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290 Orchard Road
#B1-42 Paragon
Singapore 238859

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10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

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The broth has a burnt after taste. Not sure if this is how their broth is.... And the cabbages used was a bit rotten edges. If u look closer, you may see it in this photo.

PARDON FOR THE PHOTO but this is a very comforting bowl of la mian. Hearing “Ramen” made me expect the rich and heavy Japanese ramen broth. Hearing “shrimp” made me expect prawn noodles. This bowl of noodles however, is the complete opposite. The broth is so light with a hint of the freshness from the prawns. The broth is z’enged by the fried cabbage that added another dimension of wokhey in the soup, I KNOW RIGHT?? Wokhey in the soup.

The trio includes prawns, dumplings & the famous ebiko prawn paste from beauty in the pot.
Their dumplings are so good that we decided to order another bowl of dumpling soup. It’s bouncy and springy, very perfect with their chilli (which I added vinegar to it!!)

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I had the prawn dumplings shrimp ramen ($13.90), and added $3.90 to upgrade it to a set which includes an appetiser (I chose bamboo shoots, which come chilled) and a drink (I chose hot green tea). You get to choose from 3 types of noodles, thick bee hoon, ramen, and hor fun noodles. The soup had a thick hearty prawn taste. I finished all of it without meaning to, and didn’t feel thirsty afterwards. There were five dumplings, each packed with ingredients, but too firm. There’s a decent portion of crunchy cabbage to that adds nutrition and textural contrast.

I have always wanted to try the Le Signature Trio Shrimp Ramen ($19.90) from Le Shrimp Ramen as I have read many good reviews on it. The ramen consists of handmade ebiko prawn paste, succulent shrimp dumplings and big prawns in a decadent and super ‘gao’ broth that is packed with prawn umami. The prawn ingredients are fresh and big, the noodles are well cooked and springy and the cabbage adds sweetness and crunch to the broth. However, the soup can get a little jelak by the end of the meal. Nonetheless, this is worth a try if you are fan of prawn and seafood!

All for 10.90 ++ 😱

The ebiko shrimp ball la mian in homemade chilli vinegar sauce , cold cucumber salad and the green tea came together as a tea set that was pretty value for money I must say.

The problem was that the noodles were so soggy till they actually reminded me of ( straight) maggi noodles . And people who eat with me Long enough will know that I don’t tolerate such standards especially if I know that the established ent ought to do much better .

I asked for my noodles to be replaced and the replacement bowl was definitely a far cry from the original bowl. The noodles now had a nice bite and tasted closer to la mian.

The shrimp balls or shrimp oblongs like you may call them were average and a little too salty .

The best part was probably the chilli vinegar sauce which went very well with the noodles .

The odd thing though was that I actually found the noodles under taste paradise’s lenu brand of noodles much much better and prices of the noodles at lenu seem to be much more reasonable too .

broth was thick and hearty, made with real shrimp paste. shrimp flavor was really strong which is great if you like shrimp. noodles and dumplings were pretty decent and complemented the broth well. pretty unique and satisfying bowl of noodles. 😊

$13.90++ | 7/10 ✨