Yummy Singapore

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Yummy Singapore is the home to local F&B brands like Lok Yummy which specialises in Lok Lok, a roadside delicacy from the streets of Malaysia.

567 Balestier Road
Mega Foodcourt Stall 6
Singapore 329884

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06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am


06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

We checked out this quaint little lok lok stall barely weeks into their operations, and was mighty pleased with their food 🥰 I mean you can’t really go wrong with deep fried food, but what I especially love about Yummy Singapore is their wide range of ingredients + UHMAZING homemade sauces. There’s a fucking solid satay sauce, an honestly punchy chilli sauce, and a rather addictive sweet chilli one as well — one for any occasion really 😉 And what more, every ingredient was fried perfectly (read: nothing was burnt) which isn’t something you can always be assured of across the causeway.

I have been coming back ever since my first time trying their Lok Lok! It’s located in the Central which makes it quite convenient, so there’s no need to cross the causeway when our borders are finally opened to get a taste of what you’ve missed for the past year!
Highly Recommended and Underrated!


I don't think I have to say much more if this is my go-to location to satisfy my dinner/supper cravings for the past few days. This is literally bench-marking and is a one-up of Singapore's F&B standard, almost exact to those you can find in Malaysia, if not better! And now, since everyone cannot travel to Malaysia until end of year horh, why not get a taste of Malaysia in with their local delicacy. Highly recommended!


With the border closure, don’t you guys have mad cravings for your favourite JB street food - Lok Lok? Fret not as @yummy.singapore is here to keep your Lok Lok cravings at bay! Newly opened in September, @yummy.singapore specialises in serving Lok Lok and Satay.

They boast a wide range of selection, ranging from the Lok Lok classics to yakitori to animal innards, at $1 per stick. Their skewers are garnished with a special house-made black sauce that’s both sweet and savoury.

On the side, there are a few house-made sauces to go with the Lok Lok: Red Chilli, Black Chilli, Sweet Thai Chilli and Satay Sauce. My favourite is the sweet thai chilli! The sweet and spicy combination goes really well with the skewers.

I really love the mushrooms as they were grilled perfectly - juicy, tender and succulent! Their grilled broccoli was very tasty too especially after drizzling with the special black sauce. Also, the damn cheesy cheese tofu is not to be missed! Hurry hit @yummy.singapore up for some late night snacks with your friends and families! They are available for both dine-in and delivery!