Indulge In Nostalgic Delights At Langkawi Kitchen, The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi

Surrounded by the verdant 100-million-year-old rainforest, Langkawi Kitchen perches on 30-foot stilts, with the tantalizing aroma of local dishes wafting out from within. Inspired by the indigenous Longhouse architecture of Bornean tribes, the rustic two-level venue allows diners to immerse themselves in the tropical ambience with panoramic views, and four expansive outdoor decks providing an immersive canopy dining experience.

With Malaysia’s rich culinary heritage that derives from the melting pot of cultures that make up the country, Sous Chef Hazimin Ahmad and the team at Langkawi Kitchen have prepared a veritable feast of authentic dishes from every state with Nostalgic Negaraku, for diners to partake in and celebrate the season with their loved ones. Transporting guests on a flavorful journey, the state of Sarawak is represented by Manok Pansoh, a moreish dish considered a festive delicacy by the Iban and Bidayuh ethnic groups, where chicken is cooked in water in a bamboo stalk, along with seasoning and tapioca leaves, until it is tender.

The story of Malaysia’s gastronomic delights continues, igniting the senses of all, from the live stations to the sight, smell and touch of the timeless dishes on offer. Guests will savor the famously spicy Minang Salai cuisine, harkening from the state of Negeri Sembilan, such as Daging Salai, where beef is slow-cooked in coconut milk, chilli and spices, to delightful side dishes such as Hinava Ikan Kacang, a Sabahan delicacy consisting of obtuse barracuda (ikan kacang) preserved in lemon juice and salt, together with chilli and onions.

Customized chinaware crafted by local artisans, exclusively for Langkawi Kitchen, add to the history and time- honored recipes showcased by the culinary team, allowing guests to indulge, taste, and immerse themselves in culture, for a memorable night with friends and family.

Nostalgic Negaraku is available for dinner between 6.30pm to 10.00pm, from 24 March to 21 April 2023 priced at MYR 168 per adult and MYR 84 per Young Master (6 to 12 years old), while children under six dine for free.

Early bird pricing is available from now until 17 March 2023, priced at MYR 135 per adult and MYR 68 per Young Master (6 to 12 years old).

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