Forget coffee shops, it seems a new juice bar is opening every week in London. Confused about which ones to try, and why?
Here we reveal the five best in the city…More
What? Founded by Joe Cross star of documentary ‘Sick, Fat and Nearly Dead’.
Why visit? The Juice Well boasts unusual concoctions like Hunger Buster, £5 with chia gel, galia melon, vanilla extract and charcoal. Or, try the E3 Live Shot, £5 a potent algae with over 65 vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids that you can down in one or add to a juice.
Cost: The Juice Well isn’t cheap – juices and tonics from £3.50, smoothies from £7. You can get fresh drinks made, or select from the fridges full of pre-made juices.
ELLE loves: Anti Bloat Tonic, £3, with fennel, pear, ginger and lemon it’s the perfect post-lunch shooter to satiate a sweet tooth.
Location: 4 Peter Street, London thejuicewell.co.uk
What? An organic, cold-pressed, organic juicery in the heart of London.
Why visit? Asides from the super healthy juices, Juice Tonic has a selection of restorative fresh-made teas, ‘living food’ meals, alongside energy protein-rich balls and raw treats to choose from.
Cost: Around £4 for a smoothie and £6 for a juice.
ELLE loves: Tonic Warrior tea, £4.50 with green tea, ginger, echinacea, zinc and raw honey - ideal if you feel like you’re ‘coming down with something’.
Location: 3 Winnett Street, Soho juicetonic.com