Lok-lok is like steamboat but the food is skewered onto sticks. A pot is inserted into the hole on the table, a gas burner is under each pot to keep it boiling.
In the evening, this street will turn into a hawker food haven. Can you see that? A busy crowd at the hawker centre.
8 varieties of sauce. As the moment we had a seat, dad and mom were attracted by the different types of sauce. The boss is very proud of their own homemade sauce. They make it specically for you to dip the lok lok. Sauce is very important when it comes to lok lok. Lok lok also called as satay celup by some people.
One of our favourite sauce- Dried shrimp sauce.
For those who love spicy, you can try out the sambal or satay sauce. Satay sauce is available in most of the lok lok stall. It goes well with our lok lok ingredients.
Each table has a insert of hotpot in the middle.
Mushrooms wrapped with vegetables.
If you prefer having your Lok Lok in an air conditioned shop,you have another choice.The boss owns two stalls – one by the road side and another in a shop lot - Sim Corner Lok Lok. The shop just further down the street.
Anyway, lok lok should just remain as a street hawker food. It is meant to be like that. Do you
Girls, it was a very pleasant dinning experience indeed. The warmth from the pot heater and the fun of dipping skewered food brought a big smile to your face. In a way, eating Lok Lok is like masak-masak.It is a fun and art of communal dining. We had a great time here with e ma's family and po po. We thank God for allowing us to experience the many joys of life.