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 189866

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm



What you should order at Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

You should order these at Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

Reviews at Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

Reviews of good food at Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe
Stateland's Smores Waffles w Brother bird's coconut water soft serve.

Strange combi that went surprisingly well tgt. .
Waffles could be a bit crispier and more chocolatey but the sticky gooey marshmallows did save the day. And the refreshing coconut soft serve helped to cleanse the palette. We devoured it in less than 5 minutes πŸ˜‚
#burpple #stateland #waffles #softserve

Interesting Menu

Yes for the kimchi carbonara πŸ‘ŒπŸ» but the service from the waitress was bad πŸ™„

Yay to Asian-Fusion!

Items: 1) Mentaiko Tiger Prawn Aglio Olio, 2) Korean Soy Chicken on Waffle

THIS PLACE IS MMMMM WORTH IT! Food comes with complimentary beverage at a nett price!😊 Would definitely come back again because food was tasty tasty and ambience was pretty nice! 8.5/10!

40 minutes wait (no kidding) and finally had our aglio olio drenched in mentaiko sauce.

so much tobiko roe, the in between pop inside your mouth with the mentaiko sauce was insatiable. best to share a bowl if jelakness gets to you easily but otherwise, enjoy the ultimate mentaiko treat

Hainanese Chicken Rice Risotto

Overall a good one with interesting textures and subtly different flavours, major love for the tender chicken, but the risotto got a tad heavy at the end of the meal.

Watermelon Sorbet

It was refreshing combi but got a bit "jelat" towards the end

Current obsession

1. Stole my heart cause it looks so pretty.
2. It's Roasted Black Sesame with matcha?!?!

How do you say no to that?! Utterly head over heels in love with the nutty black sesame, especially how that roasty, earthy aroma managed to come through in the dessert. The matcha cake's moist and tasty, sauce is amazing as well, and mm mmm mmmm those roasted puffed rice. It's like adding genmaicha to black sesame and matcha - how cool is that? Guys, grab this by Sunday cause it ain't gonna be around after that.

Mentaiko Aglio Olio ($20 Set Lunch)

Seen this on Burpple for awhile so I've decided to visit today. Menu is different from what's online. The $20 set lunch is available today (Sunday). Comes with coffee of choice. The coffee here is good. Good value for money. Service is really fast. Hope they turn the air con stronger though! (7.1/10)

Salmon "Pho" ($22)

I like that Stateland tries to do something different apart from the usual cafe (read: boring) stuff. Here, a generous slab of salmon is cooked to pink succulence, paired with bouncy Korean glass noodles in a yuzu-inflected broth. What surprised me was the use of fresh dill, which immediately took the flavours off the charts. Great for a light, yet immensely flavourful option.

Salted Egg Yolk Mochi

The mochi texture is really good and chewy. The salted egg yolk was nice and liquid flowing. I had the cookie butter ice cream with the mochi. The cornflakes are really good and gave extra texture to the ice cream.

πŸŽ‰ Blessed Easter!!

Here's an after-church lunch idea: @statelandcafe. Went there the other day and twas my first time trying their foods γ…‘ been there a few times only for the desserts γ…‘ and guess what? They're all SO GOOD! Like no-kidding good.

Here's what we ordered:
β€’ Korean Fried Chicken [KFC] soy sauce Waffle,
β€’ KFC Spicy sauce Waffle,
β€’ Kimchi Carbonara,
β€’ Truffle Fries,
β€’ Red Velvet Waffle [not in frame]

Pasta was creamy and nicely cooked, truffle fries just being truffle fries [read: awesome like it supposed to be], and all KFC waffles are boneless, and served with kimchi coleslaw 😍! If i am to choose one of the waffles, I'd go for the soy sauce one! So flavorful I'm salivating writing this. The red velvet waffle was quite a down-point though.

It's not my everyday meal, cos price-wise it's more on weekend budget, but will i recommended this? U kidding me? Go! Now! We're still in weekend. πŸ˜‚

Ps. Didn't realise earlier, but somehow out drinks were free. So....
🍴[listed above]
πŸ’° S$18 // S$18 // S$11 // S$18
🏠 @statelandcafe
πŸ“ 32 Bali Lane
πŸš… Bugis MRT

Yayyyy to weekends again!!

Hainanese Chicken Rice Risotto πŸ”: This dish is SO ON POINT πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’― Really tastes like chicken rice but is extra hearty and comforting in risotto form and the nice soy sauce like broth. Made perfect with crispy chicken skin and fried shallots! 😍

Mentaiko Tiger Prawn Pasta 🍀: a more ordinary dish that was well-executed. Such a generous dollop of mentaiko so the aglio olio was full of flavour with every bite 😍 Lemon made it extra refreshing and not jelat πŸ‘ŒπŸ» All mains at Stateland are at $20nett price inclusive of drinks! Got myself an Apple Pie Latte ($5.50 on its own)! Turned out pretty yums with scents of cinnamon in between sips. #burpple #dqky

Back For A Second Time

Had this and the salmon pho! Was a total hit this time. The salmon was a generous portion and the yuzu broth was so delicious we slurped it all up. Since we shared a main we had space for the marshmallow waffle. The soft serve flavour was Tokyo banana and it's not bad but I wouldn't order again. Waffle was really heavy. Will try the doughnut one next time!

For Asian Food with a Twist

A short five-minute walk from Bugis MRT Station, this industrial-chic cafe dishes out Asian-fusion bowls inspired by the owners' East Asia trip. The menu is straightforward β€” there are nine main courses available, and each comes with a complimentary drink (you're free to choose ANY drink from the drinks menu!). Prices are nett, portions are hearty and flavours are spot on, making this the perfect cafe stop if you're in the vicinity. We love the Hainanese Chicken Rice Risotto ($20) that comes with tender soy braised chicken on a bed of incredibly flavourful ginger risotto, served with a spicy sriracha chilli vinaigrette. Another winner in our books is the Mentaiko Tiger Prawn Pasta ($20) that features linguine tossed in a lightly torched mentaiko dressing. You won't want to miss out on their desserts! Be sure to ask for Brother Bird's (they share the same space) menu and get the Tokyo Banana ($14), a banana soft serve topped on their signature mochi donut that is reminiscent of a well-made hum jin pang.
Avg Price: $30 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Kelly Wong

Good morning Sundae!

β˜€οΈ Cookie Butter soft serve paired with Salted Egg Liu Sha Mochi donuts ($15) from @brotherbirdsg. #burpple

Recently at Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

People who ate here recently

Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe was added to these Lists

People who added this place to their lists