The Three Peacocks Buffet : Weekday Meat and Live Stations REVIEW - - Singapore Lifestyle Portal

The Three Peacocks Buffet : Weekday Meat and Live Stations REVIEW

It's time for another buffet!

This time around, it will be a completely different experience. We are heading outdoors to Ladardor Park to The Three Peacocks to experience Singapore's largest outdoor BBQ Buffet!

The Three Peacocks have been around for ages. Due to the pandemic over the past 2 years, it has been somewhat under the radar. With Singapore opening back up,  it looks set to soar once again with its huge selection of buffets and live stations.

First Impression

The vibes at The Three Peacocks hits differently even before you reach the destination. Nested at the deep end of Labrador Park, you would drive through a stretch lined up with dense vegetation. 

Night at The Tree Peacock

It is a drive similar to a drive to Lim Chu Kang but except that this time, it is a more centralised location. For those not driving, a free shuttle bus service from Labrador Park MRT every half an hour. 

The first thing that you would notice would be the fairy lights and the colour neon-lit food stations. This gives a very Bangkok Night Market feels.  It was packed to the brimmed when we were that, so a reservation is a definite must given the location.

As for the name The Three Peacocks is probably inspired by the peacocks roaming about the site. We spotted one while we were dining there! 

What's on the Menu?

The Three Peacocks has a separate menu for weekdays and weekends. At weekends, it provides a Meat and Seafood buffet, while on weekdays, it is a Meat buffet with a Live Station serving prime meats such as Wagyu beef cuts and black pork belly.  For this review, we will share what is on the menu for the weekday Meat buffet.


The meat buffet consists of beef cuts, pork cuts, marinate, and skewers. If you are a meat lover, you would be in paradise with over 30 selections of choice meat. 

Angus Beef

You can enjoy Wagyu cuts such as Wagyu Oyster blade, Striploin and Beef Cubes for beef. Angus beef selection and short rib Korean Cuts are available.
Pork Selection
For pork, Black Pork Collar, belly and selections of Pork Jowl and Loin are there for you to choose among others.

If you prefer your food to be marinated,  you will be spoilt for choice Teriyaki Chicken, Korean Spicy Chicken, Honey Shoyu Chicken, Korean Bulgogi Pork Collar and more!

Last but not least, you have to try the skewers. You can have as many as you can devour from beef to chicken to mutton. We do have a minor suggestion. Given the wide selection of meat, it would be great to label them. Otherwise, we might get everything just to find out what we are eating. 

Sauce station - The Three Peacocks
Do stop by the sauce station to pick your favourite sauce for the night. With over a dozen of sauces, it will be a difficult choice to make!
Our sauce for the night



If you prefer to let, someone else do the cooking, head to the Life Station. From grilled items such as BBQ Pork ribs to Teppanyaki favourites like Salmon Steak and Whole Squid, there are plenty to choose from. 
Grilled Selection
Deep-fried items like calamari, prawn, karaage, mini Beef Burgers, and Mac & Cheese are favourites for the younger kids.

Deep-Fried Live Stations


Salad Bar at The Three Peacock

If you prefer your food to be prepared, there is a decent selection of cooked food on the menu. You could start with the salad bar and appetiser with Sushi and Maki.

Hot Station

Cooked dishes such as fried rice, stir fry mixed vegetables, Seafood pizzas and plenty more to choose from. Personally, we would chomp on the meat buffet and a selection of Live stations before going for the cooked dishes. 
Cooked Food From The Three Peacock

There are simply too many dishes to choose from at The Three Peacocks, so we have to save our stomachs for the rest of the dishes.

A selection of drinks and ice cream are also provided for this buffet.

BBQ Time

After picking out our meal, we head back to the table for BBQ. 

Each table is provided with a round BBQ station that will be set up by the friendly crew.  Set-up time is less than 5 minutes and you would be ready to BBQ.
Cosy BBQ set up

Given that it is a charcoal grill, it would not be possible to control the fire. As a result, there will be plenty of smoke, especially if you cook marinated meat. While this may deter some, it has an old-school charm attached to it.

To lessen the impact of smoke, you might want to place the tin foil over the grill. It will take a slightly longer time to cook, but it will be a less smokey affair.

Among the meat we tried, the Wagyu selections stood out. 

Wagyu beef

Our favourite will undoubtedly be the Wagyu beef cubes. Each bite is super juicy and flavourful. 

The Wagyu striploin is a close second. Frankly, 3 servings of these would already make bangs for your buck.

To complete your buffet experience, we recommend trying as many dishes as possible. For us, the quality and not the quantity matters, and The Three Peacocks ticks the right boxes.

It is thus not surprising that we made several trips to the station for more food!

The Three Peacock Meat Buffet

Overall, we enjoyed our experience at The Three Peacocks. Good food and the laid-back ambience make this place a unique experience. Given the setup, this will be perfect for families or groups of friends.

The weekday Meat buffet is available from Monday to Friday (excluding PH and eve of PH). The price is as follows.
Adult : $45 ++
Senior : $42.50 ++
Kids (7-12) $28 ++

Guests will also have the option of having the regular Meat and Seafood bbq buffet available daily. For this option, you can select unlimited seafood of calms, crayfish, prawns, crabs, oysters and more. Guests can also redeem half a lobster each.

Given the crowd and location, we highly recommend booking a reservation before heading down. Details for reservation can be found here.

The Three Peacocks

The Three Peacocks
8 Port Road, Labrador Park
Singapore 117540
Tel : 3129 2374
TWD was invited to TTP for a review. All opinions are of our own.

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