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32A Bali Lane
Stateland Cafe
Singapore 189868

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Yet another round of softserves that has me craving for more. In line with Midautumn Festival (wooo my favourite time of the year!), Brother Bird's latest flavours are their D24 Durian and Mooncake. No I didn't say that wrong; it's a mooncake softserve. A light yet distinctive lotus base, that goes perfectly with their salted egg mochi donut bursts. Quite possibly the best deconstructed mooncake I've had. My picture of that sucks so you're gonna have to settle for the D24 instead, which honestly is a fab option too. Not too sweet, with globs of durian flesh and it's characteristic bitterness cutting through the dessert.

- Horlicks Milo Dinosaur Soft Serve (๐Ÿ’ตS$7) ๐Ÿฆ
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ACAMASEATS & TIPS๐Ÿ’ฎ: Faint hints of Horlicks linger throughout the Soft Serve with Chocolate Crumble & Nuts on the rim. Apparently there's a molten lava full of Milo sauce hidden beneath, Beauty (or Deliciousness) is truly Skin (Soft Serve) Deep. ๐Ÿคค
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This flavour Horlicks Milo Dinosaur & the Sirap Limau (Bandung Rose flavour) are only available for this week. Rekindling with your Childhood taste that only can be found in Kopitiam Drink Stalls to this modern rendition is just toying with your feelings (a good way I mean) ๐Ÿ”–
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I liked how unpretentiously local its taste is - one spoonful of it is enough to cue you to think of Bandung. Add a squeeze of the lime piece and prepare to colour your palette with its sharp tartness. This effectively cuts the sweetness which can get overbearing especially with rose-flavoured sweets.

I liked it better than the Horlicks Dinosaur flavour, albeit marginally. I'm gonna take a gander and say that it's because the sirap limau is a drink that Malay people like myself have grown up closely with. I think it made me a little nostalgic as well, as it made me think to the times I used to visit my relatives in the kampungs of Malaysia. Sigh. But anyway, overall verdict - this was pretty good! I can 100 percent see myself having this on the go. ๐Ÿ˜› (7.9/10)

A pretty satisfying dessert I'd say. I recall the Horlicks taste being nicely understated, which is more appreciated than they'll ever know. It comes with Milo sauce extended over the donut - aptly done as the warmness of the sauce feels familiar and somewhat traditional to a warm cup of Milo.

It's also interesting to me that the two are paired up as I've always thought of Milo and Horlicks as two clashing drinks - you either liked one or the other. Maybe it's just me, but whatever it is - kudos to Brother Bird for meshing them well! (7.8/10)

Major sore throat that's been going on for a week, but that's not gonna stop me from coming for their August special flavours โ€” Syrup Limau and Horlicks Dinosaur. The first's basically a rose syrup and lime juice kopitiam drink now soft serve-ified. Just in case the colour's not enough of a persuasion to order it, it's actually really yummy with the rose fragrance hitting you strong while still staying pleasant. I'd say it's more akin to bandung than syrup limau, but hey no complaints there. Imma huge fan of malt though so not gonna deny that my favourite's the Horlicks Dinosaur. The familiar creaminess and maltiness of our childhood drink comes on strong enough to please hardcore fans like me, without being too intense and overpowering. And with that drizzle of milo sauce and crunch? C'est parfait.

Major sore throat that's been going on for a week, but that's not gonna stop me from coming for their August special flavours โ€” Syrup Limau and Horlicks Dinosaur. The first's basically a rose syrup and lime juice kopitiam drink now soft serve-ified. Just in case the colour's not enough of a persuasion to order it, it's actually really yummy with the rose fragrance hitting you strong while still staying pleasant. I'd say it's more akin to bandung than syrup limau, but hey no complaints there. Imma huge fan of malt though so not gonna deny that my favourite's the Horlicks Dinosaur. The familiar creaminess and maltiness of our childhood drink comes on strong enough to please hardcore fans like me, without being too intense and overpowering. And with that drizzle of milo sauce and crunch? C'est parfait.

A monthly flavour along with syrup limau sorbet, this horlicks flaboured softserve comes with milo sauce and almond crumbles. The softserve was smooth, creamy but melted rather fast, hindering my prolonged enjoyment. Flavour of horlicks was distinct albeit subtle, with the milo sauce overshadowing it towards the end. Would personally prefer if the malty flavour is stronger though! Nevertheless, the combination with the crisp and crunchy almond crumbles was one that got me sold! Really really love the almond crumbles that I wouldn't mind buying them off shelves (if there are made available for retail purchase)! ๐Ÿ’– .
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// Good day good news so decided to treat myself some ice-cream hehe.. ๐Ÿ’“
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On a side note, it's been 3 years since i last visited @statelandcafe~
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Coconut water sobert was v refreshing and it comes with a strong coconut taste to my liking๐Ÿ˜

Earl grey lava sauce that burst out from the mochi bomb was flavourful, even though it was mix with chocolate sauce

Salted Egg Mochi and Coconut Softserve ($15)

Seasonal flavour @brotherbirdsg , featuring thai inspired coconut softserve with mochi donuts filled with golden molten salted egg centre and gula melaka drizzle sauce.This is one decadant dessert not to be missed. The mochi balls texture is really soft and chewy but I always found it a tad grainy. Coconut softserve with the gula melaka sauce is always a killer combo!

Very light and refreshing, isn't overpowering with its matcha taste or being too sweet. Most of the sweetness comes from the oozing warm salted egg sauce. Both of them goes hand in hand, very well done! ๐Ÿคค
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Soft swirls with gula melaka, almond crunch and shredded coconut atop warm, chewy fried goodness.

Haven't been back since a disappointing Tokyo banana soft serve. Was in the area for exercise and decided to drop by because we exercise to eat more amirite?! No regrets and I didn't even feel guilty finishing this Coconut Water Sorbet soft serve ($7) by myself. The flavour of coconut was strong; texture was slightly icy, didn't mind cos it was so light and refreshing. No surprises about the combination of toppings but it was great nonetheless, absolutely loved the gula melaka which wasn't sweet, only wished there were more almond crunch with coconut shavings!๐Ÿ˜‹

Thoroughly surprised that this photo turned out great since the softserve isn't that different from the background in terms of colour. But anyway, I had a go at the Thai Green Milk Tea Softserve ($7) the other day and loved it!

The softserve was well-made, being mostly creamy and semi-icy. In a way, this simultaneous texture helped to capture the essence of how refreshingly delicious Thai Green Milk Tea can be. The cubes of vanilla sponge cake, the Thai Milk Tea sauce (correct me if I'm wrong) and the evaporated milk crumbs were fitting and fantastic additions that accentuated this softserve.

One gripe I have, however, would be that some of the crumbles were way too big. But that aside, that was a pretty solid flavour! ๐Ÿ˜› (7.9/10)

Usually not a fan of coconut but this was surprisingly good! Texture was a little icy (though not as bad as the Thai green tea) but smooth and refreshing, a great perk-me-up for the merciless scorching weather. Served with gula Melaka, almond crunch and specks of desiccated coconut flakes, the combination was much better here, with the almond crunch providing a pleasant crunch factor and the gula melaka contributing to a subtle tinge of sweetness. Really love the almond crunch toppings and if only the milk crumbs in the Thai green tea softserve could be replaced by this...
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