Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 12:30
Situated near the seaside, Labrador Seafood restaurant is a local restaurant that is fusion of both Chinese and Western seafood cuisines. Adorn with an elegant atmosphere at night that is accompanied by fresh air, cool and pleasant ocean breeze; and also a sky that is filled with stars.
I decided to try out this away place after reading both good and bad online reviews. This place is certainly out of the way, right inside Labrador Park but parking is FREE. Doesn't feel like it's in Spore.
Four of us, we tried the salted egg crabs, BBQ stingray, sambal kang kong, BBQ chicken thigh and mee goreng. They were all actually quite authentic considering that this looks like quite a far-out bohemian place, especially for the crabs and mee goreng. Much better than other outside restaurants. The whole atmosphere was rather surreal as the service is quaint but sincere. All sorts of customers were seen - foreigners, park goers, families, corporate and many couples.
For us, we'll definitely come back again for it is a hidden treasure just a stone's throw away from the city and the crabs were really delicious plus the simple mee goreng and kang kong stuff.
This is honestly the most clueless place I have ever seen.
The staff have no idea what they are doing.
I saw 3 staff in front of me serve one dish and not see me wave.
The truffle fries we ordered did not even have a hint of truffle.
The seafood was tasteless and not fresh.
I ordered 12 sticks of satay only to get 6.
We came here simply after our child played in the park and it was a HUGE mistake. In fact, I will share this with everyone on facebook I know as this place is so bad it should not exist.
It is a real pity as the location is quite nice.
But whoever who is renting this location to the owner, if u are please stop. This place is an insult to the food scene and if the owner has any pride in their food. They should either get better or quit
Short-order dishes are the noodles, rice that take a very short time to prepare. There is usually a separate chef/cook that prepares this.
Food: We ordered a fried grouper that was good but not memorable, romaine lettuce which was tasty but could have more depth of taste. The highlight were the short-order dishes: mee goreng was tasty without being hot, good sauces that went into the noodles; seafood hor fun that had good "wok hei", fried rice, however was average tasting.
Value: Pricey place to eat - too many foreigners know this place so they've adjusted the prices up !
Service: PRC staff, halting English, better with Mandarin.
Ambience: It's a converted port-facility shed turned into restaurant, a bit rough at the edges but functions well. Airconditioning needs re-tuning, entrance curtains could be replaced by a working door to keep the cold in.