By: Nam Restaurant  23-07-2016
Keywords: Malaysia, Food Products, Asian spices

The menu is an interesting mix of West meets spice. The spices can come from Asia, Middle East, India or North Africa. All meals served at the restaurant are creative, authentic and infused with the best of local and imported ingredients, to provide a distinctive flair and a unique dining experience on Langkawi. Bon Ton’s fresh items are procured from the local markets and seafood sourced from the thriving community of fishermen. The more exotic ingredients come from a local grocer who airfreights items in from Australia twice a week, guaranteeing the freshest market garden produce. One of the restaurant’s most popular lunchtime dishes is the Nyonya laksa. A generous serving of rice noodles in a rich creamy coconut and chili broth, topped with shredded chicken, cucumber, prawns and omelette, it is excellent and will leave you begging for more! There are also salads and more substantial offerings, such as Nyonya-style fried rice. A stand alone dish from the usual chili paste spiked offering, it is cooked very lightly with egg and is accompanied by prawn sambal, chicken satay, pickles (acar), green vegetables and crackers. Guests can also enjoy more Western style lighter offerings on the lunch menu, which include a popular range of sandwiches with fillings such as brie, roasted vegetables, mixed salad with fresh herb mayonnaise. One of the tastiest sandwiches is the onion relish chicken schnitzel sandwich with mixed rocket salad, tomato and avocado, served on wholegrain bread. The dinner menu is more expansive, though just as creative and mouth watering! Before you even consider an entrée, try Bon Ton’s crispy pita bread baked with parmesan and harissa or the duo of crispy Indian samosas, finished off with a distinctive coriander relish. Entrées that are stand out favourites with diners are the BBQ rock lobster tails with satay sauce, served on a guava salad or the lightly spiced prawn salad with shaved coconut, rocket, basil and shallots – a delightful combination of crisp textures and light nutty flavors

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