Literally translated as “boil boil” in Cantonese, looking at lok lok joints give you all reasons to smile. It’s somewhat similar to satay but variety is the name of the game here. Far-flung choices of vegetables, meats, and seafood are skewered then labelled with various colours to highlight the price. It’s quite like playing a virtual Maths quiz while devouring to your heart’s content and there is no such thing as running out of a budget. And the myriad of dipping condiments is lined at the standalone stalls or converted food truck to further enhance your meal. What better way than binging piping-hot finger food in a communal ambiance and perfect cold weather? Who said food trucks are new to our dining scene? These mobile gems have been a sleeper hit among the locals before any sort of trend kick-started.
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Another reputable player in the Lok Lok scene and patrons flock over as soon as the sun dips towards the horizon. Shielding the façade of PP Food Corner, you can also opt to dine inside the eatery if you’re not into rubbing shoulders with strangers. Guaranteeing a jaw workout till late night, never-ending options have you accompanied. If you’re a fan of pork, from regular meat to quirky innards - you’re in for a party. Numerous sauces are placed for your dipping delight yet the main draw is their green chilli sauce which shows no mercy to your palate unless you’re used to tear-jerking goodness.More info
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