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32A Bali Lane
Stateland Cafe
Singapore 189868

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

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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~$15/pax

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Always excited when there is a new flavour out at @brotherbirdsg!

This time is my favourite Japan snack - Tokyo Banana softserve!
Tasted more like Korean Banana Milk made into softserve, I kinda like it cause I like 🍌, but a little too sweet for my liking. Comes with butter cake for the Tokyo Banana cake element.
Had mine with matched with their Mochi Doughnut ($14 Nett) - more like Ham Chim Peng which I didn't fancy.

When taking chances pays off

I've never known Bird (that's what we call the owner btw) to be any less than adventurous, risk-taking, and the ultimate dreamer, and I think his latest soft serve creations clearly reflect this spirit. This Tokyo Banana soft serve was, for one, absolutely delightful. Banana soft serve's light, not overly creamy, with just enough 🍌-ness to please both nana enthusiasts and the average person. Love the itsy bitsy cubes of sweet cake, candied (I think that's what they are anyway) walnuts, and crushed pistachios, and while I'd have liked the soft serve to be a tad creamier, this lighter take pairs well with their fab mochi donut. Bird may not be pushing boundaries as monumentally as Janice Wong, but his rustic, approachable desserts are no less stunning.

When taking chances pays off

I've never known Bird (that's what we call the owner btw) to be any less than adventurous, risk-taking, and the ultimate dreamer, and I think his latest soft serve creations clearly reflect this spirit. This Tokyo Banana soft serve was, for one, absolutely delightful. Banana soft serve's light, not overly creamy, with just enough 🍌-ness to please both nana enthusiasts and the average person. Love the itsy bitsy cubes of sweet cake, candied (I think that's what they are anyway) walnuts, and crushed pistachios, and while I'd have liked the soft serve to be a tad creamier, this lighter take pairs well with their fab mochi donut. Bird may not be pushing boundaries as monumentally as Janice Wong, but his rustic, approachable desserts are no less stunning.

Tokyo Banana

BrotherBird is now serving Banana Softserve with Salted Egg Bursts — the hot and cold combi with the chewy lava mochi balls is a perfect pairing. It's quite filling but I always seem to have space for them!

Of course, their all time favorite Cookie Butter Softserve is also still available ;)

$18

Spicy Korean Chicken Waffle with kimchi slaw, spicy yangnyum sauce and mustard. I thought the sauce can be spicier in a smaller amount to retain some of the crispy texture of the fried chicken. Worth mentioning is the tender thigh meat that was definitely on point!

“Tokyo Banana” [$14]

Was pretty excited to try the new Tokyo Banana softserve that was introduced after the move of Brother Bird to under one roof with Stateland Cafe. We had ours with the Mochi Donut but you can also opt for the Salted Egg Mochi Bursts. The softserve tastes similar to the super popular Binggrae Banana Milk from Korea, but with an additional artificial sweetness which wasn’t really my thing. The variety of textures in this bowl was fun with the toppings of candied walnuts, banana crisps and squares of vanilla sponge cake, but I still prefer their Cookie Butter softserve for the overall flavour!

Cookie Butter Softserve With Salted Egg Mochi Bursts

The cafe was initially a bit hard to find (it's co-located with Stateland). Service is pretty brusque, personally. We got the Salted Egg Mocha Bursts ($15). There is a choice of two flavours this month, cookie butter and Tokyo banana, we went with cookie butter. I was pleasantly surprised how soft and creamy the soft serve was. I also really liked the lotus biscuit taste in the cookie butter which was not too overpowering. The salted egg mochi balls were average I think. The mochi balls are fun to eat and the salted egg custard flowing out when cut open is always very satisfying. But it was more custard than salted egg and I was kind of expecting a stronger salted egg flavour. Although I thought the flavours would clash, the sweetness of the salted egg custard made it work. Really enjoyed this dessert anyway and definitely will come back to try more!

Winter-melon soft serve 🍦
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My new favorite thing!

Ever since I had it in December I've been dreaming of this in my sleep and I finally had a chance to go back for it!
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It's creamy yet refreshing. Sweet yet muted. I'm kinda sad they don't give the candied wintermelon pieces any more though. At $6 a pop it's definitely a must try!
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#hungryhungrymonster #brotherbird #burpple #handsinframe

The Only Poop I Will Eat

Back again to try the avocado soft serve w mochi base ($14) looooove the subtle avocado flavour in the creamy soft serve and the warm, sweet, chewy mochi bun. Not the most balanced combo but defo good for your soul! (Or tummy)

New Softserve Flavours

Brother Bird recently unveiled two new seasonal flavours in regard to their softserve – Avocado and Wintermelon Tea.

Refreshing is the adjective that will resonate with you as you dig in to these flavours, especially the Wintermelon Tea which adopts a more icy texture than creamy. Its flavour interestingly resembles that of Yeo's Wintermelon Tea drink. Call that unoriginal if you will, but don't be too quick to knock it until you've tried it because it may win your heart…very easily. 😙 (A – 7.5/10 •• W – 8.5/10)

winter melon soft serve with mochi!!!

$15 with 3 mochi - lemon custard, cookie butter, salted egg. winter melon was kinda good! refreshing soft serve!!! wonder if they have flavors like chocolate??? cos i was looking forward to those... but they only have avocado and winter melon.

beef rice thingy

can't remember the name for this hah. the meat was pretty good but the rice was cold :( wonder if it's meant to be like this because it's my first time eating it.

Good But Too Expensive

The mochi balls were 😍 but overall I still find this too expensive. Worth a try but probably not worth returning.

Two new soft serve flavour at Brother Bird, Avocado and Wintermelon ($6 each).

The avocado has an acquired taste with a slight bitterness, rather interesting and pleasing for me. Where else, the wintermelon soft serve makes a refreshing treat. If you can't decide between them, go with the latter. 🍦#BrotherBirdSG

Stop 1.5 yesterday.

Nearly forgot about this little stop we made yesterday while we were at Bali Lane.
But the new soft serve flavour definitely isn't forgettable! Avocado with Gula Melaka! Reminds me of drinking a good avocado milkshake! Will definitely be back for this soft serve and out of the oozy mochi balls, the salted egg yolk one is still my favourite flavour.
#BrotherBirdSG #SoftServe #Avocado

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