Well, for example, in Martial we have this:
quod tibi non placeat, Maeciliane, quid est? ("What is there to displease you Maecilianus?")
So, based on this you can write:
Quid est quod tibi de linqua Latina placeat?
However, when talking about liking something, often the word soleo is used.
Concerning the word order:
There are different orders in which the words could come. The word order in Martial is a little strange because he is writing in verse and if he put the quid est at the beginning, which would be colloquial, then the sentence would not scan very well.
I put de lingua Latina where I did because that is more or less normal for the type of sentence that it is. For example, you certainly could make it read quid est de lingua Latina quod tibi placeat or quid est quod de lingua Latina tibi placeat, but that is a more English-like word order, especially the former. A Roman would most likely keep quid est quod together as a unit. For example:
quid est quod de voluntate caelestium dubitare possimus? --Cicero
I don't know exactly why Romans tend to order things this way. I am just kind of following their style in my composition.