5 Affordable Lok Lok Places to Try in JB

Street Directory 5 affordable Lok Lok places

What is Lok Lok?

Lok Lok, which translates as "to dip," is a collection of cooked and uncooked culinary dishes that have been dipped in hot boiling water. Skewers of meat, vegetables, dumplings, fish balls, and shellfish simmered in a clear broth before being dipped into a variety of savoury dips.

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Why is JB known for their Lok Lok?

Since Lok Lok is not widely readily available in Singapore, many Singaporeans would cross the border to Johor Bahru to obtain this exquisite Malaysian delicacy. Lok Lok is well-known in JB for its versatility and low costs. The food here is fresh, and despite the dishes' popularity, one wouldn't have to wait too long to be served.

Here's a list of 5 Lok Lok Vans for you to try out while on your visit to JB!

1. Fa Ge Lok Lok Outside KSL City Mall

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Many of us have probably heard of or perhaps shopped at KSL Mall, one of JB's biggest malls. After your shopping spree, treat yourself to a scrumptious Lok Lok feast at Fa Ge Lok Lok Van. Fa Ge Lok Lok has several enterprises spread across the island and has surely piqued the interest of many. Enoki mushrooms wrapped in ham and seasoned duck meat are among their best-sellers! 

Address: 33, Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad, 80250 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 6pm to 4am (Mon – Sun)

Price: From RM1.50 (~S$0.48)


2. Fa Ge Lok Lok outside Bangkok Spa

Fa Ge Loklok outside Bangkok Spa

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Another Fa Ge Lok Lok Van could be observed directly outside a Thai Spa Massage. To appeal to the consumers in this area, this van sells Lok Lok, which has a spicier taste! It's ideal for individuals who want spice! When you get delectable Lok Lok after a revitalising spa treatment, you're killing two birds with one stone!

Address: 58, Jalan Abiad, Taman Maju Jaya, 80400 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 6pm to 4am (Mon – Sun)

Price: From RM1.50 (~S$0.48)

3. Woon Five Nine Restaurant


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In addition to their renowned wanton noodles, this vibrant establishment has a Lok Lok van parked alongside, selling a great assortment of Lok Lok. The wonderfully delectable cheese wrapped in ham that is oozing with richness and deep-fried enoki lavishly coated with paprika are part of their specialties. 

Address: 2-20, Jalan Kelewang, Taman Sri Tebrau, 80050 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

4. Mr Lok Lok

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Mr. Lok Lok is another Lok Lok restaurant in JB that is well-liked by locals due to the diversity and affordable prices. The food here is fresh, and despite its popularity, you will not have to wait long for it to be served.


Mr. Loklok

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If you're a fan of spice, you must give tom yum a try on your visit to Mr. Lok Lok! It'll leave you craving for more!

Address: 99, Jalan Lembah 18, Bandar Baru Seri Alam, 91750 Masai, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 4pm to 12am (Mon – Thu) | 3pm to 12am (Fri – Sun)

Price: From RM0.90 (~S$0.29)


5. Bro Lok Lok

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One of the must-try skewers at this van would be the Bro Lok Lok’s signature grilled slipper lobster skewer. Bro Lok Lok allows patrons to choose between boiled or fried Lok lok.

Bro Loklok

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Address: 41, Jalan Mutiara Emas 2A, Taman Mount Austin, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 7.30pm to 1.30am (Mon, Tue, Thu – Sun)

Price: From RM1 (~S$0.32)