Top Places summery juices/coolers in SoBo

Parmesha Fast Food Corner

Parmesha is the place to go for a great range of chilled fruit juices. Right next to the Stock Exchange, Parmesha offers some normal and some innovative juices. The owner loves to experiment and invent. He blends different flavours to come up with whacky concoctions with equally bizzare names, like, Encounter juice, Grand mix juice, and Bon Chilar juice.

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Specials: Encounter juice, Bon Chilar juice, Seasonal fruits juices like Sitaphal and Mangoes
Timing: 8 am to 8.30 pm (Monday to Saturday)
Landmark: Bombay Stock Exchange

Coconut Water Vendors

The healthiest way to beat the Mumbai heat is to go natural. Coconut water, one of the best natural resources to hydrate, is readily available in Mumbai. In SoBo, Chowpatty has numerous coconut vendors who sell fresh coconut water.

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Specials: Coconuts with extra malai (soft coconut layer)
Timing: Nothing specific
Landmark: Chowpatty

Kandeel Juice Centre

Kandeel juice centre in Fort has a variety of sweet fruit juices. His sweet mango juice and the tangy orange are not to be missed.

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Specials: Watermelon juice
Timing: 9am to 8pm
Landmark: Fort

Mohammad’s  Stall

Try the kaala khatta juice at this charming little place. It is a blessing when your body is dehydrated in Mumbai’s hot and humid weather. And for just ten bucks!

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Specials: Nimbu paani, kaala khatta juice
Timing: Not Specific
Landmark: Next to Sasoon Building, Kala Ghoda

Sugarcane Juice Centres in Colaba, Kala Ghoda and Fort

A good way replenish the sugar and salt lost to sweating in the sun is to go for sugarcane juice. It’s chilled, sweet, and will instantly make you feel better. Karamat Sugarcane Juice Center in Colaba, Kala Ghoda Juice Centre and others offer this drink in three different sizes – full, large, and jumbo for rupees 10, 15, and 20, respectively.

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Specials: The Jumbo Sugarcane Juice glass
Timing: 8 am to 9 pm
Landmark: Across footpaths of Colaba, Kala Ghoda, and Fort

Content and Image Courtesy:Maitryee Mhatre

 

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