Realising that a new Cedele outlet has just opened near my place, I just have to check out the food there. I love the ambience there at Greenwich V, the seats beside the glass panels entitle you to a green view outside, and currently the restaurant over there has not too many patrons.
I must commend Cedele that both bakery and all-day dining items are as good as each other, even though it started out as a bakery. The pastas were served looking as delectable as they can be, although it took some time to come. Cedele also boasts some salads, mains, and worthy cakes.
The Rose Laksa Pasta ($16.90) was an excellent fusion dish. It tasted similar to a bolognese or arrabiata sauce, and I especially love the pieces of shredded curry chicken in it. It held a generous serving of ingredients which did not affect the overall taste negatively at all, especially the garlic and shallot flakes. All I can say was, it was better than a bowl of laksa, and better than a plate of spaghetti.
The Black Pepper Crab Pasta ($16.90) was even spicier than the rose laksa, and I would definitely recommend to try their seafood dishes such as this for fans of such. I would describe it’s taste to be very crabby.
Often, I would opt for the most popular dessert at a cafe or restaurant, so there was no way I can resist their Carrot Walnut Cake ($6 per slice). Firstly, the cake was incredibly sweet, and topped with a cream cheese which complements well with the cake. Secondly, it was moist. Thirdly, everything fits well. Fits perfect in your mouth too.
At the same time, you can check out selections of pastries, buns, croissants and more from the bakery to buy them home. Other outlets include the ones at Ngee Ann City, Raffles City Shopping Centre and many other chains across the island.
Greenwich V #02-14
1 Seletar Road