Freshly Squeezed Fruit Juice

By mahir | March 28, 2011

It seems that there is one food that almost all cultures enjoy: freshly squeezed fruit juice. Whether at a suco stall in Rio de Janiero, Brazil or in the East Village of New York City, concoctions ranging from the familiar (banana, apple, strawberries, and orange juice) to the unusual (carrot, kale, parsley, lemon, and tomato juice) bring customers faithful and addicted.

Residents of Khar, India are no different. Fellas, a juice bar and cafe juices the freshest fruits and vegetables offering 40 varieties daily.

Frequenters of Juice Press in New York would not find a spinach, apple, pineapple, and orange juice out of place, but might take some time getting used to the canteloupe, lemon, and parsley combination.

At Fellas, you can make your visit and entire meal, pairing a juice with one of their healthy options such as brown rice with chicken, or “char-grilled pomfret baked in a banana leaf and drizzled in a green basil and herb harissa sauce.”

Juice lovers from around the globe would most likely agree that Fellas is a must-visit in Khar.

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