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(Closed) Cedele (Millenia Walk)

Western
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 into more than 20 outlets and offers all-day dining at its restaurants around Singapore.

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 21:00

Sat, Sun &: 11:00 - 21:00

+65 63363278
$10 based on 3 submissions
alq77

Decent sandwiches and set lunch

Visited for lunch and chose the sandwich set which includes a choice of the $7.8 sandwiches plus soup (usually $5) for $10... seems a good deal! I had the chicken and avocado sandwich and chose the wholemeal linseed bread to be healthy. For the soup there were four options and a took the roasted vegetable soup. Starting with the soup it is a puree and exceeded my expectations, with great flavour and a natural sweetness too. A really yummy soup and good timing while the rain tumbled down (causing the air con to super chill) making me actually feel like it's winter in there. The sandwich has a small mountain of the chicken inside, but I had to hunt around to find any avocado, just one or two small slices. The linseed bread is really nice and reminds me of soy and linseed bread from overseas that I haven't been able to find here. Overall sandwich is okay but could have been more generous on the avocado and constructed the chicken layer a bit more evenly for ease of eating. In summary I'm glad I finally came here and definitely would make it a lunch regular especially for the soup. Will consider to join the cedel rewards too, for $25 you get $30 credit and rebate off next purchase.

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18 Feb 2012 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

Decent sandwiches and set lunch

Visited for lunch and chose the sandwich set which includes a choice of the $7.8 sandwiches plus soup (usually $5) for $10... seems a good deal! I had the chicken and avocado sandwich and chose the wholemeal linseed bread to be healthy. For the soup there were four options and a took the roasted vegetable soup. Starting with the soup it is a puree and exceeded my expectations, with great flavour and a natural sweetness too. A really yummy soup and good timing while the rain tumbled down (causing the air con to super chill) making me actually feel like it's winter in there. The sandwich has a small mountain of the chicken inside, but I had to hunt around to find any avocado, just one or two small slices. The linseed bread is really nice and reminds me of soy and linseed bread from overseas that I haven't been able to find here. Overall sandwich is okay but could have been more generous on the avocado and constructed the chicken layer a bit more evenly for ease of eating. In summary I'm glad I finally came here and definitely would make it a lunch regular especially for the soup. Will consider to join the cedel rewards too, for $25 you get $30 credit and rebate off next purchase.

orange carrot muffin
29 Dec 2011 • 408 reviews • 13 followers

Lured by the pumpkin pie

Admittedly, I was attracted by the pumpkin pie and since we needed a quick dinner, decided to order sandwiches as well.

There was still a good 5-10 minutes before 8.30pm but as we began scanning the menu board a staff promptly informed us that orders for sandwiches were closed, just after she settled a customer’s order for one. What?! Not even two more?! It’s not even time yet!!!

In any case, we bought three baked items off the shelf.

The pumpkin pie ($4.20) didn’t look promising due to the deep fissure in the filling. However, it wasn’t as dry as I feared and turned out rather enjoyable with a hint of sweetness and the crust was delectably crisp.

What disappointed us was the blueberry & orange scone ($2.10). It’s dry. In fact, too dry and crumbly but the zesty flavor was appealing. We weren’t given any butter and jam either.

The oddly-shaped orange carrot muffin ($2.60) was pretty nondescript though the generous sprinkling of oats added a nice crunch.

I’d like to think that perhaps we were spared the agony of yet another horrible sandwich, the memory of which is still vivid, albeit the offending sandwich came from the Raffles City outlet. Even so, the quality of the baked items we had wasn’t particularly impressive either.

Note: Nets payment for $10 and credit/debit cards for $20 and above.

05 Apr 2011 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

chocolate pistachio cake

We ordered the Chocolate Pistachio Cake – chocolate truffle layered with almond, pistachio sponge that is made of egg white only, it is a great treat for serious chocolate lovers. It was a pretty small slice for $6; it looked pretty sad. But it did come in a nice and interesting packaging. Taste and texture wise, we felt that it was more of dark chocolate fudge than truffle. It was much harder and more chewy than conventional truffle. The sponge did not have any pistachio or almond taste, it was pretty light butter sponge. It was the top garnishing layer which was filled with pistachio nuts. Overall, the cake wasn’t too sweet, but if the alternating layers of sponge were to contain more nuts or a more obvious nut taste, this cake would appeal to both chocolate and nut lovers.

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04 Mar 2011 • 259 reviews • 7 followers

Chocolate Pistachio Cake

It’s been pretty long since we’ve tried the cakes from Cedele. It was already 9pm when we walked into the Cedele at Millenia Walk. Once again, the staff were already packing up, but were kind enough to allow take-away.

We ordered the Chocolate Pistachio Cake – chocolate truffle layered with almond, pistachio sponge that is made of egg white only, it is a great treat for serious chocolate lovers. It was a pretty small slice for $6; it looked pretty sad. But it did come in a nice and interesting packaging. Taste and texture wise, we felt that it was more of dark chocolate fudge than truffle. It was much harder and more chewy than conventional truffle. The sponge did not have any pistachio or almond taste, it was pretty light butter sponge. It was the top garnishing layer which was filled with pistachio nuts. Overall, the cake wasn’t too sweet, but if the alternating layers of sponge were to contain more nuts or a more obvious nut taste, this cake would appeal to both chocolate and nut lovers.

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16 Apr 2010 • 1254 reviews • 1 follower

I DIDN'T DINE HERE

Just grab a couple of muffins, brownies (highly recommended) and some bread. their bread is not as tasty as breadtalk but it's good. the bread itself is moist and fragrant, the smell of a fresh baked bread. it's really an unique experience for me. i'm not really a muffin fan, so the muffin is kinda a so-so for me, but the brownies is very chocolatey good.