[SG EATS] STATELAND CAFÉ & BROTHER BIRD AT BALI LANE

Stateland Café located within a walking distance from Bugis MRT station is pretty well-known in social media especially to the youngsters. The café offers insta-worthy and creative rendition dishes that keep people from going back again. Stateland Café and Brother Bird are both under the same owner and I have been there quite a few times. You can read my previous visit here.

Group Photo- Zippyzipeng, Jannah & Nicholas
Group Photo

My friend, Jannah was here in Singapore few weeks ago so we decided to meet up at Stateland Café to check out their revamped menu. It was her first visit and she totally love the interior of the café and also the food here.

Here are the savoury dishes we had that night:
Chicken Rice Risotto
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This is a creative dish with a local twist in it. Who could have thought of having chicken rice risotto? We tried chicken rice ball but not western-style chicken rice. Truly my favourite dish among the rest. The chicken meats are tender and juicy and the chilli goes perfectly well with it. The risotto has the chicken rice flavour taste and tasted like chicken porridge with western infused.

Korean Chicken with Waffles
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This dish seems to be quite popular recently where some of the cafes do offer identical dish. Same same but different. In Stateland Café, they use Korean fried chicken, kimchi slaw, cinnamon waffle, peanuts and sesame. The fried chicken nicely fried with crispy outer and tender in the inside with fluffly waffle. If only, the sauce can be slightly generous.

Salmon Rice Noodles
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Huge slab of salmon with generous ebikko (roe) on top indeed a visual pleasure. Feeling healthy with this plate of goodness.

Watermelon Soft Serve with Mochi Ball
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This is my second time having watermelon soft serve and still loving it. This time round I am having it with the mochi berries ball.The mochi burst is indeed intriguing as it exploded when I cut into it.

They have Weekday lunch set S$20.00 inclusive of 1 main + 1 drink and Weekend dinner set S$25.00 inclusive of 1 main+ 1 drink. So, do your calculation and visit them with your friend to share the calories.
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Stateland Café
Address: 32 Bali Lane
Singapore 189866
Opening Hours: Wednesday – Monday 12:00PM – 10:00PM (Closed on Tuesday)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/statelandcafe/

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