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This $0.60 Per Stick Lok Lok Stall Has Free Flow Mentaiko Sauce, From Now Till June 30

6th June 2022
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Lok Me Up free-flow mentaiko at Toa Payoh

Image credit: LOK ME UP

When we covered Lok Me Up late last year, the lok lok stall’s $0.60 skewers and free flow of nacho cheese sauce made them a hit amongst our readers. Now, Lok Me Up are celebrating their one-year anniversary, and to mark the occasion, they are offering unlimited servings of a sauce that will likely turn more heads: mentaiko.

lok-me-up-mentaiko-flatlayImage credit: LOK ME UP

From now till June 30, you can savour Lok Me Up’s wide range of skewers with this highly umami sauce.

Skewers in the $0.60 range include King Oyster Mushrooms, Popcorn Chicken and Ngoh Hiang, while those that go for $1.20 comprise Shrimp Gyoza, Seaweed Chicken, Bacon Wrapped Enoki and many more. All skewers are fried to order, so you get to enjoy them at their crispiest.

Image credit: LOK ME UP

While mentaiko fans will surely be lapping up as much of the sauce as they can, those who want some variety with the condiments can opt for the three other sauces as well. These include the aforementioned Nacho Cheese, which will give your skewers a cheesy, savoury boost; and the Thai and Garlic Chilli, perfect for adding piquant and spicy flavours to your lok lok.

Image credit: @thefoodiejj

If you’re looking to have your lok lok feast at home instead, then you can order from Lok Me Up via Grab Food and Foodpanda. Otherwise, you can enjoy all the skewers you want till the wee hours of the night, as the stall closes at 2:30am.

For more good food in the Toa Payoh area, check out our Pin Xiang Wanton Mee review. As for other great lok lok eateries to check out, read our Lok Lok Places In Singapore guide.

Address: 9 Toa Payoh Industrial Park, #01-1209, Singapore 319061
Opening hours: Tues-Sun 5pm to 2:30am
Lok Me Up is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from @thefoodiejj and LOK ME UP

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