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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 26 submissions
Brunch (9 votes), After Work (6 votes), Chillout (5 votes)

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Stateland Cafe: Waffles, Sweet Treats & Many More

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Tucked along Bali Lane, Stateland is one café that's not to miss if you are around Bugis. Started by a group of young entrepreneurs about 2 years ago, Stateland Cafe has come a long way and proven itself as a worthy competitor among the café scene in that district. This vintage industrial themed café has an extensive yet concise menu that serves mains (pasta and All Day Breakfast), dessert (waffles and toast) and beverages. I ordered the S'more Waffles which had chocolate ice cream and toasted marshmallows on the dark chocolate infused waffle($14.9). To add-on the chocolatey craze, dark chocolate dark was drizzled for final touches. Basically, whatever that can be paired or filled with chocolate wasn't spared in this case. Despite of the overload of chocolate, it surprisingly wasn't jelak at all. The only fuss that I had over this waffle was its lack of crisp. It was soft and had a bit of fluff.  Generally, given the hype about Stateland Cafe, I wasn't that impressed after my visit. However, I wouldn't mind heading down again to try other flavoured waffles and their toast too! By the way, this café opens till mid night, so it's a perfect spot to chill after a long day at work!

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• 01 Aug 2015 • 237 reviews • 5 followers

Stateland Cafe: Waffles, Sweet Treats & Many More

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Full review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/stateland-cafe-waffles-sweet-treats-many-more

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Tucked along Bali Lane, Stateland is one café that's not to miss if you are around Bugis. Started by a group of young entrepreneurs about 2 years ago, Stateland Cafe has come a long way and proven itself as a worthy competitor among the café scene in that district. This vintage industrial themed café has an extensive yet concise menu that serves mains (pasta and All Day Breakfast), dessert (waffles and toast) and beverages. I ordered the S'more Waffles which had chocolate ice cream and toasted marshmallows on the dark chocolate infused waffle($14.9). To add-on the chocolatey craze, dark chocolate dark was drizzled for final touches. Basically, whatever that can be paired or filled with chocolate wasn't spared in this case. Despite of the overload of chocolate, it surprisingly wasn't jelak at all. The only fuss that I had over this waffle was its lack of crisp. It was soft and had a bit of fluff.  Generally, given the hype about Stateland Cafe, I wasn't that impressed after my visit. However, I wouldn't mind heading down again to try other flavoured waffles and their toast too! By the way, this café opens till mid night, so it's a perfect spot to chill after a long day at work!
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• 29 Mar 2015 • 16 reviews • 6 followers

i cant even begin to describe it

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Hot scorching weather and in desperate need of a caffeine laden pick me up, I decided to head here, which was the worst thing i could have possibly done. Walked on in and it was full and since there were 2 tables outside, I decided to just make do with that. there were 3 staffs on duty (2girls and a guy) and they clearly saw me walk in - it is a small place after all - and no acknowledgement whatsover. i was however greeted with a blank stare. I requested a menu and said I ll be seating outside. so the two of us waited...and waited. i figured it was probably busy so we didnt mind waiting. TILL i saw a wait staff look at us through the glass door, stare blankly at us, and proceed to use her handphone right at e entrance. by then we had already waited 15 mins and i told my partner that we are clearly not getting served and this is a S***** place, for sure... This was absolutely c*** and it made me so mad i stomped off. If you are the owner and reading this, i have no idea what your staffs are doing at work but they are certainly not doing a good job. god knows how many potential customers have walked off after being treated as "invisible" by your staff. ridiculous. never goin back! oh and for e record, we headed to e starbucks nearby. cheer
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• 21 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad service, low-quality food

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I'm writing this review from right inside the cafe. The red velvet waffle was dry. There clearly wasn't enough batter and it was clearly left in the waffle iron for too long. Not impressed. We ordered the big breakfast which was a joke. How can you call a breakfast "big" with only one strip of bacon? In any case, since we were sharing this meal, we ordered extra egg and three strips of bacon... Which they forgot to serve. To top it off, the chicken sausage was not thoroughly cooked. That's the best way to give you customers salmonella. Not worth it. There are better brunch places in this area like Artistry and The Beast.
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