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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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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Touted as a must try dish, I can see why this is a popular dish amongst the mainly Thai clientele. I found this a bit too salty and oily, more so than the usual versions served at Chinese restaurants.

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Warm Up Cafe's creamy crab omelette rice was unanimously the best dish of the day. This is one dish which you must order whenever you are there.

This deceptively simple looking dish featured lusciously smooth and creamy scrambled eggs packed with dollops of crab meat in it. I was surprised to find a rather generous amount of crab meat in the dish considering the price. The crab meat is plump and fleshy with a nice subtly sweet yet briny oceanic flavour. Paired with the tangy and addictive green chilli sauce and some rice, every mouthful was just pure bliss.

You will definitely not regret having this!


I was a little worried tbh because there was a not-so-great review of Warm Up Cafe's stir fried squid with squid but I couldn't say no to Miss K loves her salted egg sotong 😅😅😅

It was supposed to be stir fried but instead there was a thin layer of batter around each piece of squid which is coated with a thick creamy salted egg sauce. The squid itself was chewy with a nice bite. Good and definitely not as bad as feared!

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