendang in the variations. This spicy meat dish is originated from the Minangkabau, an ethic group in Malaysia. It is now commonly served across the country as well as among the Malay community in Malaysia.
The charcoaled-grilled fish is one of the forms of seafood dish in Malaysia. The mixture of the spices varies according to regions and places. However in Malaysia, ikan bakar is usually spicier and have a yellow-reddish colour due to the amount of chili pepper, turmeric and other relevant spices with the absence of soy sauce.