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Cedele (Robinson Road)

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Founded in 1997, Cedele by The Bakery Depot has been churning out artisanal bakery products made from healthy and high quality ingredients. The bakery has since expanded to more than 20 outlets and offers all day dining at its restaurants and cafes.

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 20:00

+65 65349581
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Light Lunch

Located at the heart of CBD, Cedele offers a light lunch options of soup and sandwiches.

At a recent visit, I tried a large bowl of Boston Clam Chowder ($8.80), and this was good enough to fill me up in a jiffy. Added a cup of Red Rooibos Tea ($4), which does not have caffeine as I was a little under the weather that day.

I found the soup to be rather hearty and not as creamy with the strong use of natural ingredients such as mushrooms. A nice change from the usual creamy can stuff.

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• 26 Aug 2014 • 2013 reviews • 256 followers

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Located at the heart of CBD, Cedele offers a light lunch options of soup and sandwiches.

At a recent visit, I tried a large bowl of Boston Clam Chowder ($8.80), and this was good enough to fill me up in a jiffy. Added a cup of Red Rooibos Tea ($4), which does not have caffeine as I was a little under the weather that day.

I found the soup to be rather hearty and not as creamy with the strong use of natural ingredients such as mushrooms. A nice change from the usual creamy can stuff.
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• 29 Feb 2012 • 579 reviews • 20 followers

Yummy healthy food but a bit pricey

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For the full review with pictures, please head to http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com/2011/09/cedele-bakery-cafe-robinson-road.html

We had:

1) Smoked Salmon Sandwich ($7) - nicely complemented by the homemade dill and yoghurt dressing, finished with fresh crisp lettuce and juicy tomatoes

2) Roasted Chicken Sandwich ($7.80) - fresh beetroot wedged in between and onion chutney, very refreshing and clear-tasting sandwich

3) Roasted Vegetable Soup ($7.50 for standard soup) had hints of red pepper, sweet corn and creamy pumpkin - smooth and creamy but very light and balanced

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