Tung Lok Group latest venture, Lokkee is located at Plaza Singapura. The restaurant uses part of Lao Beijing Restaurant’s space to operate. Lokkee concept is inspired by the chinese take-out foods in Chinatown across the cosmopolitan cities. Thus, the foods served have the mixture of east meets west cuisine.
Once we entered into the restaurant, we were greeted by the cute star wars statue drinking bubble tea at the front entrance. The reception cum cash counter is on the right side.
The restaurant is designed with modern concept with detailing on the walls and tables are in black colour and chairs are in deep red colour. There are Chinese brush paintings of Star Wars hanging at the walls of the dining area. VIP rooms are available in the restaurants as well.
And if you observe, each table has a big bottle of Sriracha sauce. Let’s move on to the foods we ordered that day:-
Sichuan ‘Mala’ Fish Fries S$14.00
Poultry & Meat
Awesome Flaming Pineapple Beef S$28.00
Firecracker Chicken Nest S$24.00
The service staff advises us to enjoy the chicken first followed by the mango puree. Loving the crispy bites of the deep fried chicken and careful the power of the dried chilies in between the meats. The mango puree spheres give bursts upon the bite and it is good for aftertaste of the spicy delights.
Shredded Crispy Duck with Thin Flour Skins S$16.00
Beancurd & Vegetables
Mapo Tofu S$16.00
Pork Cracklins Bao S$13.00
Rice & Noodles
Uni Pasta S$24.00
Shrimp Garlic Noodles S$16.00
Banana Egg Roll S$10.00
The dining experience was pleasant as the service staffs are well-trained. They are polite and put on a smile to customers. The foods here are innovative and inspired with fusion style. I would visit again for the foods and services here.
Sub-total bill was S$201.50 but we managed to enjoy 15% off by using UOB credit card. Thus, the final amount was S$211.32 inclusive of 10% service charges and 7% GST. The amount includes our drinks as well.
Recommended Dish(es): Awesome Flaming Pineapple Beef,Firecracker Chicken Nest
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Oct 20, 2015
Spending per head: Approximately $43(Dinner)
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