110 Mackenzie Road
Singapore 228708

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12:00pm - 04:00am

12:00pm - 04:00am

12:00pm - 04:00am

12:00pm - 04:00am

12:00pm - 04:00am

12:00pm - 04:00am

12:00pm - 04:00am

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Went to Warm Up Cafe and ordered a Basil Pork Rice, Pad Thai, Garlic Pork Rice, Boat Noodles (Small), Clear Tomyum Soup, Green Milk Teas, and Thai Milk Tea ($66.90 after gst and svc charge)!😇 Overall ratings 7/10! Mains was decent, but Green Milk Tea was a bit too sweet, and the Boat Noodles soup base was a bit too strong🥲 Might head back again to try other mains next time tho😁

Most reviews of Warm Up Cafe focus on their Thai boat noodles. However, we are bigger fans of their tomyum tiger prawn noodles.

My only complaint is that the portion is a little too small. The rice noodles topped with squid, mussel and a larger tiger prawn in a bright and vibrant broth, is nicely presented in a coconut shell bowl.

Besides being a visual spectacle, the tomyum broth was creamy, rich and tangy with fragrant aromatics. It can be a tad too spicy at times but we never fail to enjoy it!


Have been here more than once, first time seeing the new chinese server with tattoo. He was rude, he was the one taking our order but when we requested to change table due us ordering alot,( mokata set taking alot of space- 5 of us cant fit one table ) he said "why don't say earlier" and give us the not happy face. Putting food down like throwing food in a dog bowl. you're the one taking our order shouldn't you know since you are the one working here too.

Would not recommend coming here, the food standard has dropped too, not sure if it's because of the mood he set.

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The chicken here is pretty average. It isn’t the most tender or tasty but still pretty good as a snack, and made yummy with the Thai chilli.

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The small portion here is the real version of the boat noodle, served as a bite sized portion for ease of handing it over from the boats that traverse the Thai canals. You’ll need at least five of these to make a main, but it’s great for sampling what they have to offer here without worrying about being overloaded with carbs.

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The pork was great. Fried until crispy and fragrant but hardly oily at all. This went superbly with the Thai chilled sauce. Went great with the heneiken bucket.

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