Lok Lok

Apr 12, 2009

We can only get this type of Lok Lok's van in the Klang Valley. Malacca's Lok Lok (satay celup) is a different version one. Anyway, I love both.

We were hunting for dinner on Tues. When we passed by the Melaka Raya area, we saw this van. BB knows that I love Lok Lok. So he suggested to have our dinner there. Hmmm..... eating in the street?? Don't we look "tam chiak" (greedy)? Is this enough for our dinner? I was a bit hesitate initially. However, we went for it finally.

Lok Lok's van offers a variety of food skewered on sticks with pots of boiling water and 3 types of sauce (sweet sauce, chili & satay sauce). Watch out for the chili and satay sauce! They are pretty spicy. Besides, they also grill and deep fried your food if you want to. We have just a few sticks and it costs us RM 18. It is quite expensive for Malacca's standard.

Overall, the food is quite nice and they are fresh. If you want to hold a party at home, please do not hesitate to contact them. They can drive to your home for a Lok Lok party.

Express Steamboat Enterprise

No.5-G Jalan Kota Laksamana 1/11,

Taman Kota Laksamana,

75200 Melaka.

+6016 981 9828


steff@lifeadventurez.com said...

oh cool, can plan a birthday party with lok lok.

we all Malaccan like lok lok...

keeyit said...

I m malaccan too.. love lok lok

Chinneeq said...

so pricey compare to our melaka ones. got people eat ah?

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