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Cedele All Day Dining (Paragon)

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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.

Daily: 09:00 - 21:00

+65 68875303
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quite good

Looking for a simple lunch, I went for the open air seating of Cedele. There used to be two outlets by Cedele at Paragon, but this has merged into the outdoor seating on the ground floor.

I started with the Patty Cakes ($10), lightly fried but tasty crab cakes.

I then tried the Rib-Eye Beef Sandwich ($16.80), which had tender medium well beef on a piece of bread that was a little tough.

The dish of the day though had to be the Red Seafood Risotto ($17.90). This was wonderfully executed with generous portions of prawn, mussel and scallop. A must try here.

Whilst the seating is an open concept, there is still some feel of exclusivity and privacy as footfall is not very high in the corner of the mall. I also found the prices very reasonable.

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• 17 Feb 2015 • 35 reviews • 0 follower

Super Slow and terrible Service

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We had a family lunch at 'Cedele' Paragon Mall. We waited for about 40 mins to be seated as it was a busy weekend lunch time. It took us about 15 mins to order and we waited for about 1 hour 25 mins to get our food on table. By that time we all were soo...hungry. We were so fed up waiting that, if we were not with our aged parents, we would have left. We decided to wait because we do not want our aged parents to get tired looking for another restaurant.
 We ordered, four main courses which came one by one even after waiting for more than an hour.
 Food was nice but, nothing special. Terrible Terrible Terrible... service.
 We never had bad experience with other Cedele outlets.
 I would not recommend this outlet of Cedele.
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• 19 Jun 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

quite good

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Looking for a simple lunch, I went for the open air seating of Cedele. There used to be two outlets by Cedele at Paragon, but this has merged into the outdoor seating on the ground floor.

I started with the Patty Cakes ($10), lightly fried but tasty crab cakes.

I then tried the Rib-Eye Beef Sandwich ($16.80), which had tender medium well beef on a piece of bread that was a little tough.

The dish of the day though had to be the Red Seafood Risotto ($17.90). This was wonderfully executed with generous portions of prawn, mussel and scallop. A must try here.

Whilst the seating is an open concept, there is still some feel of exclusivity and privacy as footfall is not very high in the corner of the mall. I also found the prices very reasonable.
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• 27 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

bad service

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Staff seems unsure what they are doing. Teamwork looks tense as well. When I try to get attention by waving, they pretend not seeing me!
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