I did some homework few days before traveling to Langkawi. Just in case I do not want to end up paying hefty price for some lousy food.
I found out about this place which located along Pantai Cenang having quite a numbers of positive feedback in terms of environment and food. Therefore this place has to be in my itenary. Yellow Cafe is like a hidden gem. Without a signboard of its name, I doubt I could locate it. It is situated beside Langkapuri Inn passing through the rooms of Langkapuri Inn to locate this cafe.
The owner of this cafe decided to name his cafe as Yellow Cafe based on a nickname ‘Yello’ he gotten from Thailand. Simple and easy to remember isn’t it?
Using yellow as its theme color, we are expecting to see yellow here and there. 😀 😀
“Yellow Cafe is divided into three dining concepts: the Steak House Restaurant is comprised of an indoor section with dark wooden furnishings; the Cocktail Bar offers large comfortable sofas, while the Beach Front Lounge is perfect for lounging with a number of triangle Thai pillows, plush beanbags, and hammocks.”
My friend and I decided to sit here and this was our view. I could feel the fine sand below my feet. 🙂
You can also watch the ongoing beach activities. E.g: para sailing, banana boat.
A cold beer with nice view feels so good.
At Yellow Cafe, they served mostly western food. Considering this area as tourist spot, the food prices are considered affordable. Their non pictorial menu was rather simple and straight forward.
We ordered a 12″(30cm) size pizza. I chose Tacchino (Turkey Ham, Mozarella, Olives, mushroom, tomato sauce) – RM31
The pizza had a very thin crust. Buttery & crisp. The toppings were sufficient to cover every slices of pizza we had.
There were only 2 types of spaghetti served here. The bolognaise would be rather common. Therefore I chose the latter. I ordered for Spaghetti Serena (Chicken & Mushroom) – RM24
The al-dente spaghetti was tasty, creamy but not cloyed. The amount of mushrooms and chicken were quite generous too.
Both dishes were on sharing basis. I enjoyed the food here. The food prices here ranges from RM20 – RM60.
The atmosphere here at night.
During peak periods, the cafe also hosts live bands performing a variety of music genres such as reggae and salsa.
Well, be prepare for the sunset view. The sunset here was around 7.30pm. Quite late huh..
The sunset at ‘Andaman Sea’
Beautiful, isn’t it?
*nice stuffs are worth waiting, but they won’t stay long either*
Yellow Cafe Langkawi
- Opening Hours: Wednesday – Monday 11:00 – 01:00 (closed on Tuesday)
- Address: Pantai Cenang, PO Box 121, 07000 Langkawi
- Tel: +6012 459 3190
11 thoughts on “Dinner & Sunset @Yellow Cafe Langkawi”
Beautiful surroundings, breathtaking sunsets. Have not been to Langkawi for so so so long now. Used to go quite often on working trips and once in a while on family holidays.
Thanks suituapui. A relaxing getaway.
Langkawi has changes quite alot from then to now.
your photos make me miss langkawi … i’ve been here a few times, and it was always quite enjoyable, with the beach-side eating and relaxation. i like your pics of the sunset 😀
Yea…agreed that it was quite relaxing…runaway from the stress..
Super love the last sunset photo, so amazing!
Thanks Choi Yen!
Was quite amazed too… 🙂
hi… what’s their menu like, besides those shown on your blog?
Hi, Melissa! Just have discovered ur blog, very well done! Tq for giving so detailed info about yellow cafe, and we glad u have enjoyed visiting us. You ve done awesome photos! Can I use them on our Facebook page for other ppl to see? As well with the link on ur blog. Ps the opening hours of Yellow Cafe are Wensday to Monday. On Tuesday the place is closed.
Hi Uliana. Thank you so much for the compliments! Yea…sure go ahead. You may share it.
I will add on infos about the operating hours on my blog. 🙂
langkawi have so many places to visit, probably will take 2 weeks to discover all the hidden gem.. 🙂
Thanks for sharing for Langkawi info.