[CLOSED] Stateland Coffeehouse

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Stateland Cafe is a vintage-industrial themed cafe, located in the heart of Singapore, along Bali Lane. Warning: opened by 3 funny guys.

32 Bali Lane
Singapore 189868

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Fortunately, this happens to be one of our favourites with the crispy exterior, chewy texture of the mochi donut with the earl grey ice cream. A perfect pairing of hot and cold.
📍Brotherbird Coffeehouse
32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189868

Finally knew why the Earl Grey Bursts with Softserve [$15] is highly recommended. The mochi balls are soooooo good. It’s a good pairing between the hot mochi balls and cold softserve. Have chosen cookie butter over taro softserve as recommended by the staff and it doesn’t disappoint! It’s a pity this is the last time I can enjoy this dessert since the cafe is closing down :/

Wanted to try the Herbal Duck Confit Risotto but was told that the cafe is not serving this dish today BUT somehow saw another diner eating it so uhh.. Anyway, decided to try the Hainanese Chicken Rice Risotto [$19] instead since it is one of the recommended dishes and it is okay lo. A unique fusion but would appreciate if there is more rice 😅

I guess food with mentaiko usually don’t go wrong (except for Genki Poached Egg Udon but that’s a different story) and this dish is no exception. The Mentaiko Aglio Olio [$19] is pretty worth it with the generous servings of prawn and the Mentaiko sauce (abit spicy) goes well with the spaghetti.

Side note: Pardon the poor photography - Photos are only taken with one shot as I don’t like my food to turn from Hot/Cold > Room temp :p

Not captured: the burst of chocolatey goodness inside the fried mochi.
This is one of the few cafes which serve up consistent good food and im glad to have a final meal here before this place closes for good end of this year. I still remember the cafe first started as part of the series of brunch cafes popping up but it stood out with the amazing yeast waffles which it continued to retain and expand further into fusion meals and a quirky desserts. Hopefully the cafe will find new form somewhere else in sg!

Mochi donut is really chewy and served hot. Soft serve was not too sweet and had good consistency. Would rather order the soft serve only at $6, and not get the mochi donut as it was quite small and not so worth.