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Kuah Town Seafood Shop Langkawi

Upon entering the Kuah Town Seafood shop, the first thing that caught my eyes were the neatness and the attractive historic pictures that were plastered on both walls.  It was already after 2pm when we went in and more or less, we were the last customers because after our order, the staff were preparing to pack up for the day...
the shop must be recently opened..
the flowers were still hanging with well wishers' cards...
 Very interesting historic pictures of the birth of Kuah...
 We ordered a plate of fried rice for both persons....
RM9.80 and it was just to satisfy our hunger...
as usual, a picture to remember this place by...


  1. Nice ambience but fried rice doesn't look appealing to me.

  2. wow thats rice meal seems interestingly scrumptious
    are those prawns?
    thats the only sea food i love to eat

  3. i like the wall.. those pictures must be very valuable.. are those pictures showing the history of langkawi??

  4. irene: yes, nice surroundings.. the so.. maybe the cook has gone off for the day, my guess...hahaha...

    mecoy: the food as i said.. so so.. :)

    sk: yes, sort of a history of Langkawi.. Kuah..

  5. nice to look at those historic wall pictures

  6. My fried rice is nicer... Hehehehe!!!! Wah...RM9.80 each kah? And I thought our new breakfast cafe in Sibu was expensive...


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