Inspired by the flavours of Japanese ramen broth and silky threads of Chinese la mian, Le Shrimp Ramen is a perfect marriage of Chinese and Japanese culture, offering a simple menu of elaborate flavours. Expect bowls of noodles that seek to delight and surprise. Featuring two specialty broths – shrimp broth and tonkotsu broth, each has its own dedicated followers. The tonkotsu broth achieves a rich and creamy texture after long hours of simmering with pork bones, resulting in a collagen-rich and palatable soup. Prawn aficionados cannot resist our shrimp broth, featuring the flawless union of fresh sea prawns, pork bones and Chinese spices, giving the broth a delightful tangerine-orange hue. Le Shrimp Ramen dishes out bowls of freshly prepared piping hot noodles with premium quality ingredients in exciting flavours. A first of its kind creation bringing together the best of both worlds. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Signature Trio Shrimp Ramen Red Garoupa with Pickled Vegetable Tonkotsu Ramen Big Prawn & Braised Pork Ribs Shrimp Ramen Ebiko Prawn Paste with Chiili Vinaigrette Ramen Prawn Dumplings Tonkotsu Ramen
Review (1)
Level2 2019-06-07
As I mentioned in my other reviews, I am slowly switching from another F&B group to this Paradise group as I found their food is much better.  I didn't know they have shrimp noodle, and I find this 'innovative' as each country has its own special noodle soup base (Japan - Shoyu, Miso, Tonkotsu; Taiwan is beef) and then for shrimp - it is mostly from China Canton (for wanton noodle) and Malay/Singapore (the prawn mee).Well, also I am not one amateur foodie but mostly respecting Japanese food philosophy which one restaurant should only limit their menu to a few of their expertise items.  Le Shrimp Ramen focuses on shrimp soup noodle, and I must say, their soup is warranted with the signature.  In general, I will classify them as Taiwanese restaurant since they service like fried chicken steak rice, marinated tofu etc. (But Taiwanese noodle do not have shrimp soup though).  Also, a lot of the items are imported from Taiwan (e.g. soy bean milk, fruit vinegar).  All the food, in general, is good, and in specific the shrimp soup is a must-try.Last on service, nothing wrong, good, polite, but when I was ordering I told the waitress to give me only one glass with ice and the other without.  She just still gave me two glasses with ice.  This was actually very common in Singapore that waiter/waitress politely nodded to you but just ignoring your message 1 minute later.   continue reading
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