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    Default For Killer Shrimp Fans, ..It's Back! (So. Cal)

    I used to go to the one in Studio City back in the day. Well, they just opened a huge new place in Marina Del Rey, right on Admiralty. Menu is bigger too, I just ate there once so far, and of course I had to have the Killer Shrimp, & it was just like it used to be . I'll be going there more often once the weather gets cooler, it's a great way to warm up on a cold day or night.

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    Enlighten me. I heart shrimp
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    Did you poop your stomach out????!!!!!!

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    Red Lobster endless Shrimp Festival?
    Don't argue with idiots...they will just bring you down to their level then beat you with experience!

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    Their signature dish is a spicy soup like broth that comes with a bunch of jumbo shrimp (in the skins) in it. Some people say it's kind of a Cajun style dish. You can get it with rice or pasta I think, but the best way is to just get it with bread. They give you a bunch of small sliced pieces of bread in a basket that you dunk into the soup & soak up the goodness with, & alternate with eating the shrimp. It's a pretty big portion, & fairly filling .

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    The word "killer" could be an adjective but I think the place is called "Killer Shrimp"? If so, I'll have to check it out.
    Don't argue with idiots...they will just bring you down to their level then beat you with experience!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChumpChange View Post
    The word "killer" could be an adjective but I think the place is called "Killer Shrimp"? If so, I'll have to check it out.
    Yes, that's the name of the place & of the dish

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    Hey Brian! Any Links?
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    RIP Kevin You'll forever be missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilancer View Post
    Hey Brian! Any Links?
    Here you go


    http://www.killershrimp.com

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    Might have to go check it out one day.
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