|The Loaf Bakery & Bistro @ Telaga Harbour Park Langkawi|
|Friday, 25 May 2012 00:00|
Telaga Harbour Langkawi RestaurantsTelaga Harbour Marina or some folks call it Telaga Harbour Jetty is referring to the same yacht pier on the north west of Langkawi. This man-made cove is sandwiched between an incredibly green mountain range of Machinchang and the glimmering sea of Andaman. On a clear and bright sunny days, standing at the pier permits you to steal a peek of the magnificent peaks and the tiny cable cars from afar, even greater with a pair of binoculars!
For visitors who are looking for F&Bs around the world in Langkawi, fancy establishments at Perdana Quay are great places for hearty food. This is a row of an upscale dining eateries includes Tapaz, Golden Wok Seafood, USSR Restaurant, Artisans Pizza, Mare Blu Ristorante, The Privilege that is rated #1 Langkawi restaurant in Tripadvisor and the top pick of Telaga Harbour or Perdana Quay restaurants - The Loaf!
As one walks into this posh bakery belonged to Malaysia's former Prime Minister, dozens of fresh and fabulous breads, pastries, cookies and jams greet you. Make yourself at home whether you're alone to settle on the long bar counter, sofa-coach resembling the comfort of home, conventional dining indoor or outdoor alfresco style right at the waterfront.
Telaga Harbour Hotel - The DannaFusion is the best word to describe the menu of The Loaf at Telaga Harbour though the base dishes are generally skewed towards western. With ingredients and names pinched from every corner of the world, it is as if taking you for a food tour around the globe in the hands of an award-winning Japanese chef. A smart blend of oriental and western, you may be surprised to find the Malaysia version of San Francisco's seafood chowder at which the soup is created from coconut curry or creamy crayfish served in bread bowls!
If you have time, do not miss out its surroundings. Aside from being the base for yachts and leisure boats, Telaga Harbour also houses a 5-star accommodation - The Danna, a five-story white building merely steps away from the marina. An elegant hotel with idyllic beaches at doorstep, you can hardly believe this is the only resort in Langkawi with a three-tiered infinity swimming pool. Walk further up on the beach, you could be surprised to see a piece of Thai royal kingdom, in fact a replica of Chiang Mai's Summer Palace which was recreated for the film Anna and The King in 1999.
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|Last Updated on Friday, 22 June 2012 02:00|