As we were standing along the busy street of Orchard Road, we were thinking about what to eat for our lunch. We wanted something quick since it was our last day and we needed to rush back before heading to the airport. Several suggestions about where to eat were thrown around but none were accepted. Not wanting to waste anymore time, I brought my friend to Cedele at Wheelock. I've dined there a couple of times and based on my previous experience, the food was alright and it was affordable.
We arrived just before noon time and the crowd was still at minimal and we got to choose our own table. A couple of scrolls through the menu, we decided what to order. The drinks were normal but my friend complained about the Organic Soy Milk (SGD$4) being weird. There's nothing much to say about my Iced Cappuccino with Irish Cream (SGD$6.50).
The first to arrive was the Double Mushroom Chicken Soup (SGD$10). In honesty, I didn't expect it to be like this... in such presentation. There's no sight of cream or milk in it. Nevertheless, it was good - hearty and comforting just like those home-boiled chicken soup. The bowl was filled with decent amount of ingredients such as shredded chicken breast, (portobello and oyster) mushrooms and mixed vegetables. The soup came with complimentary bread which was available at bread counter.
For our main course, I opted for Beef Bacon Works Sandwich (SGD$14.80) while my friend ordered Beef Aglio Olio Pasta (SGD$16.90).
In the sandwich, there were the usual vegetables, crispy bacons and beef patty. Although the beef patty was cooked thoroughly, it was a tad bland. I liked the inclusion of the wholegrain mustard as the sourish spicy paste suited the beef patty well.