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Boost Juice Bars

Boost Juice Bars

Boost Juice Bars


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Located alongPaya Lebar Road and just a few minutes away fromPaya Lebar MRT Station, Boost Juice Bars is known for serving low-fat frozen yoghurt smoothies, fruit crushes, and fresh fruit and vegetable juices which will surely quench your thirst and are perfect on a hot day. They create great tasting drinks and make them as healthy as possible. All products are at least 98% fat-free with no artificial flavours, colouring, sugar or water.

MUST TRIES:Come and try their best sellers which include All Berry Bang, Mango Magic, Brekkie to Go-Go and 5-a-day Juice.

View reviews on hungrygowhere.com

Hours:
Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

Address:
10 Paya Lebar Road, #B2-K10 Plq Mall

Cuisine:
Fruits & Drinks, Juices, Snacks


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