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(Closed) Cedele (Suntec)


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Address: #B1-008, Suntec Tower 5, 5 Temasek Boulevard, 038985
Located at Suntec Tower 5, Cedele specialises in western food.

Mon-Fri: 7.30am - 9pmSat-Sun: 11am - 9pm

+65 63419968

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• 29 Apr 2009 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Have a hearty meal Cedele

With a few outlets all over Singapore and a guarantee of “no trans-fat”, the restaurant is popular with both health conscious food connoisseurs as well as the working crowd in need of a good lunch. Serving a wide variety of soups, sandwiches, cakes, pastas and main courses, the place is good for a hearty meal, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner. The pastas and main courses have rich flavours and the portions are generous too. The serving of cakes changes every day though some favourites such as Chocolate Pistachio remain on the menu everyday. The restaurant serves both asian and western dishes and some asian-western infusion dishes to cater to the taste buds of the local customers. The place is popular too with the expatriate working crowd especially during lunchtime. Recommended on days for a hearty meal as you will be spoilt for choices though the pricing may not be easy on your wallet.

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