Return of the Smoothie Trend?
One of the things I noticed recently about the local food scene is that there is a lack of smoothie bars in Singapore. It's something that peeves me a bit, as I am trying to stay away from ice blended coffees. Also, caffeine only serves as a quick fix. Once the effects go away, you become more tired than ever. Juices, however, does the work of waking you up differently, and it stay that way throughout.
I was figuratively jumping for joy when I spotted this place. Many of the smoothies bars I frequented in the past has since relocated or winded up their business. So it was a cause of celebration for me to see one again.
I have to admit it is on the pricey side at $7 for a medium-sized cup. Add on to the conservative menu, it is not hard to see why the crowds are not lining up at the counter.
The flavours are pretty standard fare for a smoothie bar with the usual suspects of mango, banana, berries and pineapple and combinations. Despite this, the taste of their smoothie is among the better ones I have tried, which is the main reason that I will be a return customer. And of course, drinking a smoothie gives me an illusion that I am having something healthy.
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