Pantai Kok Restaurants

Pantai Kok is home to two main areas that host the most attractions, activities, restaurants, bars and shopping venues – Telaga Harbour Park and the Oriental Village. The Oriental Village – home of the Langkawi Cable Car ride – has a variety of Asian-style cuisine while Telaga Harbour Park seafront plays host to a variety of upscale bistros and eateries.

The Oriental Village – with the backdrop of the majestic Mat Cincang Mountain and lush greenery all around – is a great way to spend a quiet night of spicy and pleasant Asian fare. The atmosphere is most definitely not a hopping nightlife scene but its ideal for families on vacation and prices are extremely reasonable.

On the other hand the trendy restaurants along Telaga Harbour may be pricier but the view of gleaming mega-yachts while you savour your linguine is definitely a sight to remember.
The Loaf
The Loaf, a Japanese style bakery & bistro, which is owned by Tun Dr. Mahathir, has been estab-lished to complement Langkawi to be the world-class resort in South East Asia. Hence our mission is to provide the highest quality bakery products to satisfy every sense of seasoned and experienced tourist from all over the world.
Opening Hours
: Daily, 8am – 11pm
Address: Lot No C9, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park, Pantai Kok, 07000 Langkawi
Tel: +604 959 4866

Dolce Vita Art Café

Located beside the Cable Car ticket booth in the Oriental Village, Dolce Vita serves light refreshments as well as pastries. You can see local art adorning the walls of the café and the sight of people walking the sidewalks of the Oriental Village browsing and bargain-hunting will make you feel like you’re in some European café as you sip your café au lait.
Opening Hours
: 10:00 – 18:00
Location: Oriental village, Jalan Teluk Baru, Pantai Kok
Tel: +604 956 1104
Cuisine: Local and Western
Price Range: Budget

Dropstone Cafe
Located opposite the Tiger! Tiger! Exhibit & Gallery, Dropstone has an incredibly assorted menu. From local delights to Arabic delicacies and Western specialties, the restaurant boasts really good views; try the Dropstone Chef Salad, Prawn Barbecue and the Lebanese Houmous.
Opening Hours: 07:00 – 19:00
Address: Geopark Hotel, block C-02 & 03, Oriental village, Jalan Teluk Baru
Tel: +604 956 1102 or +604 956 1103 or +6012 481 8380
Cuisine: Local and Western
Price Range: Local and Western

Eagle Fruit Juice & Snack
If you’ve been walking along the Telaga Harbour Park boardwalk in the afternoon then this juice bar is sure to catch your attention. Serving up an amazingly assorted variety of chilled and fresh fruit juices, this eatery also has light snacks so you can sit down for a reprieve from the scorching sun.
Opening Hours
: 12:30 – 23:00
Location: No H-23, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park
Tel: +604 959 4089
Cuisine: Beverages
Price Range: Affordable

Hamachi Japanese Restaurant
Another Japanese restaurant in the Langkawi area; this one may even rival Unkaizan’s stunning menu. The cuisine here is varied and the place is usually packed with patrons. The smell wafting from the outdoor grill will almost leave you drooling on the floor and service is friendly and prompt.
Opening Hours
: 12:00 – 22:30
Address: A-3 & A-4, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park
Tel: +604 959 2332 or +6012 476 3268
Cuisine: Japanese
Price Range: Expensive


Krathong – a Thai restaurant operated by Kampung Tok Senik – is a pretty sedate place that serves up some excellent curries and a fabulous chicken tom yum. The spicy fish dishes are also quite good and the view of the Oriental Village is simply too pretty for words.
Opening Hours: 13:00 – 19:00
Location: Block K, Oriental Village, Jalan Teluk Baru
Tel: +603 959 2336 or +6017 435 1749
Cuisine: Thai
Price Range: Budget

Mizumi Japanese Restaurant

Facing the beautiful central pond of the Oriental Village beside the bridge, this restaurant serves up the standard Japanese fare. The chef is un-failingly helpful and ever-friendly and the food is really tasty; the atmosphere in the restaurant is hushed yet trendy and upscale. It’s not particularly crowded but it’s not exactly empty either so you’re ensured of a pleasantly quiet meal.
Opening Hours: 12:00 – 15:00; 18:00 – 21:30
Location: Oriental Village, Jalan Teluk Baru, Pantai Kok
Tel: +604 959 1557
Cuisine: Japanese
Price Range: Expensive

Telaga Arabic Café & Restaurant
For something light, the Telaga Arabic Café & Restaurant serves up Arabic Syrian dishes; the place is comfortable and cosy for hanging out way into the night and the food is pretty decent. They’re open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the restaurant has amazing views of the yachts docked in the harbour; try the Chicken Kabseh Rice and the Lamb Kebab.
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 23:30
Location: Telaga Harbour Park, Pantai Kok
Tel: +604 959 3400 or +604 955 2225
Cuisine: Arabic Syrian
Price Range: Affordable

Zabinsa’s USSR Restaurant

Featuring some ambiguously-Russian themed fare, Zabinsa’s USSR Restaurant may not be the most popular restaurant along Perdana Quay but it is surprisingly good. However after a few days of seafood and Western fare of the pizza and pasta-kind, Zabinsa’s is actually a good way to break out of the rut. Even if you’ve never had Russian cuisine, be a little adventurous and try the Zakuson – a salmon salad platter or the Kaurdak – a lamb dish.
Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
Location: Perdana Quay
Tel: +604 956 1023 or +604 956 1022 or +6012 432 7408
Cuisine: Russian
Price Range: Affordable