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d'Good Café (Holland Village)

1340 Wishlisted
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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Decent if not for the fact that it tastes like coffee Cheesecake. No maple taste and no Sea Salt taste. Wonder if they gave the wrong one, but the server explained that some maple goes well w coffee????


- Black Pepper Beef Deutsh Skillet Pancake, $12
- Sweet Potato and Matcha Dutch Pamcake, $12

As described in the menu. Served initially without toast and staff quickly had it provided. Food wasn't too shabby.

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Approx 20mins wait time. Served on a hot skillet. Pretty fluffy (not too dense) pancake with pineapple chunks, cheese and ham pieces. Comfort food on a lazy day.

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Maple seasalt cheesecake is a must try when you are at D' Good cafe.

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d’Good Café at Holland Village is nothing short of a humble establishment serving up simple yet satisfying plates, alongside pleasant service from the friendly staff and a warm, comfortable setting that makes you feel right at home. My previous visits to the establishment always included a plate of Forest Mushroom and Striploin Beef pasta ($16), served with a rich Rosé sauce that I can only describe as one of the best pasta accompaniments I have ever had the pleasure of tasting. This time round, the Bacon Cabonara ($16) would come as a contender to simplicity, served with pork bacon, a somewhat disappointing poached-turned-soft-boiled egg and coated in Parmigiano cheese cream sauce. The pasta itself was rich with its unmistakably eggy flavour, and the crisp shards of bacon gave a burst of welcome salinity and savouriness to the dish.