12 Lok Lok spots in Singapore with skewers from just S$0.60 for late night suppers

by Evan Mua and Christabel Tan

Singaporeans can’t get enough of the cheap and indulgent supper staple that is lok lok. Even though trips across the causeway have resumed, having similar options closer to home comes in handy for days when we’re simply too lazy to make that journey to Johor Bahru.

If wolfing down lok lok at 12am is your kinda fun, you should be thankful that we have our fair share of affordably priced local lok lok places, some with queues stretching on for an hour. After all, the queue never lies when it comes to good food.

Keep your stomach empty before heading down to these 12 popular lok lok spots in Singapore, because we know it’ll be hard to resist the urge to stuff yourself silly while thinking “just one last stick.”

DLLM Lok Lok

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DLLM Lok Lok is popular for having all their lok lok priced at just S$1 — all skewers, no matter the ingredients. What makes this an even more popular late-night haunt is the fact that they open till 4am!

Other than the skewers, one of their selling points is their range of free-flow sauces. There are the more typical zesty choices such as Chinchalok and Thai Nam Jin Sauce, but the crowd favourite at DLLM is definitely the creamy Salted Egg Sauce.

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📍 47 Kallang Pudding Road #01-08, Singapore 349318
🗓️ 6pm–4am (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon

📍 511 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638366
🗓️ 6pm–4am (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon

A.K Zai Lok Lok

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When it comes to lok lok, more is always better. So, we’re sure many people will be fans of A.K Zai Lok Lok‘s all-you-can-eat buffet spread for just S$19.90++.

There are over 40 varieties of authentic Malaysian-style lok lok to choose from, including Cheese TofuPork BellyQuail Egg, and even Bak Kwa, which can be paired with soups like tom yum and mala. Wash everything down with free-flow drinks or classic cocktails.

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📍 Coller Boutique Hostel, 259 Outram Rd, Singapore 169056
🕒 5pm–1am (Daily)

Fei Zhu Lok Lok

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You can trust Fei Zhu Lok Lok to give you one of the most authentic JB lok lok experiences in Singapore. Opened by two young friends who just missed their JB lok lok that much.

Aside from their lok lok, which is priced from S$1, they also serve sauces such as their Belacan and special homemade Shiok Sauce, as well as Mini Rice Bowls at their Jurong outlet. Carb lovers can also get some Shiok Rice (S$1) or Shiok Mee (S$1) with a generous topping of their special sauce.

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📍 1010 Tai Seng Ave, Singapore 534417
🗓️ 5pm–10:30pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun

📍 557 Jurong West St 42, Singapore 640557
🗓️ 6pm–2am (Mon to Thu), 5pm–2am (Fri & Sat), 5pm–10.30pm (Sun), Closed on Mon

Steamov (食尚捞)

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You’ve probably had conveyor belt sushi before, but have you had conveyor belt lok lok? This conveyor belt hotpot joint in Chinatown, Steamov, doesn’t only sell hotpot but also lok lok, all sent through a conveyor system.

Each diner is given their own hotpot (S$5) with a soup of their choice to dip their skewers into. Normal skewers cost S$1 while premium skewers cost S$3. They’re open till 6am, so you can drop by anytime to see their cute truck in action, delivering skewers straight to your table.

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📍 Chinatown Point: 325 New Bridge Rd, #01-00, Singapore 088760
🗓️ 11am–6am (Daily)

Lokbulok (LOK不LOK)

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While you expect to find most lok lok stalls in Singapore nestled in cosy coffee shops, Lokbulok provides a different and fun ambience in their bistro that’s awash in colourful neon lights, providing plenty of OOTD angles.

Being more of a bar, Lokbulok serves wallet-friendly alcohol for you to wash down all the greasy skewers. You can find S$1.50 shots and if you order home delivery, they give a free bottle of soju to pair with their 35 sticks bundle for S$35.

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📍 401 Macpherson Rd, #01-21, Singapore 368125
🗓️ 4pm–12am (Mon to Thu, Sun), 4pm–1am (Fri & Sat)

Celop Lok Lok (CelopItDown)

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Venture deep enough into Geylang and you’ll find some of the hottest supper spots Singapore has to offer. Headed by the team behind Unloked Kitchen, the Muslim-owned Celop Lok Lok sells hard-to-find halal lok lok till 2am.

Each skewer is priced from S$1.20, and seasoned liberally with a spicy powder that’ll have you saying “sedap!” The assortment of deep-fried lok lok is best savoured with homemade sauces like nacho cheese and a fiery green chilli.

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📍 489 Geylang Road, Lorong 27, Singapore 389448
🕒 6pm–2am (Daily)

Dai Lou

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With a name like Dai Lou, you can expect them to be bosses at churning out lok lok. With Cantonese-style zi char and over forty types of JB-style lok lok priced from just S$1, that is a pretty boss selection. Plus you can dip them in their 4 special sauces including Satay, Salted Egg Yolk, Sambal, and Thai Chilli.

In addition to that, it’s situated in the swanky Marina Country Club so you can unwind in the serene sea breeze, surrounded by luxurious yachts, all the way until 2am. It’s probably one of the most scenic lok lok spots in Singapore.

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📍 11 Northshore Dr, #01-0R Marina Country Club, Singapore 828670
🗓️ 12pm–2am (Daily)

LoveYou Thai Loklok

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Meat on skewers is such a classic in Asia, almost every country has their own variation of it. Here at Love You Thai LokLok, you get to experience skewers from Thailand along with traditional JB-style lok lok.

Yes, we’re talking lok lok, Spicy Chicken Thigh, and Moo Ping, a popular Thai street delicacy, with homemade sauces including Thai Seafood, Red Chilli, and Satay.

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📍 38 Lorong 11 Geylang, Singapore 388730
🗓️ 7pm–3am (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun

Malaysia Local Delights

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If you’re not a fan of JB-style lok lok, check out Malaysia Local Delights, Singapore’s first Malacca-style lok lok steamboat eatery which specialises in the beloved satay celup. Other than your typical deep-fried skewers, you can also find barbecue and steamboat options.

Best of all, they serve everything ala carte buffet style along with free-flow fruits and ice cream. Wear a loose shirt — this is a place where you’ll probably leave with a food baby.

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📍 224 Tanjong Katong Rd, Singapore 437015
🗓️ 5.30pm–2am (Mon to Sun), Closed on Wed

Loklok 1991s by Daniel & Meng

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This stall is located in a modern kopitiam that’s just a 10 minute walk from Ang Mo Kio MRT. Besides them, the kopitiam also houses popular stalls selling Mookata and Crab Maki. You can mix and match your supper to your heart’s delight here!

For the lok lok itself, most items are just S$1 save for the exception of Cheese Tofu and Scallops which are S$2. They also provide four sauces including Homemade Chilli, Sweet Thai Chilli, Satay, and Sweet Sauce.

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📍 340 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 560340
🗓️ 6pm–2am (Mon to Sun), Closed on Thu

See See Lok Lok

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See See Lok Lok in Springleaf provides a late night lok lok experience with prices starting from S$1 per stick. You can eat your fill without breaking the bank with an extensive selection inclusive of favourites like Shitake Mushroom, Cheese Tofu, and Enoki Wrap.

The shop also gives you a choice to dip your skewers into hot pot soup bases that include Classic, Mala, and Laksa if you’re sick of all that deep-fried goodness.

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📍  60 Springside Walk, #01-17 The Brooks I, Singapore 786020
🗓️ 5pm–1am (Mon to Fri), 3pm–1am (Sat & Sun)

Lok Me Up

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The closest thing to lok lok in Singapore at JB prices can be found at Lok Me Up. They serve up some of the cheapest lok lok in Singapore, with the majority priced at just S$0.60 per stick, which you can enjoy with unlimited nacho cheese sauce or secret housemade chilli.

A limited-time-only mentaiko sauce was also launched in June 2022, much to the delight of customers — let’s hope they bring it back soon.

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📍 9 Toa Payoh Industrial Park, #01-1209, Singapore 319061
🕒 5pm–2.30am (Tue to Sun), Closed on Mon

*Operation timings are accurate at the time of writing this article.

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