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Located at one corner of the vibrant Holland Village, human traffic at d'Good Cafe seems like never end. This 2-storey cafe is always packed with visitors, both on weekdays and weekends. They have several dining spots with different atmosphere, like outdoor alfresco dining area overlooking the Holland Village vicinity, mini lawn with lovely swings, and indoor area which is suitable for studying or doing school project. Unfortunately, I didn't manage to take picture of the wonderful interior. I w
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Located at one corner of the vibrant Holland Village, human traffic at d'Good Cafe seems like never end. This 2-storey cafe is always packed with visitors, both on weekdays and weekends. They have several dining spots with different atmosphere, like outdoor alfresco dining area overlooking the Holland Village vicinity, mini lawn with lovely swings, and indoor area which is suitable for studying or doing school project. Unfortunately, I didn't manage to take picture of the wonderful interior. I was on the 'studying' area by the time I was there, and I found it awkward since among all people there, was only my friends and I who didn't do any schooling stuff haha. It was very tranquil there, we tried not to disturb those diligent youngsters with our loud conversations 


As the price is nett here (no GST and service charge), you have to order at the counter, pay, and wait for your order to be prepared, and pick it up once it is ready. They use the beeper system, and for me it who sat on the third floor, it was quite troublesome to head down to second floor to order, go back to wait for my food, and head down again to pick up my food. Had to use the staircase back and forth >< (although they do have a small lift with four people capacity to ease the mobility - nice idea, but I just don't find it efficient for order-and-collect activities).

Now let's move on to the meal... I have heard that they serve decent range of coffee with cute latte art, however I was not in the mood for caffeine though, so I just ordered their dessert.
Plain Waffle
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Plain Waffle - $4. My friend ordered plain waffle with maple syrup (there are choices of maple and chocolate syrup).
Plain Waffle w/ Cookies n Cream Gelato
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Plain Waffle - $4 (+ additional cookies & cream gelato for $3). I felt like it was too plain for having waffle without ice cream, thus I added a scoop of of cookies & cream gelato on it. The waffle was decent, but not the best I've ever had. Tasted just average, and for the gelato, I don't get why they name it gelato. It didn't resemble gelato at all.

I will gladly be back! By far, it is probably a cafe with the most comfortable and homey atmosphere I've ever visited in Singapore. For you who are curious about how the cafe looks like, just make your way to Holland Village and pay a visit at d'Good Cafe. Try exploring different dining area in every visit 
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$7 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
Plain Waffle w/ Cookies n Cream Gelato