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d' Good Café brings a brand new coffee experience – “Blend & Brew the way you like it”. Customers are allowed to create their own coffee blend from a range of single origin beans. Customers could also select from their varied coffee menu where each cup is carefully crafted with their house blend. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Thu
10:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
10:00 - 23:00
10:00 - 22:00
Other Info
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Eggs Benedict Homemade English Breakfast Kopi Luwak Maple Sea Salt Cheesecake
Review (41)
Level3 2016-01-29
Full review on http://www.nahmj.com/2016/01/27/d-good-cafe-2016-cny-special-and-revamped-menu-holland-village/The ambience of D’ Good Cafe, to me, is playful. I like the idea of assembling various theme together at various corners in a rather coordinate manner. D’ Good Cafe has pieced it together very well and it doesn’t come across messy which is usually the risk.D' Good Cafe introduces 2 CNY special; CNY Deutsch Skillet Pancake and Grapefruit Green TeaCNY Deutsch Skillet Pancake is topped with abundance pork floss, diced BBQ pork (bak kwa), Asian pear, wolfberries, mandarin orange, greens and drizzled with sour plum sauce; ensuring at each mouth, diner gets to relish all the ingredients.Grapefruit Green Tea ($7.00) is specially crafted to pair with the CNY Deutsch Skillet Pancake. In it is a concoction of pink grapefruit and lime, refreshing and best to combat the sweltering weather.The Classic Deutsch Skillet Pancake may not be instagrammable and certainly a humble looking dish. Accompanied with unassuming ingredients; cream cheese, maple syrup and a wedge of fresh lemon but was heavenly.Fresh Prawn Aglio Olio on Linguine with adds on of Squid Ring 4pcs and Portobello Mushroom. I thought it could be better.Baked Lemongrass Chicken has a strong soy sauce flavour with a scent of lemongrass. A very awesome mash potato. In it beside the smooth creamy mash was some crunchy potato bits. D’ Good Maple Sea Salt Cheesecake is the ultimate must have at the cafe. The maple sweetness was well balanced with the cheese while the sea salt provided the savoury flavour. And a critical element was the unique smokey hint that differentiated it from the rest.Cappuccino ($5.80) was a cuppa of low acidity, full body, nutty and caramel flavour. Exactly the way I enjoyed my coffee.The Unknown Cold Brew is a mysterious and seasonal flavour. The Unknown I have was a Mocha like drink that was smooth and with a fruity undertone and round finishes. As a coffee drinker, I prefer having my coffee without added flavours. As such, personally, I felt the chocolate and the sweetness overwhelms the coffee. continue reading
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Level2 2016-01-16
For the full review or more photos, head over to http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2015/05/food-review-dgood-cafe.html or http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2016/01/food-review-dgood-cafe-revisit.htmlD'Good Cafe is located in Holland Village, just 2 minutes away from the MRT, and has been a popular cafe since its opening 3 years ago.Eggs Benedict ($13.50): A standard fare of two poached eggs nestled on brioche and bacon and drizzled with homemade Hollandaise sauce. It comes with a side salad too. The eggs were runny and overall this was alright.Ham and Cheese French Toast ($9): The french toast had a filling of honey-baked ham and cheese, some French berry jam and served with some fruits at the side. Overall the taste was not bad. The bread was quite soft too. But the portion was way too small and the bread too puny.Bacon Carbonara Pasta ($15): This was tasty, with pork bacon and linguine tossed in mixed herb cream sauce. It's creamy enough, but after a while it did get a bit jelat.Seafood Pasta ($17.50): Linguine with prawns, squid rings and mussels tossed in mixed herb tomato sauce. My friend thought there could be a bit more ingredients especially given the steeper price paid. But otherwise it was flavourful.Fresh Sea Prawn Aglio Olio ($16): Their prawns are fresh, and the Aglio Olio was fragrant and done al dente.Creamy Grand Marnier Fruit Deluxe Deutsch Skillet Pancake ($12): A few months ago, D'Good started serving Deutsch Skillet Pancakes, and this is a Christmas special flavour. The oven-baked pancakes is finished off with creamy Grand Marnier sauce and studded with fresh dragonfruit, kiwi, blueberries and strawberries. The pancakes tasted more custard-y and eggy, unlike the light and fluffy kind, which is a nice change from the usual offerings of other cafes.Some hits and misses, but worth a try once. Go during off-peak hours otherwise it'll be quite noisy and crowded. continue reading
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Level4 2015-06-05
I came to know of d'Good Cafe from the attention drawing swings that caught my sight as we drove pass Holland Village area on one of the weekends and jotted down that we should visit this place in near future.d'Good Cafe is located right in the heart of Holland Village in a 3 storey high building. Cafe was whimsically decorated with different concepts in different section (coffee counter, lawn, attic and alfresco) each having their own identity.Cafe can be entered through a stained glass door and up on the flights of stairs leading you to their coffee bar or alternatively you have to take a hidden lift from the ground level of a facial clinic to reach the cafe.On the 2nd Floor there is a coffee counter where orders are being made and collected in industrial theme, featuring cement screed flooring. It is suitable for those who like to have some constant strong whiff from the aroma of coffee beans or having chats over the counter with the barristers.While at the other section of level 2, you will get to find their lawn featuring wooden swings suitable for couples passing their lovely time overseeing the view through the glass panels.Moving up another level and turning left for their Alfresco Seating or right to the attic.Alfresco Seating will be great if you enjoy people watching and the lives in Holland Village. Tables and chairs were well set under a white tentage decorated with romantic lighting.And into the attic which is probably the most preferred hangout session for families especially with kids. The place is child friendly with beanbags, children tables and big teddy bears around as well as wooden rocking reindeer. This cosy area is also suitable for students for studying or even little group project discussion as there are electrical points provided.Mocha Frappe was pretty well done with a good balance of both mocha and chocolate added with whipped cream.Collected my waffle with gelato once my beeper ringed and had to head all through the stairs for my food and up again. The collection point was rather narrow and one might has to take caution in case of bumping into another person with the food on hands.I topped up my plain waffle with Strawberry ice cream at additional of $3 and enjoyed them with chocolate syrup. The waffle was rather average with no traits of fluffiness or any crispiness at its edge. However to balance out the score for the dessert, strawberry ice cream tasted quite positive to me. If you are ordering only plain waffles , you have the choice to have it served with butter or maple syrup.d'Good Cafe is definitely a good spot to chill and a place full of live for their interesting decorations and concepts. Although there are still many more cafes to visit in Singapore, I would say that there is high possibly I will be back here again, perhaps for their breakfast.For more reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.com continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-08
A young instagram-worthy cafe with different themes of decor, it is always crowded with students and youngsters even on weekdays. My favourite seat in the cafe has to be the swing seats that makes one feel like a child again. Love the coffee art there, seeing an adorable bear or Totoro makes me feel happier when enjoying my drink. The green tea latte ($7) was really nice, thumbs up! We had the sweet potato waffles too, it is quite unique compared to the usual plain waffles or waffles with ice cream. Rich with sweet potato chunks, it is a must have for the sweet potato lover, but I find the waffle slightly too dry though. Have yet to try their mains, will be back for this is fast becoming my favourite cafe to chill at in Holland Village.  continue reading
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Level3 2014-12-01
A gorgeous styled designed cafe located at Holland Village have attracted a lot of people attention especially youth or students who spend their time to study while cafe-ing. The available of cosy sofa together with styled design and furniture which looks like a library at level 2. In this level, this area is most occupied by students whom hung over with their book & laptop. It is a peaceful and quiet environment to study Full Blog review : http://cennds.blogspot.com/2013/11/d-good-cafe.htmlThere is a pretty and romantic roof - top terrace to enjoy a meal as wellBut i didn't see anyone at the terrace there when i visited it at a noon timeProbably maybe its quite hot or only available at night Another gorgeous and attractive area which is their lawn.Enjoy your the swinging moment while you eating ... If you are going at lunch time , they have a lunch time set included soup & drink. .Carbonara SpaghettiA simple spagheti served with parmesan cheese. Tasted so so, average. Not too dry and not overcooked.Egg BenedictBe careful when you cut or touch on the food of the benedict itself because the egg yolk is very easy and fast drilling down and spread around to your plate.I don't really remember on the name of the cake.. But it a cheesecake. Well made soft texture as well as the macaroon. continue reading
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