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Goodies just got better!


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Cinnamon Lakeside’s Goodies, known for its delectable chocolates, cakes, savouries and more, has got even better, with a new look, feel and colour scheme. The same great products that you’ve enjoyed are now available in brand new packaging and served in a revamped atmosphere. 

Everything from the backdrop of the outlet to the takeaway bags and chocolate boxes now carry the new look. Visit Goodies and you’ll notice the dark and light brown themes, invoking a sense of flavours and delight, as you enjoy the goodies that you’ve come to love. Goodies is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. For inquiries and orders, please call 011 249 1804.


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