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.
Check out our Three Peacocks review!
Address: 8 Port Road, Singapore 117540
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 11pm
Tel: 6251 0213
The Three Peacocks is not a halal-certified eatery.
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.
3. Tamarind Hill
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Yet another restaurant within the nature reserve, Tamarind Hill is a fine-dining Southeast Asian restaurant set in a gorgeous colonial-style building, with high ceilings and posh chandeliers that make for good date material. With over 100 Thai and Burmese-inspired creations, you’ll be awed by how the chefs elevate these cuisines as we know it. Apart from their lunch sets and dinner menus, Tamarind Hill also has Thai Afternoon Tea ($35++ per person) where you can enjoy chicken skewers, mango sticky rice, and more, alongside free-flow coffee and tea. Do note that this is only available daily from 3pm to 6pm.
Address: 30 Labrador Villa Road, Singapore 119189
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10:30pm Sun 11:30am to 3:30pm, 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6278 6364
Tamarind Hill is not a halal-certified eatery.
4. Canopy HortPark
A ten-minute walk from Labrador Park MRT Station and we have another garden cafe, Canopy HortPark. Be transported to a Balinese resort, where the ceiling hangs with greenery and cane lanterns. What’s more, this gorgeous restaurant is pet-friendly!
Treat yourself to the Cold Angel Hair Pasta ($42++), which is dressed in white truffle oil and a truffle-butter sauce, then topped with sashimi scallops and pearls of ikura for extra indulgence. If not, the Rosemary Chicken ($25++) makes for a satisfying main, with a delicious rosemary garlic sauce that complements the protein.
Check out our Canopy HortPark review
Address: 33 Hyderabad Road, #01-01, HortPark, Singapore 119578
Tel: 6556 1533
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 10:30pm
Canopy HortPark is not a halal-certified eatery.
5. Creamier Gillman Barracks
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Creamier is a long-time player in Singapore’s saturated ice cream scene, and for good reason. Here, a single scoop starts at $3.80, though you’ll have to top up $1 for premium flavours. My personal favourites are the Sea Salt Gula Melaka and Mango Passionfruit Sorbet, which I always stack on the signature Waffles ($6). What’s more, you can browse through the galleries at Gillman Barracks, after you’re done with dessert.
Address: 5A Lock Road, Singapore 108927
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 6262 1087
Creamier is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Hitoyoshi Ramen & Grill
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The Mapletree Business City is another office district near Labrador Park, and located within is Hitoyoshi Ramen & Grill, where you can get both ramen and yakitori.
Treat yourself to their Garlic Tonkotsu Ramen With All Topping ($16.90++). This bowl of ramen stars a creamy garlic tonkotsu broth, and brims over with ingredients like chashu, pork belly, and an ajitsuke egg. Their charcoal-grilled skewers also make for great sides, including a melt-in-your-mouth Pork Cheek ($3.80++) and juicy Chicken Thigh ($2.60++). For something more affordable, they also have a plain Tonkotsu Ramen for $11.90++.
Address: 40 Pasir Panjang Road, #02-38, Mapletree Business City, Singapore 117440
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 9pm
Tel: 6250 8518
Hitoyoshi Ramen & Grill is not a halal-certified eatery.
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For a dinner-bar experience, check out Hopscotch. Previously located at the Red Dot Traffic Building, the restaurant is now at Gillman Barracks, with a barbecue-centric menu and localised cocktails.
Their XO Sticky Back Ribs ($25+) come highly recommended, with spice-rubbed meat that falls off the bone. If you’re here with a group, consider their sharing plates, including Wagyu Beef Balls ($13+) that are served with veal jus, and Razor Clams ($15+) which are grilled Asian style.
Address: 45 Malan Road, Singapore 109455
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6339 0633
Hopscotch is not a halal-certified eatery.
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Burgers are the ultimate comfort food, and gourmet ones are worth the splurge every once in a while. Consider BurgerLabo, a burger-centric restaurant located within Gillman Barracks. Their Basic Burger (from $25++) features a patty made from Aberdeen Angus and A4 Wagyu beef. It’s then topped with more wagyu fats, a house-made shio kombu mayo sauce, and buns from Bakery Brera.
If meat is not your thing, try their Blue Cod Fillet Burger (from $21++), which sees a deep-fried New Zealand blue cod fillet, with smashed avocado and chopped pickles. What’s more, all their burgers are served with truffle fries, making for a complete meal.
Address: 41 Malan Road, Singapore 109454
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 6pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6694 0940
BurgerLabo is not a halal-certified eatery.
9. Kaisen Ichi
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Kaisen Ichi provides both a quick lunch spot and post-work dinner treat. On their lunch menu are reasonably priced donburis such as the Chicken Teriyaki Don ($10+) and Salmon Ikura Don ($12+). If you’re feeling something more indulgent, get the signature Kaisen Bara Chirashi ($18+) which comprises an assortment of fish, octopus, and prawn sashimi, topped with ikura pearls.
Round up your colleagues for a drink after work. Their dinner menu offers a plethora of bites to go along with your preferred alcoholic beverage, including Tori Ohba Maki ($12+), with deep-fried chicken that’s flavoured by perilla, and Hotate Mentaiyaki ($12+), which sees grilled scallops in a spicy roe sauce.
Address: 40 Pasir Panjang Road, #02-36, Mapletree Business City, Singapore 117383
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6358 3858
Kaisen Ichi is not a halal-certified eatery.
10. Tingkat PeraMakan
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Tingkat PeraMakan brings modern Nyonya cuisine to your table, in a casual setting. Get an assortment of dishes in true zi char fashion. Their Ayam Buah Keluak ($10.80) is a must, with chicken braised in black nut gravy, perfect to go with rice. Equally deep-flavoured is the Beef Rendang ($11.80), which consists of creamy beef cooked in spices. In a bid for a more balanced meal, get the Nyonya Chap Chye ($6.80). This dish features a tasty bean sauce that flavours the vegetables.
Address: 460 Alexandra Road, #01-18, Alexandra Retail Centre, Singapore 119963
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Tel: 6250 3050
Tingkat PeraMakan is not a halal-certified eatery.
11. Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolomee
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Get a taste of Malaysia at Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee. Their signature Jia Xiang Mee ($7.90) comprises springy egg noodles, char siew, minced meat, and soup wontons on the side. Another crowd favourite is the Black Pepper Smoked Duck Kolo Mee ($7.50), which sees a modern take on the traditional kolo mee.
They also make a decent Fish Soup (from $9.90), with a light yet flavourful broth, and generous portions of fish.
Address: 460 Alexandra Road, #02-25, Alexandra Retail Centre, Singapore 119963
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: 6266 1009
Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee is not a halal-certified eatery.
12. Food Barn
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Another lunchtime spot within Alexandra Technopark is Food Barn, serving up hearty Western fare. Zhng-up your usual fast food burgers with The Best Bacon Burger ($17), which stars a 150g beef patty made in-house, topped with bacon and a poached egg.
If pasta is your preferred carb, get their Salmon Linguine ($15.90). This dish is cooked with artichokes and roasted garlic cream sauce for a medley of flavours.
Address: 438C Alexandra Road, #01-02/03, Singapore 119968
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 6pm
Tel: 6804 6471
Food Barn is not a halal-certified eatery.
Food near Labrador Park
The next time you’re at Labrador Park, you won’t have to crack your head over what to eat. From Sarawak kolo mee to ice cream and waffles, our list of food places in Labrador Park has got you covered.
If this has sparked your interest in dining alongside nature, check out our guide for 10 gorgeous restaurants in parks.
Alternatively, check out our VivoCity food guide for meal options just two MRT stations from Labrador Park.
Featured images adapted from @_whatsuppunk.