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D’Good Cafe

d'good cafe cover

Its cheesy name raises eyebrows and gathers slaps of mockery but I had heard many good (pun intended) things about D’Good Café and finally got the chance to check it out over brunch with two of my favourite girls two weeks ago.

interior

Don’t be fooled by what seems to be limited seating. There’s a reason why the tables aren’t all full at 11 on a Saturday — there are two storeys to this joint. D’good Cafe occupies level 2 and 3 of the shophouse that plies the same stretch as Starbucks and Hatched. For those unable to climb the stairs, fret not! You can take the elevator located through the glass doors of the clinic below. The cafe, ingested with rather adorable traces, is divided into four sections: The Bar, The Lawn (Level 2), The Attic & The Balcony (Level 3), which are all pretty self explanatory.

crab cake pieCrab Cake Pie

english breakfastEnglish Breakfast

breakfast overview

Their English Breakfast was huge and clearly included all the various elements one could want in the platter. While the scrambled eggs looked stunning, it was shy of great flavours. I prefer them a tad more moist and if possible, explosive with butter. The mushrooms scored a bitter vote and I wished the tomato was slightly more seasoned. All in all, it wasn’t the best English Breakfast I’ve tasted but the coffee sure made up for the lack thereof in that department.

With limited food items on their menu and the sight of ginormous coffee equipment, it was clear that D’good Cafe spares no mercy in brewing up excellent cuppas to shake you awake from that morning daze.

lamp

upstairsI didn’t get to go upstairs but if you want to, the hidden stairwell is located right beside the swing seats.

swing seat

figurines

coffee machine

decor

bicycleI’m surprised no one has whisked this away. Similar thoughts, anyone?

display

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shop

d'good cafe sign

I love cafes that boast accessibility. They’re perfect for lazy days where you just want to get places fast, without having to climb ruddy hills or suffer the merciless rays of the sun that wimps the life out of that hair you spent an hour on. It also puts you in a splendid mood so you take true sips of your latte without distracting thoughts that pound on you when you’re in a fluster. So there we have it — D’Good Cafe. Really good.

D’Good Café
Address: 273 Holland Avenue #02-01/02, Singapore 278992
Tel: 6219 9807

Mon – Thu: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sun: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Nearest MRT: Holland Village

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