Taken in a chill out area at one of Sydney's most popular juice bars.
Whether you're after a healthy food fix in a hurry, and/or you're on a detox program - you've just allowed another Sydney juice bar to come to the rescue. We don't mind waiting for a fruit and/or vegetable concoction that spells convenience. One had to forego her daily wheatgrass shot this morning due to the queues. Never mind. Even if a particular juice bar has a loyalty program or not, we're hooked. Then again, not all of us are keen to re-mortgage our homes to invest in a high tech juicer - to prepare our own juices the way we like them. Which juice bar do you go to, for your fruit and/or vegetable skin glowing fix? What juice do you normally go for? How often do you go? Do any other factors appeal to you, when choosing a juice bar? For example, whether or not you can buy a chocolate dipped strawberry or some kale chips simultaneously? Whether or not any hot, healthy drinks are also available? Wheatgrass shots as well? The service?
Top Juice at Food on Five, Westfield Sydney. It is always busy, and the service is fantastic. Love their vegetable juices, and you can also buy decent sized chocolate dipped strawberries for only $2.50. The image on this article was taken there, at a intimate sit down area of this shop.
I am a fan of Boost Juice bars. Excellent choice of fresh squeezed juices - one can choose fromethe ones on themenu, or create their own -great place to trydifferent fruit- vegetable combinations.
Great smoothies and dairy free crushes too, with a big range of " boosts" available, yummy snacks and yogurts.
They also have very good loyalty program, oh! the joy of being told by the very friendly staff that today's drink is free :)