If you missed out on The Lok Lok Bar's $1/stick promotion back in February, there's a new lok lok stall in Singapore that serves all sticks for $1 each: DLLM Lok Lok.
Keep reading to find out more!
Yup, you read that right! The lok lok stall in question is really named DLLM Lok Lok. For non-Cantonese speakers, it's an acronym of the profanity "diu lei lou mou" which we will not explain in English because it's just that rude. As expected from a store with such a naughty name, its logo and mascot is of an ah ma giving the middle finger with lok lok sticks.
Located in along MacPherson Road, DLLM Lok Lok features their Canto grandma branding throughout the eatery. It also reminds us of typical lok lok stalls in JB with the open air seating areas along the roadside.
They offer a wide variety of Malaysian-style lok lok ingredients and they're pretty affordable. All sticks are priced at $1 each, even seafood items like prawn and sotong.
You can pair them with sauces like chinchalok, made of shallots, chilli padi and lime, Thai nam jin, a spicy and tangy sauce to go with seafood, or salted egg yolk, their best-selling sauce.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG