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Image 1 of 19 | Image credits: River Garden Coffee House and Terrace
River Garden Coffee House and Terrace's dessert spread
Image 2 of 19 | Image credits: River Garden Coffee House and Terrace
River Garden Coffee House and Terrace (Address: 382 Havelock Road, Riverview Hotel | Tel: 6349 4871 | Opening hours: Daily noon-3pm | Price: $38.80 per person, $59.80 per person with free-flow house beer, $25.80 per child) isn’t your ordinary brunch of bite-sized delicacies most hotels offer: for three hours, this 24-hour restaurant offers free-flow of beer, which alone gives you your money’s worth.
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