Definition of shiok in English:

shiok

adjective

SE Asian
  • 1(in Singapore) very enjoyable or pleasing (used as a term of general approval)

    ‘a very shiok head massage’
    ‘it was really shiok to just lay on the beach chairs with a book’
    as exclamation ‘Shiok, man! I feel good’
    1. 1.1 (of food) very tasty; delicious.
      ‘it's super spicy but pretty shiok’
      ‘a really satisfying and shiok meal’

Origin

From Malay syok ‘pleasing’.

Pronunciation

shiok

/ˈʃiːɒk/