From our Nyonya Laksa that takes more than 12 hours to prepare, to our other local dishes that are slow-cooked the traditional way over a charcoal fire, we don’t take any shortcuts when it comes to the food we serve. Which is probably why so many consider us one of the best places to eat in Langkawi. If you’re looking for a Langkawi restaurant that has a great mix of Malaysian and Western food on its menu, look no further. And yes, we even make our own burgers and ice cream.
From Our Grandmother’s Recipe Book
fatCUPID began as a tribute to our Grandmother, our all-time favourite cook. As the best place to eat in Langkawi, any of the Nyonya recipes featured on our menu come from her recipe book that has been passed down through the generations in our family. And along the way, we’ve even picked up some Malay heritage recipes from the local chefs we’ve come to know.
Aussie Favourites To Keep The Kids Happy!
Like many Malaysians who studied abroad in Australia, we developed a taste for Aussie cuisine. So we’ve included some of our favourite comfort foods on the menu, both to remind us of our time abroad and to also serve the kids of all ages who frequently drop in. In fatCUPID Langkawi restaurant, we are the best place to eat in Langkawi. We provide some stylish specials mostly featuring Langkawi’s fresh seafood—perfect with a glass of wine or your favourite cocktail!
The best place to eat in Langkawi
A traditional northern malaysian laksa! A spicy coconut cream base laksa, served with a choice of bee hoon (rice vermicelli) or mee (egg noodle) and or both mixed. Comes with fried tofu puffs, halved hard boiled egg, long beans, shredded chicken & garnished with mint and local fragrant leaves.
Our kitchen’s own recipe of this famous malay dish – slow stewed beef in a mildly-spiced, fragrant coconut-based gravy, served with white rice, stir fried asian greens & traditional acar of pickled vegetables.
NYONYA CHICKEN CURRY
Our favourite comfort dish from grandma’s kitchen. A nyonya style curry cooked with our own fresh galangal, coriander, lemongrass and tumeric paste, served with stir-fried asian veggies, onion omelette and white rice.
PUMPKIN MASAK LEMAK
A creamy and spicy Malay vegetarian dish served with rice, deep fried cauliflower and tempe. A speciality of Negeri Sembilan famously known for their Minangkabau food.
LEMON BUTTER SNAPPER
Grilled fillet of red snapper paired with a tangy lemon butter sauce, served with seasonal vegetables, sautéed mushroom and potatoes.
Beef patty, beef bacon, fried eggs, tomato, tomato relish on burger bun with fries.
TOFU & MUSHROOM BURGER
fatCUPID’s very own tofu and mushroom patty that can even tempt some meat eaters!
FISH & CHIPS
Beer-battered fish fillets, served w/ fries, salad & tartare sauce.
HEAVENLY SAGO LAYERS
Sago (tapioca), immersed in warm coconut cream, a dollop of vanilla ice-cream, drizzled with gula Melaka (palm sugar)
NOT YOUR MOMMA’S SANDWICH
A brownie with ice cream sandwiched and drizzled with our homemade salted caramel sauce!
PULUT HITAM DONDANG SAYANG
A traditional malay black sticky rice dessert gets some modern love with a Malaysian homemade Palm Sugar Gelato with a warm coconut cream sauce.
Fresh espresso, vodka, kahlua, sugar syrup
Fresh lemongrass, white rum, lime, sugar syrup
BLACKBERRY SHIRAZ CAIPIRINHA
Fresh blackberry served with homemade lime sorbet.