Food Review: D'Good Cafe (revisit)

Last month's end of exams celebration meal was at D'Good Cafe! This is my second time there, and you can read about my first trip here.

Clockwise from top: Bacon Carbonara Pasta ($15), Seafood Pasta ($17.50), Fresh Sea Prawn Aglio Olio ($16)
The Bacon Carbonara Pasta ($15) was tasty, with pork bacon and linguine tossed in mixed herb cream sauce. It's creamy enough, though people won't like cream-based pasta should steer clear of this. After a while it did get a bit jelat.

The Seafood Pasta ($17.50) was 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 ($15)
I recommended this to my friend because my friend who worked here before similarly recommended this to me. Their prawns are fresh, and for this, they are rather generous with it. (Please stay that way!) The Aglio Olio was also fragrant and done al dente.

Creamy Grand Marnier Fruit Deluxe Deutsch Skillet Pancake ($12)
Wow what a mouthful. 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. What a fruity delight! I love how the pancakes were topped with plentiful of fruits (my favourite ones too), and it was visualling appealing. Taste wise, it was not bad, with the pancake tasting more custard-y and eggy. It isn't the light and fluffy kind, which is a nice change from the usual offerings of other cafes.

D'Good Cafe is a nice place for students to hang out, given its close proximity to a few schools. Plus, they have a 10% discount for students on weekdays. More reasons to go there?

D'Good Cafe
273 Holland Avenue
Singapore 278992
Sun - Fri 1000 - 2200
Sat 1000 - 2300