6440 8378
Opening Hours
16:00 - 02:00
Mon - Fri
16:00 - 02:00
Sat - Sun
12:00 - 02:00
Public Holiday
12:00 - 02:00
Other Info
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Lok Lok
Review (2)
Level4 2015-01-02
Full Malaysia Local Delights (Lok Lok Buffet) review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/01/malaysia-local-delights-lok-lok-buffet.htmlLocated in the Tanjong Katong area of Singapore, Malaysia Local Delights has been around for awhile, and I visited them a few years back when they only sold their signature yellow skin Kampung Chicken Rice. These days, Malaysia Local Delights has also started offering a Lok Lok Buffet, and most diners that visit now go for this option.Ambience at Malaysia Local Delights (Lok Lok Buffet) is typical of a coffeeshop, brightly lit with plastic tables and chairs. Fortunately, it's rather clean, and the pleasant outdoor seating lends to the overall ambience. Indoors is slightly more stuffy though, and the smell of bubbling hot pots lingers in the air.Service at Malaysia Local Delights (Lok Lok Buffet) is very good. The 3 freezers of food are kept constantly restocked, and if you order from the ala-carte menu, food is also prepared and served quickly. The lady boss is helpful and friendly, making conversation with diners and coming around to check on how your meal is going.Food at Malaysia Local Delights (Lok Lok Buffet) is passable, somewhat average. While I love the freshness of the vegetables and seafood, their meat is frozen, not fresh, and this results in poorer taste and texture. Their fried items are pretty good though, especially their chicken wings! Prices here are nett, at SGD $26.80 per person for free flow of food, including drinks.Choose any 2 of the 8 types of Soup Base for cooking the Lok Lok / Food Skewers. For Soup Base, we selected the Chicken Soup & Tom Yum Soup, and chose to get the Satay Sauce on the side. The lady boss tells us that all spice levels are toned down, to suit those who don't like spicy food. For those who like their spicy food really hot, the lady boss says that customers can request to increase the spicy level of the soup base after ordering. Their signature here is their Satay Sauce, which is thick and savoury with a slight sweetness, with a whole lot of crushed peanuts within.There are over 50 different items offered for the Lok Lok Buffet here. Each individual food skewer has a rather small portion, so it's possible to sample first, then go back for those you like, without getting too full.The selection of meat (beef, pork, chicken) use frozen meat, which lacks in taste and has a tougher texture. Go for the various sausages instead if you want meat. The vegetables and seafood, especially the prawns, are fresh, and very good. The ready to eat fried food is also pretty good, I like the chicken wings and the nonya rolls. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-10
Decided to head all the way to the east of Singapore to try out the lok lok. The stall is facing the road but may not be that easy to locate as there are many shophouses there. Punggol nasi lemak is near this stall. The variety is not impressive and the foods are mostly kept in a fridge where we could see the ingredients. The hot foods tasted very mediocre and not worth trying. One thing good about lok lok is that I don't need to dig into the soup to find what I want. The satay sticks make it easy to find and eat the food and also it is more hygenic that way. I had chicken soup base and satay dip. Both were average. I found the satay sticks quite wasted though :/Angry birds fishcakes which were so cute and photo-worthy but not that nice to eat. The dinner was priced at approx $22.90. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)