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Lok Lok
Featured Reviews (8)
Veteran Gourmet 2013-10-06
Malaysians spent more than half the time eating and when they are not, they are probably thinking of what’s for the next meal. And even during off hours past midnights we have our 24 hour mamak stalls and the famous lok lok vans that are no longer unusual to us. Lok lok is this fun skewers of assorted ingredients cooked inside a boiling pot and eaten with few sauces of your choice. Somewhat like a cross of steamboat and shabu shabu. As a matter of fact, those lok lok vans have evolved in the past years so instead of the conventional dip and boiling, there are grill and fried on the van itself. And today, the little food truck has been situated permanently in a restaurant. The Fat One Steamboat is now parked everlastingly at the Bandar Sunway. Charging at RM 30 per pax, this buffet style lok lok is offering more than just skewers. With bottomless flow of fresh ingredients including seafood, vegetables, noodles, rice, eggs, poultries, desserts and beverages, some ready to eat while others requires some cooking time. continue reading
Rising Gourmet 2013-06-29
All of the sudden, we are so indulge with steamboat and we are thinking to find the other steamboat shops around there. We know that some of the famous one there but we plan to get something new. Spotted on the spot is Fat One Steamboat which is being one of the famous van styled steamboat.Seafood is our focus for the night and their seafood is quite a variety as well and most important it is fresh. They have crabs, prawns, squids, mantis prawns and variety of clams to choose. Not only that, we also enjoy the variety of fishes too. The prawns are fresh and it is worth paying if you are seafood lovers continue reading
Novice Gourmet 2013-05-19
这个的特点就是一个小van在马路旁吃那碌碌, 所以吸引了不少人的关顾.这里有很多食物选择,一般上朋友们都很喜欢结伴来这里吃,食物上还算新鲜,可是感觉就不是那么卫生,毕竟是在马路边. continue reading