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Easy squeezey: London’s best juice bars

Posted at 10:30 am, June 29, 2014 in Food & Drink

Smoothie

Central
Juice Tonic
The best juice bar of the many in Soho. Besides using top-quality ingredients, it has unusual specials such as cacao and stinky durian – £8.50, but not to be sniffed at.
3 Winnett St, W1D 6JY.

North
Whole Foods Market Café
You might expect Camden to be full of juice bars, but curiously it’s a US supermarket leading the way with a small but good example in its deli.
49 Parkway, NW1 7PN.

South
Glo
The ‘glo’ may be down to its customers’ hot yoga classes, but the great flavour combinations at this tiny juice bar should also put a beatific smile on your face.
Yogahaven, 63 Wingate Square, SW4 0AF.

East
Lovage
Window-dressing for the Ace Hotel, perhaps, but a decent variety
of great juices and smoothies made to order.
Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High St, E1 6JQ.

West
Ranoush Juice
Open until 3am daily, this Lebanese stalwart is a rough-and-ready pit stop. It’s mostly about takeaway – expect boozy queues at peak evening times.
43 Edgware Rd, W2 2JE.


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