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Dinner At Le Shrimp Paragon, Singapore

AFTER SETTLING IN OUR HOTEL FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS, it was time for our dinner.  From the hotel, we took a two stop bus to Orchard Road, Paragon... We walked quite a bit, I really did not mind... I love walking and it is good in a way cos it is time to get ready to fill in goodies in my tummy!  LOL... 

Le Shrimp under Paradise group in Paragon..... upon entering the place, I could smell the sweet aroma of the soup and I couldn't wait to dig into the big bowl of noodles!

Generous with their soup.... 
Ramen with two shrimps besides other condiments....
Wanton and fish paste... 
Spring rolls as side dish....
Greens to balance up the meal...
Enough for the 4 of us....
I couldn't possibly finish one bowl by myself...
That is for sure....
No matter how hungry I was then...
Yes, the Le Shrimp noodles was very good...
I would love to eat this again some day....
One bowl cost around $20...
OK, don't convert...
though naturally we tend to do so....
LOL....

Comments

  1. Food looks good but like you, I also cannot eat all the noodles in one bowl by myself. So nice to walk around orchard road.

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  2. Take a bus and your hotel is in Orchard Road? We used to walk or take the MRT underground, very convenient. SGD20 for 2 prawns is a bit too pricey, even without conversion but that's Singapore. Here, Payung estimates RM3 per prawn that size...but never mind! When on holiday, just enjoy! It's only money!!!

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  3. I don't mind the walk too. Can see see look look. Yummy dinner, everything looked delicious.

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  4. The meal looks lovely, and such huge portions!

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  5. The name Le Shrimp sounds so high class hah..hah... I have no problem finishing that bowl of noodles. Some more can sapu the spring rolls.

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