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Cedele (Great World City)

2.7

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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 - Thu: 09:00 - 22:00

Fri: 09:00 - 22:30

Sat - Eve of PH: 08:00 - 22:30

Sun & PH: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 68361426
$21 based on 26 submissions
Lunch (6 votes), Brunch (5 votes), Healthy Eating (5 votes)
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Better before rush hour

was there last week. had citrus salmon , good soup - curry pumpkin and red pepper + tomato . Good quality and cooking.

Just before lunch got more busy. Otherwise staff attentive and helpful.

bought bread home . Good bread, no chemical taste, no margarine. can taste pure bread. Good quality overall. 



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• 17 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

bad service

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Their service is so poor. They need more staff and also the friendly staff. Even the manager here is not treat the customer better than the staff. Their waitress is like they dont want to service they dont even smile and make a bad face. Actually i am not gonna write this review but this event is not happen only once. Need the consideration from the manager to review their services. Food is good.
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• 09 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Better before rush hour

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was there last week. had citrus salmon , good soup - curry pumpkin and red pepper + tomato . Good quality and cooking.

Just before lunch got more busy. Otherwise staff attentive and helpful.

bought bread home . Good bread, no chemical taste, no margarine. can taste pure bread. Good quality overall. 



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• 31 May 2013 • 152 reviews • 9 followers

tasty food and fundamentally healthy

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See blog entry for pics here.

Sometimes, when I pass by Cedele bakery, I like to take away the mixed berry tart (S$3.80 each), lemon curd piece S$2.80, as well as chocolate brownie S$3.80.   Burmese Shan Tofu S$8.90++   No preservatives nor nasty powders used in the coagulation process in making this tofu, and they are sourced from local supplier who delivers daily to ensure freshness and quality.   The fried garlic chips and fried shallots are made in house daily to ensure quality!   Vegetable Stacks S$18++   The tomato coulis at the bottom was also the base tomato sauce used in their pasta dishes, and that was fantastic! Cooked and blended to the right consistency, not watery, not sour, with a touch of light smokiness.   The grilled vegetables were cooked just done, so the integrity of the vegetables and taste could be retained.   The bottom stack of grilled sweet potato Kumara was sourced from India for its unique texture and sweetness.   I could eat this everyday, and be a vegetarian without realising it.   Prawn Paprika Risotto S$17.90++   For this price, it was worthwhile to have such amount of fresh and sizeable prawns.   The paprika coated grilled prawns were bouncy on the teeth.   Risotto grains were a little soft, smothered in the rich but non-cloying spicy cream sauce with a handful of crunchy edamame for bites.   Beef Bacon Works Sandwich S$15.80++   This was literally a burger in disguise! *Highly Recommended*   It was SOooooo GOOoood!   The juicy and nicely grilled patty combined with melted cheese, crispy ‘lean’ bacons wedged between the toasty ciabatta – I repeat, order this!   This sandwich beats some of the popular beef burger joints out there for sure.   I wanted to try Rose Laksa Pasta that I had years ago at Wheelock Place branch but at Great World City branch, only Rose Curry Pasta was available. I made do.   It was a hearty and fragrant curry pasta dish with a good few chicken chunks. No coconut milk in there which was great.   This dish paled in deliciousness after I had partner’s beef sandwich :(.   Each element in Cedele food is put together with nutrition value and uncompromising taste in mind.   Overall, the savouries at Cedele were impressive in such an honest way.

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