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Cedele (Novena Square)

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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: 07:30 - 21:30

+65 62585991
$11 based on 11 submissions
Lunch (4 votes), Breakfast (3 votes)
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  • Blueberry hazelnut cheesecake1 vote
  • cakes1 vote
  • morrocan spiced carrot soup1 vote
  • muffins RAWKS too. :)1 vote
  • sandwiches1 vote
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• 14 Jul 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Standard dropped after reno.

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Shortage of staff is apparent. Staff are not very polite and after queueing 15mins we find out there's no salad. Staff didn't bother to suggest another item just served person being me
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• 28 Jun 2013 • 26 reviews • 15 followers

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Simple review of the Caramel Charlotte Ice Cream Cake :

 http://repolitlebijou.blogspot.sg/2013/06/caramel-charlotte-ice-cream-cake-for.html
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• 09 Mar 2009 • 111 reviews • 13 followers

Three words - blueberry hazelnut cheesecake.

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I only buy take away from this outlet whenever I go work out at the Novena area, because it helps to satisfy that dastardly post-workout carb craving for evil decadent pastries!

But seriously, blueberry hazelnut cheesecake. First time I saw this variety on display here.

Since I was craving cheesecake and since it was between this confection and the more boring New York cheesecake, it was a no brainer.

But ooh. The cheesecake was actually good! I didn't taste hazelnut, but creamy cheese. Just the way I like my cheesecake. And with little full blueberries embedded into the cake.

Worth coming back to buy (provided the variety remains available)!

Only thing is service is a little spotty. It's not that an attitude thing, but more like I guess some of the staff are newer and aren't as sure of what to do. No biggie if you're not in a rush.
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