Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

Stateland Cafe is a vintage-industrial themed cafe, located in the heart of Singapore, along Bali Lane. Warning: opened by 3 funny guys.

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Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe Address 32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189868
Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe Nearest MRT DT14 EW12 Bugis MRT
Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe Website Facebook
Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe Phone +65 9296 4997
Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe Opening Hours Monday - Sunday : 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday : 06:00pm - 10:00pm
Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe Food Price S$15 - S$35 per pax

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What people say about Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

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37 reviews
  • The Aglio Olio is mixed with tobiko and topped with Mentaiko sauce & additional tobiko to give you small bubbles of saltiness amidst the juicy tiger prawns & the al dente spaghetti

  • Each strand of spaghetti is coated perfectly with mentaiko & tobiko

  • Another option you can choose is the KFC & Waffle ($18)

  • Is soy glazed chicken seated atop their cinnamon scented waffle with a side of kimchi slaw to balance the sweet and savoury with a tinge of sour

  • Battered and deep fried cauliflower is tossed in curry powder to give you that crunchy but healthy tasty veggie dish that you need

  • The beef bowl was pretty tasty and good

  • Truffle fries was crispy & generous w truffle so no complaints there

  • White coffee was creamy but abit thin

  • Big breakfast was a little disappointing on the scrabbled eggs and bread served was a little too much oil on it

  • Love that there was vegetable too instead of it just being meat and the risotto

  • Gotta say that the portion was kinda small for its price

  • The portion is pretty big though so I recommend sharing with a friend so you have space for desserts

  • Seasoned with curry powder and garnished with cheese flakes and spring onions

  • We felt it was getting a bit too sweet for our liking

  • We’ll probably try the plain mochi donut with no dangerous lava centre next

  • Featuring their Laksa Egg Benedict ($22) and Tom Yum Pancake with Thai Basil Pork ($20)

  • The former puts a creative spin on the ubiquitous egg benedict dish with the standard toast being swapped out for their seasonal croissant

  • While poached eggs are still a mainstay

  • The dish is tszujed up with laksa hollandaise sauce and cheddar cheese

  • Paired with a side of curried fried cauliflower that is wonderfully seasoned with spices and oh so addictive to munch on

  • Left a little confused by why the croissant is a seasonal crossiant but hey when the food is great

  • Lies concealed under a generous serving of Thai basil pork sauce replete with chunks of minced pork

  • The dish is then topped with a fried egg

  • It was nonetheless infused with the distinctive tom yum flavour which was nicely complemented by the other Asian flavours in the dish

  • Mains comes with a free drink of your choice

  • Herbal duck with a fusion twist

  • Their desserts are super unique

  • There’s not much far wrong you can go with ordering this

  • Tho I don’t feel like there was a distinct cream cracker taste

  • The food here was pretty unique and yummy

  • There was a generous portion for the mentaiko tiger prawn pasta was yummy (not sure that the prawn was really TIGER prawn though lol)

  • Also felt that the prawn was the type that was quite filled with water (

  • At the end of the day it was really good

  • An experience i don’t regret ✨ (according to my friend the chicken rice risotto was pretty good

  • Fusion food has always been an iffy area with us Singaporeans

  • Stateland Cafe's homely and comforting creations are always my first choice

  • The herbal sauce is the star of the dish marrying the east and west fusion in holy matrimony

Questions & Answers About Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe

    1. Take Downtown Line MRT or East West Line MRT
    2. Alight at DT14 EW12 Bugis MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit F - Duo (via B2)
    4. Walk about 222 meters from Exit F - Duo (via B2) to Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe, walking time is around 4 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe are
    • Near Bali Lane (bus stop no 01549) is 78 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 48, 2N, 4N will stop in this bus stop.
    • Landmark Village Hotel (bus stop no 01559) is 101 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 48, 57, 2N, 4N will stop in this bus stop.
    • Parkview Sq (bus stop no 01139) is 169 meters away around 3 mins walk, bus service no 7, 32, 51, 61, 63, 80, 145, 175, 197, 851 will stop in this bus stop.
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