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Thai Tantric also serves a really good deep fried pork belly with rice for $8.

The deep fried pork belly is thicc, tender and juicy and I love their shattering crisp crust. It is best paired with the spicy chilli dip served on the side which helps to cut through the grease.

If you want more deep fried pork belly, they also serve it as an a la carte dish without the rice for $14!

Located in a quiet corner of the infamous Orchard Towers, Thai Tantric is one of our favourite Thai joints and serves some of the best Thai food in Singapore.

Our must-order includes their seafood pad thai ($9). Each dish of pad thai comes topped with fish cake, squid and prawns on top of a plate of rice noodles coated in a tamarind based sauce. It is salty, nutty, sweet and savoury all-in-one without any of the individual elements overwhelming the others. Thai Tantric also does theirs slightly 'wet' but you still get a good 'helping' of wokhei. We simply love the harmonious melody of flavours in each plate of pad thai!


New brand by Saap Saap Thai! Just a kiosk beside Saap Saap Thai at IMM, selling Ice Blended Thai Milk Tea! Can choose to not add extra sugar, or less sugar. They are using stevia! Very good drink for the hot weather! Add an ice cream float for the yum indulgence 😱

Went to Go-Ang Pratunam recently and ordered a serving of Roasted Chicken Rice ($4.50), ABC Soup ($6.50), and Sambal Kang Kong ($6)!😇

Overall ratings 8/10! Felt that the food was good but not as good as when I first tried it 2 years back (not sure if its just me)😅 Highly recommend the sambal kangkong though its really good!

@warmupcafe_sg name is a bit ironic as it’s pretty cold inside, but they do bring that Thai heat to warm your belly up. They have all the Thai classics like basil chicken, pineapple fried rice and Pad Thai, but the Creamy Crab Omelette Rice ($13++) called to me the loudest that day. The crab omelette isn’t quite an omelette, but more like scrambled eggs with all those runny, eggy curds burying the rice.⠀

A dollop of crabmeat atop the omelette and a green chili based sauce on the side complete this comforting looking dish. Truth be told, although the runny, silky egg curds were texturally terrific, it was a tad bland. However, that’s the cue for the green chili sauce in the little fish shaped plate to shine. It perfectly embodies Thai flavours: spicy, sour, salty and slightly sweet. ⠀

The subtle spice enlivened the crab omelette, while the sourness was so shiok it compels you pour the sauce all over the omelette rice and give it a good mix. The salinity of the sauce makes up for the lack of it in the omelette, and if I had to guess I’d say the green chilies were mixed with fish sauce & some vinegar. The Creamy Crab Omelette Rice was simply scrumptious thanks mostly to that absolutely GOAT-ed chili sauce. Warm Up Café’s green chili sauce goes straight into my list of ‘sauces so stellar, they should be bottled & sold’.


Well-balanced coffee and milk ratio; not bitter or acidic..

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Prawn & crab meat patty with medley of spices, lightly breaded & deep-fried to crispy; with a slice of sourdough which is crispy outside & fluffy inside; topped with scrambled egg; love the yuzu infused hollandaise sauce which is creamy yet refreshing on tastebud; with fresh baby spinach at the side..


Japanese rice is crispy & dry but slightly tough; topped with sliced avocado; tuna is half-seared to perfection; love the pickled ginger which complement the tuna well; with siracha aioli & wasabi cream puree; love the wasabi cream puree which tasted light & not overpowering the tastes of other ingredients; sweet potatoes fries are crispy & not greasy; worth a try..

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love the omelette with prawns!!! and the honey chicken and kang kong. food items were all reasonably priced. the sweet sour fish which was around $15 was a bit disappointing as it was rather tough to bite into.

🇹🇭Authentic Creamy Crab Omelette Rice found at @baankanomthai.sg , relocated from Golden Mile to Arc380✨

💡: 1 for 1 using @entertainersg 💗 authentic thai food by thai owners 👍
📍: ARC380, 380 Jln Besar, #01-15, 209000
💰: ~$10-20+

💯Creamy Crab Omelette Rice ($12)
It’s like Japanese omu rice 😝 The fried rice has a smokey wok hey fragrance and there are decent amount of chunky crab meat inside 🦀✨ for the price is pretty good✨
💯 Grilled Chicken Wings ($10 for 6pcs)
It’s served hot and fresh 🔥 they seasoned it with thai spices ✨ liked it very much.
💯 Thai Style Kang Kong ($8)
kang kong is my forever vegetable love 🥗💗 this is pretty spicy 🌶️ beware haha!

overrall, good lunch spot for your thai cravings! They also have their specialities thai pancakes and pudding which are packed with natural pandan 👍 not bad but really strong flavored.

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Their menu can be difficult to decide, so I anyhow ordered haha. It's okay lor, can eat lah.