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Zaolek lok lok buffet - a guide to the heartlands area of Kovan by Sweet Bunny Lobang - Singapore's Lifestyle & Food Blogger

What is Lok Lok - Lok Lok are like kebabs but instead of being totally meat base, there is a huger selection of ingredients to choose from. These skewered foods are either cooked or uncooked and are dipped into boiling hot soup bases. Sometimes restaurants even provide deep fry and barbequed versions of Lok Lok in their Menu.

Enjoy Lok Lok with friends by Sweet Bunny Lobang - Singapore's Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger

Origins of Lok Lok – Although there is no definite source of where exactly Lok Lok originated from, in a couple of states in Malaysia namely Kuala Lumpur, Subang etc…there are many peddlers, Lok Lok is a form of popular street food which is typically sold in vans and Malaysian restaurant has made its way into the restaurant in Singapore.

Differences between Singapore & Malaysia Lok Lok – For Singapore style of Lok Lok, you may select from a variety of soup bases such as chicken, herbal chicken, Mala, Laksa and TomYum whereby in Malaysia, it is either eaten with boiling with condiments such as sweet chili or satay sauce. It really depends on the state of Malaysia you are in.

Thai Super Bowl - Everyday Thai Food

Update: They have sadly closed down.
If you are a fan of spicy and sour food, Thai food would be at the top of your list. Thai Superbowl opened its door at the beginning of April 2017. As the name of the establishment suggests it serves delicious Thai food at very reasonable prices. Best known for its enormous pans of seafood tom yum, it is no surprise that comes lunch or dinner time, lines of crowds would snake down the pathway leading to the entrance.






Their signature dish may be the tom yum seafood but what really tickles my fancy is their other dishes as I have a tendency to enjoy the staple food. On the menus, starters include fried chicken wings, spring rolls, mango salad, chicken and tom yum soup. Thai red and green curries are also available a la carte as well as pad thai, fried rice. Under the supermeal category, there are several selections of rice sets comprising meats, fish, and vegetables. You can complete a Thai meal without drinks and dessert, can you?  Thai ice tea, ice lemon tea, and lemongrass tea.Dessert only comprises of mango sticky rice at of $4.00!







It might be a no-frills cafe where you have to make your order and settle your payment at the counter but it's bright and neat atmosphere keeps me coming back whenever I have a craving for Thai food. Apologies for the lack of photos, The food was so good I forgotten to snap a photo or two, will update as soon as I am able to.