If you’re really serious about coffee, you shouldn’t give this place a miss. Once you had your taste of d’Good coffee, you wouldn’t want to hop to anywhere else for coffee or weekend brunches. They are particular about their beans, the way the beans are roasted and even the way it was crafted by their dedicated baristas. Right here at d’Good cafe, you could customize your coffee by choosing your own blend of coffee beans and brew it exactly the way you like it. You got to name your own personalized coffee blend because it is going to be like no other coffee blends in the menu. How cool is that?
Cafe spots in Singapore are usually limited in space but not here at d’Good Cafe. It’s a 2-storey cafe with several pretty photo spots that would keep your fingers busy with the camera shutter button.
This 95-seater café is pretty big so to speak but the seats get filled up very quickly even on weekdays. I was there around 4pm on a weekday and it was already quite packed!
If you see me popping by at this cafe again, you would probably catch me having coffee and cakes with my regular brunch mates. Well, their delectable cheesecakes and gourmet coffees is the reason why I would come back for me.
This really reminds me of the coffee trail I did in Melbourne where we went around testing various types of coffee! Interested in taking up a Barista course, anyone?