A Juicery has been renamed as “Sugarfin”.
A juice and coffee place decorated in pink and black, a slight spark of hipster element in the buzzing Lor Telok near the Raffles Place CBD. It is the on the stretch just next to Boat Quay.
The barista and juice staff were wearing bright pink lab coats, a customised pink La Marzocco espresso machine was on the counter, next to a pink flamingo soft toy, with mirrored menus hanging on pink-tiled walls.
This is a small space with limited seating, but seems full of character. The juice makers used to be an online business, and this is its first brick and mortar shop.
The focus is primarily cold-pressed juices with 16 flavours, organised in 4 main categories: Pure – greens based, Fuel – root based, Invigorate – citrus based and Calm – nut milks.
Priced at $6 for cold pressed juices, popular choices include Pyrotechnics compromising of watermelon, pineapple, lime and mint; and Marmalade Skies made with carrot, lime, mint, orange and pineapple.
I had an Iced Latte ($6) with beans from Allpress Espresso, with a tinge of natural sweetness and smooth taste. Not too acidic, not bad.
For regulars, you would know there is a *secret menu* that is not featured on the wall. Without giving too much away, you should order some of their Strawberry Latte and Chilli Chocolate Coffee ($7).
That is all I will disclose.
A Juicery also served up 3 types of wraps – Tangy Thai Chicken, Roast Chicken & Mango, Turkey Ham & Cheese ($6.80).
I was recommended the Tangy Thai Chicken Wrap ($6.80), though the Thai-ness didn’t really quite surface, and there was a weird sour tinge (think it was on the mayonnaise or cream) at some parts.
A cool pink café, pretty-looking latte, and staff dancing to Top-40s behind the counter. Juice and coffee can be fun.
21 Lorong Telok Singapore 049033
Tel: +65 6533 1303
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm (Mon – Fri), Closed Sat – Sun