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d'Good Café (Holland Village)

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Whimsical yet cosy, enjoy comfort food and chill out at our 2-storey café comprising four different settings– The Bar, The Lawn, The Attic and The Balcony. Sip coffee and savour goodness in different instagrammable spots.

273 Holland Avenue
Singapore 278992

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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$13++. This has always been one of my favorites - though it’s a bit expensive it tastes real good & it’s a good place to sit and chill or do work (provided it’s not their peak hours)

I think the standard of this original branch and Ngee Ann City branch is different. The truffle fries isn't as nice, crisp, and truffle-y here. It seems this branch uses truffle mayo while the other ones uses one without much mayo. I prefer the Ngee Ann City's. The waitstaff here also seemed very lost (or secretive?) about their d'unknown white brew and how different it is to their standard white brew. At Ngee Ann City at least they assured the customer that it is equally drinkable.

Relatively affordable and delicious!!! Pancake came fresh from the oven and pasta came with many fresh clams!

This pasta is unique, but just okay. Price is $13.9.

got pastas at d’Good because they were having 50% off the second main! this pasta came with quail eggs, cherry tomatoes and pork shabu shabu slices. i was surprised that the dish came in this bOwl-plate like hybrid but i should have known!! Not particularly fancy, but i appreciated that the serving of cherry tomatoes were generous. The soup was not too thick, with just enough flavour. Enjoyed this because it was linguine + tomato based pasta + soup! You get to choose the noodle type for the pasta available here. We had a choice between linguine and another type that starts with c but i cant... rEmember the name...

I was very confused by this...appearance-wise, it looked a lot like a prawn omelette I would order at a zichar restaurant. Perhaps that had some impact in influencing how it tasted to me - an eggy sort of pancake (???) Thoroughly confused, but still a nice dish to eat in a café with friends. They are definitely not stingy on the plump prawns and generous serving of salted egg sauce!