Jun
20
category category : foodie - langkawi     comments 4 Comments »    by yaulh

The restaurant is a corner 2-storey shophouse on the main road from Kuah town to the airport, about 2km from the Jetty. It is non air-conditioned but the dining area is cool and the ambience good. Opens for lunch from noon to 3pm and dinner from 6pm to midnight.

restaurant makanan laut teo at langkawi

The restaurant draws the local crowd with its homestyle cooking. Its signature dish is ginger duck, braised in ginger and soy sauce was simply outstanding and unforgettable. Other dishes include many types of fresh seafood.

restaurant makanan laut teo at langkawi

Its a must for us to visit this restaurant whenever we’re at Langkawi. After renting our car at the Langkawi airport, PP suggested having lunch at this restaurant. He’s craving for his favourite sweet and sour pork dish. The sweet and sour pork is the crunchy type, I think that’s why it it so nice. A must try if you’re dining at this restaurant. Apart from that, we’ve also ordered a cantonese style fried kuey teow, vegie and salad “you tiao” (one of their signature dish too).

Restoran Makanan Laut Teo
Phone: +604 966 5520
Address: 30 Pusat Dagangan Kelana Mas, Kuah
Business Hours : noon to 3pm, 6pm to midnight
Directions: From Kuah town, drive straight in the direction of the airport at Padang Matsirat. The restaurant is about 2km from the jetty on the left side of the road, facing a row of (new)shophouses (on the right side of the road).
Food: Cantonese Fried Kuey Teow – RM4.00, Sweet & sour pork – RM8.00, Vegetable – RM4.00, Salad “You Tiao” – RM4.00

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4 Responses to “restaurant makanan laut teo at langkawi”

  1. Simon Seow

    Is it correct to say that each dishes is less than RM 10 to it made it to this blog?

  2. yaulh

    Yeap. Any dishes that’s lessthanten will be recommended in this blog. You have any good recommendations that you would like to share as well?

  3. Simon Seow

    If you are the morning person, you could go in the morning around 7am to Yut Kee in Jln Dang Wangi. That’s what I’ve done went there at 7am for breakfast. They do serve lunch but I think harder to find parking. A lot of blog had introduce, and even newspaper. But one should go there and try for him/herself. Recommended Hainamese chicken chop and Roti Babi. The half boiled egg looks nice too.

  4. yaulh

    Wow, will definitely try that out. Will go there during lunch time :p coz we’re not the morning person. Thanks for the recommendation.

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