Labrador Park food

The Labrador Nature Reserve is not all there is to Labrador Park, though its stunning greenery and heritage exhibits are definitely worth exploring. Labrador Park also has malls and office districts, with a plethora of food options available. For where to dine in the area, read our list of 12 Labrador Park food places for live seafood BBQ, Japanese katsu sandwiches, and more.

1. The Three Peacocks

Located within the Labrador Nature Reserve is The Three Peacocks, Singapore’s largest outdoor buffet. Their BBQ and hotpot buffets go at $56 per person, with an additional surcharge of $5 on weekends. These come with free-flow Australian wagyu beef, marinated meats, and live seafood. Top up $22 per person to enjoy both the BBQ and hotpot options. Otherwise, if you’re feeling generous, get their premium buffet for $108 per person. It comes with unlimited A4 wagyu and Boston lobsters that make the price worth it.

To get here, you can take the shuttle bus from Labrador Park MRT Station Exit A. Reservations via their website are also highly recommended.

Address: 8 Port Road, Singapore 117540
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 11pm
Tel: 6251 0213
The Three Peacocks is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Sando

Office-going folk in Alexandra Technopark may be familiar with Sando, where you can find Japanese sandwiches, rice bowls, light bites, and more. Their Pork Katsu ($10) sando is a must, with tonkatsu, confit onions, and greens sandwiched between freshly-baked shokupan. If you’re feeling like something light, get the Tamago ($5) sando, which sees fluffy omelette nestled between shokupan, topped with kombu mayo and bonito flakes.

Check out our Sando review!

Address: 438C Alexandra Road, #01-04/04A, Singapore 119976
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 2:30pm
Tel: 9771 0388
Sando is not a halal-certified eatery.

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