Mind-blowing Singapore buffet treats guests to over 100 dishes

A mind-blowing seafood and BBQ buffet is being heralded as a ‘foodie’s dream’ with 20 different kinds of meat, dipping sauces, oysters and lobsters on offer.

The Three Peacocks in Singapore – named after the species of pretty birds that roam the area – is tucked away in Labrador Park in the southern part of the mainland, but is well worth the trek.

For just $53AUD you can devour everything from scallops to tiger prawns, oysters, clams, mussels and even crayfish. 

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A mind-blowing seafood and BBQ buffet is being heralded as a 'foodie's dream' with 20 different kinds of meat, dipping sauces, oysters and lobsters on offer

A mind-blowing seafood and BBQ buffet is being heralded as a 'foodie's dream' with 20 different kinds of meat, dipping sauces, oysters and lobsters on offer

A mind-blowing seafood and BBQ buffet is being heralded as a ‘foodie’s dream’ with 20 different kinds of meat, dipping sauces, oysters and lobsters on offer

If marinated meats are more your flavour than chicken, pork, beef and even hotdogs cooked in Korean BBQ style  – over hot coals – are available at the delicious establishment.

Those who are happy to splash a little extra cash can spend $22AUD on the live Boston lobsters, which are large in size and likely to fill up even the hungriest of patrons.

‘Diners have the choice of grilling the seafood and meat on a BBQ grill atop hot coals, or cooking it mookata-style, that’ll give them the extra option of having a soup base to enjoy the meal with,’ Food blog Sethlui wrote of the experience.

The Three Peacocks in Singapore - named after the species of pretty birds that roam the area - is tucked away in Labrador Park in the southern part of the mainland, but is well worth the trek

The Three Peacocks in Singapore - named after the species of pretty birds that roam the area - is tucked away in Labrador Park in the southern part of the mainland, but is well worth the trek

The Three Peacocks in Singapore – named after the species of pretty birds that roam the area – is tucked away in Labrador Park in the southern part of the mainland, but is well worth the trek

Those who are happy to splash a little extra cash can spend $22AUD on the live Boston lobsters (pictured), which are large in size and likely to fill up even the hungriest of patrons

Those who are happy to splash a little extra cash can spend $22AUD on the live Boston lobsters (pictured), which are large in size and likely to fill up even the hungriest of patrons

There are plenty of different kinds of meat available for tasting

There are plenty of different kinds of meat available for tasting

Those who are happy to splash a little extra cash can spend $22AUD on the live Boston lobsters (left), which are large in size and likely to fill up even the hungriest of patrons

The area is home to a number of peacocks which wander around the restaurant grounds

The area is home to a number of peacocks which wander around the restaurant grounds

The area is home to a number of peacocks which wander around the restaurant grounds

There are plenty of soups and condiments like cheese available to add to each dish and free-flow bubble tea for those who enjoy the flavoursome drink.

If you’re after something alcoholic the all-you-can-eat setting runs beer bucket promotions, including five-bottle Asahi buckets for $26AUD, pints and mixers for $8.50AUD and beer towers for $62AUD.

The highlight for Wani, who writes for the Singapore-based Sethlui blog, was the seafood.

Pork lechon (pictured) is a delicious option from the cooked food menu

Pork lechon (pictured) is a delicious option from the cooked food menu

Pork lechon (pictured) is a delicious option from the cooked food menu

Bountiful oysters, prawns, mussels and shellfish are kept on ice until cooked

Bountiful oysters, prawns, mussels and shellfish are kept on ice until cooked

Bountiful oysters, prawns, mussels and shellfish are kept on ice until cooked

‘Definitely the lobsters and prawns; the flesh was springy and sweet so much so that I didn’t even need a dipping sauce,’ she wrote.

‘I could tell the seafood was fresh from the way it effortlessly tore away from the shells, and it had a subtle briny taste.’

It’s a family-friendly affair with pizza, pork lechon, spicy chicken wings, dumplings, pasta and ramen included in their ‘cooked food’ section of the cafe.

In total there are 100 different pieces and meals to choose from.

Best of all sittings are not timed and you can eat until you’re content, whether that be just for lunch or lunch into dinner.

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