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(Fruit) juice bars places ?


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I think Sailor bar soi 8th
Also bar on the corner of Soi 8 and 2nd Road (unfortunately I do not know the name).

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Pick a shopping mall. They've all got them.

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on soi diana outside 7-11

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There's a few of them outside Mike shopping mall at the 2nd road entrance, on the left hand side just before you enter, 30 baht!

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I think I have seen them in all the bigger shopping centers and malls

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I go practically every day to a place on Pattayaklang (central) between 2nd and soi Bakaou. It's like 8 places in 1 with a central eating area. Right in front is a vendor who sells mango w/sticky rice for 50b. They give you a delicious fruit smoothy, a large milkshake type glass for only 30b.

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I go practically every day to a place on Pattayaklang (central) between 2nd and soi Bakaou. It's like 8 places in 1 with a central eating area. Right in front is a vendor who sells mango w/sticky rice for 50b. They give you a delicious fruit smoothy, a large milkshake type glass for only 30b.

I used to eat here all the time years ago, very good and cheap Thai-food, although it's hot like a Sauna inside!

Very delicious fruit shakes as well served in big glasses.

 

Think it's called "Maeow Lai" , The Striped Cat.

 

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They also have one downstairs in Central Mall.  It is a bit more expensive than the others, although the fruit looks cleaner than the street vendors that offer these.

 

I get these all the time.  I notice that the vendors generally pour what appears to be a sugar water solution in with them, so these shakes are probably not quite as healthy as they seem.

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Thanks all. The thing is that i do not like the Orange Juice in Asian countries. Often advertised as 30 procent pure juice !!!!!!!

I just wqnt 100 procent pure juice. Nothing else.

I didnt see many oranges being squeezed into juice around here. i see the smoothie place close to my hotel using bottled shitty fruit juice too.

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on the soi Sailor Bar .. try pinapple and mango its refreshing

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I used to eat here all the time years ago, very good and cheap Thai-food, although it's hot like a Sauna inside!

Very delicious fruit shakes as well served in big glasses.

 

Think it's called "Maeow Lai" , The Striped Cat.

 

Plahgat

 

 

aargh... no wonder I can never get one... I keep going to the Striped Pussy

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I used to eat here all the time years ago, very good and cheap Thai-food, although it's hot like a Sauna inside!

Very delicious fruit shakes as well served in big glasses.

 

Think it's called "Maeow Lai" , The Striped Cat.

 

Plahgat

 

 

been there so many times don't remember seeing a name to the place

 

they also have pretty good food, nothing fancy, with very cheap prices

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I like Sweety Pies it's a Juice and smoothie bar in Tipps plaza . I usually have one there every day to help combat the affects of the booze.

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A little off topic: do these juice bars also make fresh vegetable juice? At home I drink a blend of celery, carrot, bell pepper, kale, and cucumber. I highly recommend PA members with high blood pressure to research the benefits of celery juice

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I, too, drink fresh vegetable juice every day at home (usually kale, cucumber, celery, ginger, lemon and apple).  

 

I have not been able to find anything remotely like it here.  The juice bars I have seen do not sell vegetable juice.

 

They sell processed vegetable juice at Seven Eleven, but it tastes just like chemicals, which is probably what it is.  

 

There is a place on Second Street (close past Soi 7 I think, on the side of the street closer to the beach) that has a sign advertising fresh wheatgrass juice, although I have never actually been inside there.

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Thank you charlesd for the info - the place on second street might be worth checking out. When I was in Singapore in April, there were many juice places on the streets and in the food courts. I will stray from my diet while on holiday but always try to get in some fruit and veggies daily.

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You actually need a juicer instead of a blender. TGs will be much more important while in Patts, lol.

 

I am actually not a picky eater but try to keep things in moderation and it's no big deal if I go a few weeks without juicing while on holiday. The fruit carts/stalls will be great light breakfasts and snacks.

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