1 Harbourfront Walk
#B2-25 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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Sunday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

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can’t rmb the exact price but around there. very huge prawns !! but overcooked. texture was off because it was too tough and chewy. sad because can tell they were probably fresh. and pretty huge too. prawn balls though, we’re pretty fire with explosions of ebiko bursting into your mouth. shrimp dumplings also had a whole chunk of prawn in there. good stuff. prawn broth SUPER flavourful but to the extent of being jelak. good thing i never finish my soup anyways.

This is prob the only dish I order fr lenu / le shrimp.

Guess they are famous for their shrimp dumplings but their pork ribs are so tender and braised in a sauce that I really like so yups, can’t give this dish up

Weekday Tea Time (1 main + 1 appetizer + 1 drink) from 3pm-5pm.

I got their Ebiko Prawn Paste with Chili Vinaigrette Ramen + Chilled Crunchy Cucumber + Taiwan Soya Bean Milk.

For your mains you can choose thick vermicelli, Chinese ramen or rice noodle (Kueh teow). Obviously this being a ramen shop I ordered the Chinese ramen. The Ebiko Prawn Paste with Chili Vinaigrette Ramen was really delicious. The Ebiko Prawn Paste had chunks of prawn and had a firm bouncy texture. The chili vinaigrette was really good. Numb-ing, acidic, slightly spicy and just the right savoury-ness. Every bite just gives you this numb-ing sensation which I really like. The ramen was good too, cooked till Al-dente. The shredded cucumber on the ramen also helps a little with the numb-ing heat of the ramen. There's also the addition of fried crunchy minced garlic and a spoonful of chopped spring onion placed on top of the noodles.

Chilled Crunchy Cucumber was on the salty side. But nevertheless is was good. Chilled, tasty and refreshing.

Soya bean milk was quite good. It's less sweeter compared to most brand. Good for those who are conscious about their sugar intake.

My friend also had the Le Signature Trio Shrimp Ramen and Braised Beancurd in Tonkotsu Sauce for his set.

I didn't try the ramen but he said that it was good. The broth of the ramen was good but could be more flavourful.

Braised Beancurd in Tonkotsu Sauce was quite bland. Small cubes of Beancurds soaked in a hot Tonkotsu Sauce. The Tonkotsu sauce was watery and mildly flavoured. The beancurd doesn't really soak up the flavour of the broth so it taste quite bland. You would have to eat the beancurd with a scoop of the broth if you would want it more flavourful.

Overall I really like my ramen as it tasted quite similar to Mala Hotpot which I like but with the addition of vinegar. Also the portion was very filling for me. Do note that if you can't really handle the numb sensation I would advise you not to choose this as the more you eat the more numb-ing it becomes.

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This time I went for the dry version, with their spicy chilli vinaigrette ramen and some ebiko prawn paste.

I like the spicy sauce which mixed well with the ramen. $13.50++

To add some green to your meal, go for their Kang Kong which enough for 2 persons to share. $4.90++

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By adding $3.40++, you could make it a set meal with any main dish you order.

The set comes with a appetiser and drink. For something cold, you can go for this which served in chilled. Topped with a century egg.

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