The Lok Lok Bar is open from 11am to 11pm daily.
Looking to satisfy your lok lok cravings?
You can do just that at The Lok Lok Bar, a newly-opened bar at Beach Road which serves the famous Malaysian street snack. For the uninitiated, lok lok is a street food consisting of skewered meats and vegetables which is either deep-fried or steamed.
At the Lok Lok Bar, you can choose from a wide variety of selections for the lok lok, with each stick priced at $1.50. The bar will run a promotion in February, where each stick will go at only $1.
Options range from premium items such as scallops, prawns and meat to vegetables like broccoli and mushrooms.
Apart from lok lok, the bar also has an extensive selection of beer towers, soju and liquor for you to share with your friends and family while washing down the greasiness at the same time.
Prices for alcohol range from $10 to $68 and hard liquor from $168 to $368 per bottle.
Other than lok lok, The Lok Lok Bar also offers options such as the seafood pao fan and lunch bentos to cater to the working crowd in the vicinity.
Located at the Concourse Skyline condominium at Beach Road, The Lok Lok Bar is open from 11am to 11pm daily.
With the neon lights at the bar’s entrance which captures one’s attention, it is almost unmissable too.
For more updates, you can check out The Lok Lok Bar’s Facebook page.
What are you waiting for? Grab your best buddies and head down for some lok lok and drinks this weekend!
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