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Stateland Cafe

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Address: 30 Bali Lane, 189866
Stateland Cafe is a vintage-industrial themed cafe, located in the heart of Singapore, along Bali Lane serving European cuisine at its best.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 00:00

Sun: 10:00 - 18:00

Closed: Tue

+65 92964997
$18 based on 29 submissions
Brunch (9 votes), After Work (7 votes), Chillout (7 votes)

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Good flavours, bad waffles

Whoever who claims that the waffles here are good must be referring to the combination of toppings/ flavours, because the texture of waffles leaves very much to be desired.
 
 I couldn't tell that these were meant to be Belgian waffles at all - a proper Belgian waffle would consist of a nice, crisp exterior and a soft, eggy interior. While not the toughest waffles I've eaten, the waffle by itself is bland and a little hard.
 
 That being said, plating is beautiful and the combination of flavours marvellous. I enjoyed the S'more waffle with melted marshmallow and speculoos biscuit, topped with a lovely dark chocolate sorbet which was unquestionably the star of the dish. The sorbet provided much needed moisture to the waffle, softening it up and melding the flavours of marshmallow, biscuit and crisp cocoa waffle base together.
 
 Come here if you enjoy a nice hideout from the hordes of tourists swarming Haji Lane. Currently, Stateland is home to Brother Bird as well, which serves nice (but not excellent) soft serve on rice donuts. Convenient if you want to sample desserts from the two different franchises in one place.

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• 16 Jan 2016 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Good flavours, bad waffles

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Whoever who claims that the waffles here are good must be referring to the combination of toppings/ flavours, because the texture of waffles leaves very much to be desired.
 
 I couldn't tell that these were meant to be Belgian waffles at all - a proper Belgian waffle would consist of a nice, crisp exterior and a soft, eggy interior. While not the toughest waffles I've eaten, the waffle by itself is bland and a little hard.
 
 That being said, plating is beautiful and the combination of flavours marvellous. I enjoyed the S'more waffle with melted marshmallow and speculoos biscuit, topped with a lovely dark chocolate sorbet which was unquestionably the star of the dish. The sorbet provided much needed moisture to the waffle, softening it up and melding the flavours of marshmallow, biscuit and crisp cocoa waffle base together.
 
 Come here if you enjoy a nice hideout from the hordes of tourists swarming Haji Lane. Currently, Stateland is home to Brother Bird as well, which serves nice (but not excellent) soft serve on rice donuts. Convenient if you want to sample desserts from the two different franchises in one place.
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• 16 Jan 2016 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Good flavours, bad waffles

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Whoever who claims that the waffles here are good must be referring to the combination of toppings/ flavours, because the texture of waffles leaves very much to be desired.
 
 I couldn't tell that these were meant to be Belgian waffles at all - a proper Belgian waffle would consist of a nice, crisp exterior and a soft, eggy interior. While not the toughest waffles I've eaten, the waffle by itself is bland and a little hard.
 
 That being said, plating is beautiful and the combination of flavours marvellous. I enjoyed the S'more waffle with melted marshmallow and speculoos biscuit, topped with a lovely dark chocolate sorbet which was unquestionably the star of the dish. The sorbet provided much needed moisture to the waffle, softening it up and melding the flavours of marshmallow, biscuit and crisp cocoa waffle base together.
 
 Come here if you enjoy a nice hideout from the hordes of tourists swarming Haji Lane. Currently, Stateland is home to Brother Bird as well, which serves nice (but not excellent) soft serve on rice donuts. Convenient if you want to sample desserts from the two different franchises in one place.
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• 29 Nov 2015 • 56 reviews • 0 follower

Standard has dropped drastically

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A more comprehensive review can be found at SWEET ADDICTIONS!

I had different experiences going to Stateland Cafe twice.

Back in 2014, my sister, her boyfriend, my cousin and I were very impressed by the Red Velvet Waffles and Classic Honey Toast served there. We also enjoyed the cozy ambiance filled with comfy couches and fun plushies to play with.

However, when I went back with my close friend three months back, we totally decided not to come back to this cafe again. The taste of the S'mores Yeasted Waffles and Matcha Honey Toast were to overwhelming and dry for us and we could not finish it. It was too much for us to bear. We wished we did not pay SGD$14.90 each for it. The only saving grace was the sweet server who gave me a complimentary scoop of matcha ice-cream as I requested for it since the original scoop was melting quickly on top of the warm toast.
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