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11:00am - 03:00am

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An absolute favourite at the table, Warm Up Cafe’s Creamy Crab Omelette was a solid 10 out of 10! Living up to all the positive reviews, the lusciously smooth curds were perfectly seasoned. The sweetness of the chunky crab meat generously studded within the brilliantly tender egg blanket also added a wonderful flavour of crustacean into the mix. Ideal with a simple bowl of steaming rice~

@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’.


The boat noodles were also decent! I enjoyed the rich herbal sweetness of the broth, more GAO than most boat noodles I have tried. Quite a substantial portion of braised pork, but the thick-cut pork belly reminded me of 东波肉 so it may be a bit too fatty or jelat for some people (like myself).

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Although the prawns were fresh and huge, I found the Glass Noodles with Tiger Prawn to be lacking in wok hei. The boat noodles are definitely a better carb option!

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The Spicy Grilled Pork Jowl won me over with the marbling on the thick slices. The spicy and tangy dip helped cut through the fatty parts of the meat, so you can probably indulge in a few more pieces.

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Our unanimous favourite was the Creamy Crab Omelette. THIS. WAS. AMAZING. *chef's kiss* These soft, creamy curds are packed with crustacean sweetness and buttery flavour, with chunky crab meat generously strewn within. It's definitely something I would order again with rice on my return visit!

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