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Cedele (Raffles City B1)

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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 into more than 20 outlets and offers all day dining at its restaurants and cafes.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 22:00

Sun: 11:00 - 21:00

+65 63344828
$15 based on 21 submissions
Healthy Eating (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes), High Tea (5 votes)
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CEDELE, WHERE I GET MY FAV SANDWICH IN SINGAPRE

In my opinion, No other place does sandwich as good as Cedele, at least in S'pore. 

I love their Rosemary Chicken sandwich very much.
It's very delicious and comforting, especially if you need a quick lunch yet a good break to fill you up before the next dash. 

Their mushroom soup is really marvellous, densely populated w/ flavour each sip. Yummmmy!

When I purchased & consumed their food each time, this is what I thought of them: "NOTHING BUT THE BEST, QUALITY INGREDIENTS, RESPONSIBLY SOURCED"  (I saw this in their Raffles outlet)

Cheers,
Jason | Yummy We come! | http://jasonhanis.blogspot.sg/ |




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• 18 Sep 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

CEDELE, WHERE I GET MY FAV SANDWICH IN SINGAPRE

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In my opinion, No other place does sandwich as good as Cedele, at least in S'pore. 

I love their Rosemary Chicken sandwich very much.
It's very delicious and comforting, especially if you need a quick lunch yet a good break to fill you up before the next dash. 

Their mushroom soup is really marvellous, densely populated w/ flavour each sip. Yummmmy!

When I purchased & consumed their food each time, this is what I thought of them: "NOTHING BUT THE BEST, QUALITY INGREDIENTS, RESPONSIBLY SOURCED"  (I saw this in their Raffles outlet)

Cheers,
Jason | Yummy We come! | http://jasonhanis.blogspot.sg/ |




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• 04 Nov 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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I went on a Saturday afternoon and was delighted to know that the cake + coffee/tea promotion was still on (I thought it would normally be a weekday afternoon tea promotion).

Had a hard time choosing which slice of cake I want but finally decided on the Gula Melaka Pandan Cake...and it TASTED SO GREAT!

This Pandan cake really stood out from the rest (the signature cheesecakes and sinful-heavenly chocoloate cakes..). Unlike the usual pandan cake you would normally think of - Singapore's famous pandan chiffon cake which is so soft and spongy - this one is a chilled cake with some gula melaka cream.

The cake was covered with a thin layer of cream (with a flavourful yet not too cloyingly sweet gula melaka taste) and some shredded coconut. I was surprised that hiddened between the cream and the spongy pandan cake was actually kaya! My favourite!

Kaya + cream + chilled cake...sounds like a weird combination but you'll never know how GOOD it tastes unless you TRY IT!

 

 

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• 11 Feb 2011 • 408 reviews • 12 followers

Cold, tough and dry

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I'd dined a few times at a couple of outlets before but had always ordered soup with bread. On this occasion, I found myself at the basement of Raffles City the first day of CNY. As expected, most of the eating places were closed and I decided to buy a sandwich ($7.80) to go.

I chose rustic country white with sesame but got a ciabatta instead. It wouldn't have been an issue if the bread were tasty, but it's hard and dry. The roasted chicken avocado was equally unappealing. Not only was it cold, the chicken was tough and dry. There wasn't much dressing and the amount of avocado was pathetic. At least the lettuce and tomato were fresh but no way were they able to salvage the sandwich.

Barely halfway through it, I was contemplating what to do since it's horribly unappetizing and I loathed to waste food. Luckily I had bought a cup of yogurt ($2.60) as an afterthought. The vine passionfruits flavor complemented the sandwich surprisingly well. So it's one bite of sandwich with two scoops of yogurt and I managed to finish it right down to the last crumb.

I'd never have thought Cedele would serve customers with sandwiches of such poor quality. I was totally disappointed and just for the record, it's the most unpalatable sandwich I'd ever eaten!

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  • roasted chicken avocado in ciabatta with vine passionfruits yogurt

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