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Chinese🍲🥟

Includes a diverse range of Chinese food - 饭,面,饺子 & many more!🍚🍜🥟 Ratings take into consideration price of the dish, quality of the dish, and overall service and ambience of the location if applicable!🌟
Jaslyn T.
Jaslyn T.

Handmade ebiko prawn paste, succulent prawn dumplings and fresh big prawns with the option of 3 different noodle types.

Prior to this, I had not tried Le Shrimp Ramen. However, I have walked past it a couple of times, checked their menu out online, scoured through pictures on instagram, and man — I always wonder how can I crave something without having tried it before. In a bid to satisfy my craving, I went to Le Shrimp Ramen's outlet at Terminal 3, where I tried their Le Shrimp Signature Trio Shrimp Ramen. The handmade ebiko prawn paste was a delight, juicy yet firm at the same time. The prawn dumplings were huge and juicy, stuffed with filling. The prawns (unfortunately, not deshelled) were freshy and plump, and while shelled, gave that juiciness when you suck the head, if you suck the head. Chinese ramen noodles I opted for had texture was that was decent, and was a good pairing with the broth. The broth, the champion of the meal, was delectable. I loved how you can definitely taste the prawn stock, yet, the texture of the broth was slightly thicker than your usual prawn soup outside, matching the one's expectation of a ramen-like broth here. There was a flavourful sweetness to the soup as well, which I enjoyed. I desired a spicier kick in the soup, so I asked for chilli padi to see how it would've been if added. Sadly, they do not serve chilli padi there. I would have appreciated that option though. Nonetheless, it was a delicious bowl of prawn ramen — do manage price expectations because it is definitely fashioned as a more 'atas' prawn noodles, and has apparent differences especially with respect to the broth.

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I enjoyed the prawn dumplings for what they were as they were huge and juicy in the sauce but I did feel like the sauce could do with a spicier kick,because it really was not spicy. I liked the vinegar nodes to the sauce nonetheless.

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Unfortunately not as good as I was hoping for it to taste. The bun was a thick, hard and tough to bite. I was hoping for it to be crispy and lighter to eat. Floss and egg was exactly what you'd expect. Would go for a simple floss bun from your neighbourhood bakery any day.

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Thinly spring onion cake with textures a bit similar to your frozen prata. Nonetheless, it was crispy with hints of spring onion flavour, adding a good crunch to the fried egg that came with it. However, I was not sure how all of this came together. The flavours and components of this were very segmented.

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Pretty impressed with the sweet and slightly spicy sauce on the oyster omelette. However, it was pretty thin for the price, evidently fried with very little egg and just more starch. Quite a generous portion of oysters though.

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My first reaction to the price was like huh? $4? But the portion and quality did it justice. On top of being worth its price for the portion, the chee cheong fun itself was smooth, allowing you to slurp up every bite. The char siew made the chee cheong fun on the slightly sweeter side, but the savoury light sauce did help to kick in a bit of saltiness.

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A selection of Yong Tau Foo together with 2 of their signature meat noodles cost $17.30. I enjoy my soupy Hakka YTF, but when I am craving some sauced0up goodness, I will always come back here. I absolutely love Fulin for their noodles. Simmered in a mushroom broth with minced chicken meat, the noodles here have great qq texture and taste extremely savoury. The YTF will also be doused in their famous brown sauce, which I personally can't get enough of.

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Flavours here can definitely afford to be stronger. XO sauce was a tad bit too light for the noodles. Adding the side of chilli really helps to give more flavour to it. King prawns were fresh and plump, and for some reason I especially enjoyed the side of soup that comes with this plate of noodles. The soup was extremely tasty with a slight peppery taste, very comforting!

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This was my favorite! The fish soup was smooth, slightly milky and tasty. There was a light peppery kick in the soup which really enhanced jts flavour. Each wanton was filled with a juicy and plump prawn. A generous number in the soup as well. There is a version of this that is served with noodles — would definitely try it the next time I patronise Tsui Wah.

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Came with the set meal but ala carte price is as stated.
This bowl of soup — carrot and potato soup was sooo comforting! It strikes one as a very cozy, home-cooked bowl of soup because it was very light and appetising.

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Inclusive of Chinese Soup of the day and HK-Style Drink

神之叉烧蛋炒饭
Ala carte ($10.50)

I thought this dish was very well done. The egg fried rice was fragrant and very tasty despite looking plain, and there was flavourful wok hei taste to it. The scrambled egg went very well with the fried rice, and unlike most fried rice you'd get elsewhere, the scrambled egg here is place atop of the rice, instead of being mixed into it in shredded pieces. The rice was also not oily at all. I liked the char siew as well. It was lean and sweet because of the honey. I thought the three seemingly simple elements of this dish — char siew, egg and rice all came together very well.

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The ginseng herbal chicken soup has a thick, authentic broth which I recommend sharing. This is especially because the soup composition gets thicker and sweeter as you drink it. Furthermore, you get to refill the soup a maximum of one time, which is still pretty worth it as the portion is good for sharing. I was hoping for the texture to be thinner and for it to be less sweet, but if you prefer a thick sweetness, then this would be good for you. The portion of chicken inside was decent as well. I personally would not come back here for my ginseng herbal chicken fix, but I would definitely come back for their other soups — particularly the ones brewed with pork ribs.

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