A new east-side hangout spot has emerged! Complete with a jaw-dropping name, a grandmother mascot that flips everyone off, and a variety of steamboat style foods inclusive of meats and vegetables that are served on skewers – the Johor-style DLLM Lok Lok stall is equal parts rebellious as it is enticing.
Set along the bustling streets of MacPherson Road, the DLLM Lok Lok stall is reminiscent of Johor Bahru’s innumerable street hawkers, with a similar open air, roadside-seating concept.
Perhaps slightly more expensive than most street stall’s average $0.80 per stick, DLLM Lok Lok remains highly affordable, offering $1 per stick, even for seafood items like prawn and sotong.
Served alongside an array of unique sauces in the form of a shallots, chili padi and lime concoction known as chinchalok, DLLM Lok Lok is also known for their extra-spicy Thai nam jin, and their signature salted egg yolk sauce, amongst a multitude of others. Lionised for their irreplicable fun and carefree atmosphere, DLLM Lok Lok opens from Tuesday to Sunday, at 6pm to 4am.
DLLM Lok Lok
Address: 171 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 348536 Singapore, Singapore 348536
Operating Hours: (Tues – Sun): 6pm – 4am