I’d like to say that this Cedele is one of my favourite places to eat in Singapore, and that I go there often. However, in actual fact I’ve only been there about 4-5 times, and usually only eat one type of food. Nevertheless, I thoroughly enjoy the semi-healthy, feel good food they serve there, and would like to keep re-visiting it.
Don’t have many pictures of the food, as I neglected to bring my camera there the last few times.
This above is the Chicken Masak Merah Salad.
Cedele has a variety of grilled salad meals where meat/seafood/vegetables are grilled and then paired with a generous helping of mixed salad leaves and sunflower/pumpkin seeds, and herb/vinaigrette type dressings. If you are the type who likes the fruity or summery variety then I guess this is not really very suitable.
But I like all types, and so far they have not disappointed. Prawn + avocado + citrus vinaigrette + mesclun = absolutely delicious!
And the lemongrass sambal they use in the masak merah items in the menu is really tasty as well – the lemongrass taste isn’t that strong, and the sambal not too spicy; it gives just the right kick of spice and concentrates more on the savoury.
The blueberry pancakes a friend had there were pretty yummy too!
I guess places like these with a large variety of ‘wholesome’ type foods just make me happy. Brunch/lunch there on a Sunday/public holiday afternoon and then coffee afterwards at a cafe is so relaxing and chill… wish I could do this more often!