Ooopps… nope, only for those who were invited to Yen’s party. Yay~ because, I was invited!
Nice chandelier. Hmmm… This place looks posh.
Where were we?! It was Yen’s birthday! Hence, it must be in her house.
—> The food. We must capture pictures on food before everyone starts. *wink*
What a cool idea she had. Paid and catered a LokLok car for her party. My very first time attended a LokLok buffet birthday party and this was a great experience. Another eat-all-you-can dinner for me.
LokLok, can be considered as small type of steamboat where u have to stand beside the vendors and ‘lok’ (boil/cook) your sticks of fresh ingredients. This is another Malaysian (Chinese) culture and we can normally find LokLok vendors in Pasar Malam (night market).
On one side, there were the assorted fish balls, meat balls… you named it.
The organs — hearts, kidneys…
And… I have no idea what is this.
Kangkung and brown sotong
The cockles which were in bloody red, I dared not to have a taste on them. Tooo bloody red.
On the other side, assorted meat balls, fish balls and some other materials that we can get from frozen section in the supermarket.
They even have siu mai.
Steamy hot boiling water to ‘lok’ your food.
Yen’s caring mum even prepared some main course for us.
Fried bee hoon
Curry chicken which was a bit over spicy.
Thumb up for this. The very puffy Curry puffs which were golden fried to perfection tasted real good.
Cincau which was a good one to quench the thirst. Additional of the ginger and pandan leaves were refreshing.
Me, Christine, Wei Min, and Yen (the birthday girl).
Yen’s birthday cake with rich chocolaty chocolate.
Well, this is another back dated post again. Yen’s birthday falls in the mid of September. Sorry gal for posted up this late. The truth, this was a real nice party and I believe u enjoy it very much too. All the best~