1 Vista Exchange Green, #01-19 The Star Vista, Singapore 138617
Tel: 6734 0763
No stranger to Cedele (reviews here), I decided to bring The Beau to eat here since we were at The Star Vista for the Air Supply concert (review here). I always feel happy when I am at Cedele - probably because they have a pretty good menu, and their food is supposed to be "healthy" and "organic".
He decided to have the Prawn and Chix Pasta (SGD$19.50) as his mains. Springy, spicy strands of pasta tossed with some edamame beans for an extra crunch or two, well I told him that I could've eaten the pasta on its own that way. The chicken was tender and smooth in texture, with a great taste. The prawns were rather fresh with bouncy texture, so the entire pasta dish was gobbled up pretty fast.
I decided to go for the Blueberry Pancakes with Bacon (SGD$12.50) - one could have the choice of bacon, sausage or mushrooms. They made my bacon crispy for me specially - the original bacon would be the cooked (ham-like) type. The blueberry pancakes were fluffy and cottony-soft in texture, and best of all not too sweet despite the rich infusion of blueberries. Paired with the crispy bacon and maple syrup, this was a very enjoyable all-day breakfast meal.
For drinks, The Beau settled for a Mango Lassi (SGD$6.70), luscious blend of mango and yogurt, giving it a frothy creaminess resplendent of mango flavor. While this was smooth and delicious enough, we felt it still could not beat the thicker, more traditional Mango Lassis served at Indian restaurants, such as Gayantri's (review here) or The Curry Culture (review here).
I tried the Salted Caramel Milkshake (SGD$6.80), a light, foamy milkshake that combined the fragrance of caramel with milk, with a very, very subtle hint of saltiness merely. Nonetheless, it was silky smooth and lovely.
I simply love Cedele and its healthy goodness; would be back to their various outlets for more good food and desserts.