The Three Peacocks – NEW live stations at Singapore’s largest outdoor buffet!

The Three Peacocks - atmosphere

Looking for a sweet temporary escape out of Singapore? The Three Peacocks at Labrador Park offers just that, and a ton of great food at the same time! You can expect to be greeted by the ambience of the Thai night market as you enter the brightly lit open space with string lights hanging throughout.

It was certainly a feast for our eyes as we wandered around scanning the endless spread of food they offer. From raw oysters and freshly grilled lobsters to heaps of Wagyu beef and Iberian pork, there’s sure to be something for everyone. The variety here is so immense that we cannot even describe it precisely! All I can say is that you have to come and experience the buffet yourself!

The three peacocks - barbecued meat close-up

The Three Peacocks - landscape of scallops to grill

The smoke emitted from the Live Stations, coupled with the puffs of aroma from the char-grilled meats, made my stomach rumble and I couldn’t wait to dig in!

Another thing to note is that we can now take our own portions at the buffets?! YAY!

The three peacocks - portrait of grilled scallops

Les Trois Paons - grilled lobster

The Three Peacocks - grilled lobster mentaiko

Les Trois Paons - grilled calamari

They have several live stations focusing mainly on seafood specialties! One of the highlights would have to be the Charcoal Grilled Live Station where they serve perfectly grilled Mentaiko cheese and garlic scallops. There you can swap out a half portion of Mentaiko Cheese Grilled Lobster which had a firm and flavorful bite! How is that worth it?

They also have a Teppanyaki station that serves salmon, whole calamari, and Hotate scallops. A fried station with truffle sweet potato fries, fried shrimp with calamari! Even better are the sauces you can pair dishes with, western sauces such as special chilli, dill cream sauce, red wine sauce and many more!

Les Trois Paons - seafood bar

Les Trois Paons - selection of clams and fresh prawns

The Three Peacocks - fresh seafood tour

The three peacocks - fresh raw oysters and prawns

The Seafood Bar was set up almost like a fun market where diners could choose whatever seafood they wanted. I really enjoyed the “shopping process”! Expect a myriad of shrimp, jumbo shrimp, scallops, crayfish, clams, gong gong, mussels, crab and more. You name it, they have it! Their oyster bar serves freshly shucked oysters that were seriously plump and juicy. Don’t forget to add a squeeze of lemon to cut through that light brine. Believe me, you won’t be disappointed!

The three peacocks - wide shot of barbecue food

Les Trois Paons - selection of minced beef

Les Trois Paons - selection of raw chicken

Les Trois Paons - selection of beef cubes

When it came to choosing which meat to devour first, we were spoiled for choice and didn’t know where to start. Unlike most buffets, they place a heavy emphasis on their premium meat qualities. From Wagyu beef, Angus beef to Iberian pork! The beef pieces were so juicy, juicy! I was definitely blown away by the selection, it’s impossible not to be. After the friendly staff helped prepare the Charcoal Grill at our table, we couldn’t wait to start barbecuing EVERYTHING.

Did I mention the plethora of sauces to accompany your meats?

Les Trois Paons - selection of meat skewers

The Three Peacocks - skewers

In addition to too many types of meats, The Three Peacocks also spoils diners with kebabs. Likewise, this comes in a wide range! I mean, the spread here is just beyond the scope! For those looking to take a break from meat overload, they also have potato skewers, shiitake mushrooms, and corn on the cob.

The buffet at The Three Peacocks is undeniably a meat lover’s dream come true, so if you can’t get enough meat, come and stock up here!

The Three Peacocks - making skewers

The three peacocks - cooked food collage 1

The three peacocks - cooked food collage 2

While waiting for your charcoal grill to heat up, you can dive into some of the cooked foods they have.

Their international buffet, which makes you taste all the cuisines, will delight you. Want to eat Spanish? Dine on their tender pork or beef tacos or opt for the seafood paella. If you want something spicy, warm your stomachs with their tantalizing Mala Xiang Guo.

They also have cheesy baked potatoes, spicy shredded potatoes, and fried rice to help you fill up on carbs. For a balanced diet, they even have cooked vegetables!

The three peacocks - Japanese cooked dishes

Well, if you think that’s all, you’re sorely mistaken. The Three Peacocks take things up a notch with a plethora of Japanese dishes. Think Cappacio, Unagi maki coated in shiok sauce, and everyone’s favorite Tamagoyaki topped with Tobiko.

The three peacocks - hotpot

If you fancy hot pot at the same time, top up $10 for a charcoal hot pot where you can cook seafood in their Tomyum soup 😂 Or offer it free for groups of 4 or more.

Les Trois Paons - rooftop bar 1

Les Trois Paons - rooftop bar 2

To round off the evening, head to their rooftop bar to kick back and sip drinks to wash down all that grilled goodness. Les Trois paons is also an ice cream and pastry bar to end your feast in freshness!

Although the location is rather out of the way for those taking public transportation, Three Peacocks offers a free shuttle service every 30 minutes from the Labrador Park MRT station. For those who drive, free parking is also available for you!

For just $55.90++ on weekdays and $60.90++ on weekends, adults can indulge in their vast array of BBQ items, seafood, ready meals and kebabs – a Crazy value for money! It was impossible to try every item on the menu so I will be back to try the other dishes I missed!

The three peacocks - showcase

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Sharlyne Soh

When it comes to food, Sharlyne is always willing to try anything, especially anything related to matcha. If she’s not foraging for food, she can be found blasting calories earned at a spin studio or rewatching Hannah Montana on Disney+.

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