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32A Bali Lane
Stateland Cafe
Singapore 189868

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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It’s back on the menu for the month of December, along with a specific tea flavour on a weekly rotational basis! ✨ Swipe to the end to view their weekly offerings for the tea flavours. For this week, black beauty tea 黑美人 is available till 11/12. Hopefully one would become 美 (beautiful) after having it? 😉 Served along with salted cornflakes and black sesame pearls, the softserve was smooth but a tad icy for my liking. The black beauty tea had a lingering and distinct tannic flavour that comes as a fragrant, aromatic experience to tea lovers.l (and I m glad to be one 🙆🏻‍♀️). The salted cornflakes, besides contributing to a pleasant crunch factor, also provided yet another dimension of flavour, with its subtle saltiness. The black sesame pearls (hidden below the softserve, swipe twice to view) was chewy with a surprisingly distinct roasted flavour. Not a black sesame fan hence I wont be able to provide a good judgement for this, but the characteristic roasted flavour was distinct IMO. Perhaps not for the hardcore black sesame fans though .
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#burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice

By default it comes with azuki beans and cornflake crunch which I requested for a swap to the matcha sponge and almond crunch that’s supposedly served with the matcha sponge. I m glad to have made this decision as the almond crunch here are leggit one of the best I’ve ever had, even though I m not one that fancy almonds in general. The matcha sponge was soft, fluffy but pretty mild in surprise, which hit me by no surprise actually 😅. The houjicha softserve, on the downside, was a tad too icy for my liking, without the creamy consistency I would usually prefer for a softserve. That being said, the characteristic roasted flavour was only distinct in the first few mouthful which subsided almost instantly, tantamount to a cereal milk flavour thereafter. Would have been great if the flavour was more intense and lingering☹️. .
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Have been an avid fan of their salted egg yolk mochi bursts for a while now and am always on the lookout for the monthly flavour changes (earl grey and taro milk tea this time) always been a lover of earl grey flavoured ice cream/soft serve but when my fav place to get it closed down I’ve since not had it till now, and let me tell you this is THE best earl grey flavoured dessert I’ve ever tasted - not to heavy/bitter and makes you want to keep going back for more. Perfectly complimented the mochi bursts as they were warm and chewy. Highly recommend to everyone seeking out a new dessert in sg other than the usual waffle with ice cream combo!

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Moon Cake, you’ve been missed ~
Looking forward to try the Earl Grey Milk Tea flavour soon 😍

As an anti-durian consumer, I chose the former to be paired with the salted egg mochi balls. Served with white chocolate crunch, the softserve is essentially a lotus flavoured one, with a characteristic sweetness and a soft, creamy and smooth melt-in-the mouth texture. Literally felt as if I was having mooncakes in a deconstructed form when the burst salted egg yolk revealed itself with a slight explosion from the charcoal mochi balls. Salted egg, lotus, what’s just missing is the pastry crust... with the mochi balls as a substitute? Sure, why not! Served hot, the mochi balls were soft and chewy and filled generously with creamy, luscious salted egg yolk fillings that had a subtle lingering salty aftertaste. Would have preferred if the salted egg yolk was slightly more salty as the custard-like sweetness got me into a sugar coma when paired with another sweet element- lotus softserve. The white chocolate crunch resembled Rice Krispies which added a pleasant crunch factor to the softserve. (PS: Mooncake and durian softserve are only available for a limited time. Do catch these seasonal flavours before they are gone!) In the meantime, I m guessing the next rotational flavour would be Halloween-themed? 🤔
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#burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice

They truly never fail to delight with their unique and innovative flavours ☺️ Mooncake soft serve (S$6) atop a toffee nut waffle (S$15 in total) really served to brighten my gloomy mood on a rainy day 🌧 Loved the sweetness from the bananas and drizzle as well as the added crunch from the almonds 😙 Didn’t get to try the durian one but I guess that’s an excuse to go back again 🙇🏻‍♀️

But the one which I gave an exception was the Mooncake Softserve made from white lotus paste.
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Imo lighter on the taste buds and felt less jerlat compared to a regular mooncake.
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The other accompanying flavor was Durian Softserve which I can't help but shun, however @cassakating & @thechoyalicious gave their thumbs up.

Badly missing this flavor they launched months back. Drizzled with rose scented white chocolate and seed shaped almonds, this made me forget about diet. 😂

#handsinframe #foodinhands #myhungryhead

Yet another round of softserves that has me craving for more. In line with Midautumn Festival (wooo my favourite time of the year!), Brother Bird's latest flavours are their D24 Durian and Mooncake. No I didn't say that wrong; it's a mooncake softserve. A light yet distinctive lotus base, that goes perfectly with their salted egg mochi donut bursts. Quite possibly the best deconstructed mooncake I've had. My picture of that sucks so you're gonna have to settle for the D24 instead, which honestly is a fab option too. Not too sweet, with globs of durian flesh and it's characteristic bitterness cutting through the dessert.

This month's soft serve at @brotherbirdsg is the Durian (pictured) and Lotus Soft Serve. I'm a fan of durian-anything and while the durian flavor wasn't that strong in the soft serve itself, be sure to pay attention to the D24 pulp that is laced around the rims with the coconut crunch.

Guess the highlight of this dish was none other than the mochi donut itself! Drizzled with warm chocolate sauce, the mochi was addictively chewy. & your spoon simply go to and fro from the mochi to the Horlicks soft serve that was a little milky and flavored with Horlicks. Soft serve was able to hold it there for a good amount of time before it melts at an accelerating speed.

- Horlicks Milo Dinosaur Soft Serve (💵S$7) 🍦

ACAMASEATS & TIPS💮: Faint hints of Horlicks linger throughout the Soft Serve with Chocolate Crumble & Nuts on the rim. Apparently there's a molten lava full of Milo sauce hidden beneath, Beauty (or Deliciousness) is truly Skin (Soft Serve) Deep. 🤤
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This flavour Horlicks Milo Dinosaur & the Sirap Limau (Bandung Rose flavour) are only available for this week. Rekindling with your Childhood taste that only can be found in Kopitiam Drink Stalls to this modern rendition is just toying with your feelings (a good way I mean) 🔖
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I liked how unpretentiously local its taste is - one spoonful of it is enough to cue you to think of Bandung. Add a squeeze of the lime piece and prepare to colour your palette with its sharp tartness. This effectively cuts the sweetness which can get overbearing especially with rose-flavoured sweets.

I liked it better than the Horlicks Dinosaur flavour, albeit marginally. I'm gonna take a gander and say that it's because the sirap limau is a drink that Malay people like myself have grown up closely with. I think it made me a little nostalgic as well, as it made me think to the times I used to visit my relatives in the kampungs of Malaysia. Sigh. But anyway, overall verdict - this was pretty good! I can 100 percent see myself having this on the go. 😛 (7.9/10)

A pretty satisfying dessert I'd say. I recall the Horlicks taste being nicely understated, which is more appreciated than they'll ever know. It comes with Milo sauce extended over the donut - aptly done as the warmness of the sauce feels familiar and somewhat traditional to a warm cup of Milo.

It's also interesting to me that the two are paired up as I've always thought of Milo and Horlicks as two clashing drinks - you either liked one or the other. Maybe it's just me, but whatever it is - kudos to Brother Bird for meshing them well! (7.8/10)

Major sore throat that's been going on for a week, but that's not gonna stop me from coming for their August special flavours — Syrup Limau and Horlicks Dinosaur. The first's basically a rose syrup and lime juice kopitiam drink now soft serve-ified. Just in case the colour's not enough of a persuasion to order it, it's actually really yummy with the rose fragrance hitting you strong while still staying pleasant. I'd say it's more akin to bandung than syrup limau, but hey no complaints there. Imma huge fan of malt though so not gonna deny that my favourite's the Horlicks Dinosaur. The familiar creaminess and maltiness of our childhood drink comes on strong enough to please hardcore fans like me, without being too intense and overpowering. And with that drizzle of milo sauce and crunch? C'est parfait.

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