What’s better than an indulgently flavourful, deep-fried pile of lok lok? Getting those sticks of lok lok for just S$1 at See See Lok Lok, a new spot that sprung up at Springleaf recently.
The new spot is open for dinner on all days, except on Monday, and even open till 1am on Friday and Saturdays for your weekend supper craves. If you’re missing the days of late-night lok lok feasts in JB, you can still do it here in Singapore!
With more than 35 varieties at just S$1 per stick, you can eat your fill at See See Lok Lok without breaking the bank — especially with their current special promo of 58 sticks for S$50.
We’re talking an extensive selection that includes favourites like Shitake Mushroom, Pork Ball, Cheese Tofu, and Enoki Wrap alongside other cool stuff such as Bak Kwa, Tempura Prawns, and Mantou.
For more of a luxe edge to your lok lok dinner, you can also get premium sticks such as Baby Abalone, Premium Scallops, and Salmon Cubes on weekends for S$1.50 each.
Like every other lok lok joint, the secret to enjoyment is in the sauce. Here, there are a total of 7 different sauces available to cater to every palate, ranging from the commonplace Thai Seafood Chilli Sauce and Satay Sauce to the more modern Nacho Cheese Sauce.
Some may be bored of getting their sticks fried in hot oil as per usual, so the shop also gives you a choice to dip your skewers into piping hot cauldrons of hot pot soup bases that include Classic, Mala, Satay Celup, and Laksa for S$8.
Besides their sinful skewers, you can also grab carb-loaded choices such as Rice Bowls (S$7.90) and the ever-popular Koka Mee (S$6.90), throwing back to the Bukit Panjang classic.
And for double the fun, you can multiply the happy juice to go with your lok lok feast with their happy hour promos of 2 pints for S$18 (U.P. S$12/pint) and 2 towers for S$88 (U.P. S$48/tower).
If you’ve been following the memes, then you’d have heard of Squid Game — so has See See Lok Lok, apparently. Because they are offering 5 free sticks (for red tile) or chocolate-dipped churros (for blue tiles) if you beat them at Ddakji, granted you flip their tile in 5 tries.
There’s no money or slapping allowed in the game, sadly — or fortunately — depending on how good you are at the game.
See See Lok Lok
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📍60 Springside Walk, #01-17 The Brooks, Singapore 786020
🕒 3pm–11pm (Tue to Thur, Sun), 3pm–1am (Fri to Sat)
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