Juice bars have just started catching on in Taiwan, and they are popping up all over Taipei. For the best of Taipei’s juice bars, you have to check out the places below.
Juice*8’s premise is pretty basic, that the less they do to juice, the better. They take fresh fruits and vegetables, extract the juice, then add a bit of honey. This summer they will be launching juice ice pops, the perfect juice alternative for a hot Taipei day! They currently have three locations, check their “shops” page for addresses and business hours.
2) Happy Inn Juice Bar
Thirsty after a day of shopping? Happy Inn Juice Bar has seven locations, located in department store food courts around the city. They are truly no-frills about their fresh juice, so they don’t have any specialty offerings that make them stand out like the other juice bars in this guide. But if you want a simple blended fresh fruit juice with easy-to-find locations in any major shopping area, Happy Inn is a perfect fit.
JUICEIN is fairly new to the game, but sets itself apart with a focus on cold pressed juice cleanses. They even offer a weight loss cleanse program. Just stop by their shop or contact them for more information. Currently they offer 12 different juice blends, but to ensure what you want is in stock when you go, you may want to call them in advance to order. Located near Zhongxiao Dunhua exit 3, open Monday – Saturday 11am – 7pm, Sunday 12pm – 6pm
4) Woogo Juice
Woogo Juice’s focus is actually American-style smoothies, a rare treat in Taiwan. Most “smoothies” in Taiwan are made with blended ice, which gives them a crunchy texture. Woogo uses non-fat yogurt, along with fresh fruit juice and whole fruits to blend their smoothies. They are also located by Zhongxiao Dunhua MRT exit 3, and are open Sunday-Thursday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm, and Friday and Saturday: 11:00 am-11:00 pm.
Know of any other juice bars in Taipei? Let me know if there are any you think I should try out!