Tracy Juice Culture - Fortune Centre

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    ( 11 reviews )
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190 Middle Rd, #01-34, Fortune Centre, Central Singapore, Singapore, 188979

Healthy juices and smoothies bar with several locations in Singapore. Uses fresh fruits and vegetable. A few food items available. Dairy free though honey is used. Owners are dedicated to teaching holistic lifestyle practices. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-7:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Juice bar, Take-out, Asian, Honey

11 Reviews

First Review by Peace ...

Special Udon was indeed special - Edit

Expectation was high the moment the bowl was presented to me, cause the stock base looks and smells so good already. Wasn’t disappointed at all, the mushroom stock base was thick, meaty, creamy and simply delicious. To be honest, the rest of the ingredients were normal, but the stock base itself made me want to have another bowl.

Pros: Delicious mushroom udon , Fresh ingredients , Generous portion

Cons: Small food menu, Small space (limited seatings)

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Nice hot dessert and special udon - Edit

I love their hot dessert. Their yam paste soup always a fast sold out.

Their udon is very different from the Japanese style and you must give it a try! :) Quite a big portion of udon

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favourite red bean soup!! - Edit

My go-to place for red bean soup, which is Super dense with loads of ingredients, filling and sinfully sweet at the same time. I also really love their wild grain porridge, with its thick gooey texture and interesting mixture of tastes.

My friend bought the much raved about udon, which is very unique. The soup has an umami taste with generous portions of vegetables and mushrooms, of which the mushrooms are actually very meaty. Even my Friend who is a carnivore thought this was pretty interesting and tasty

Pros: comfort food, filling, consistent quality

Cons: pricey

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Udon was too salty > - Edit

Tried their special udon but it was too salty for me >

Cons: Too salty

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Mushroom Udon is a must try - Edit

Nothing much to say. You have to try it to know if you love it or not. But everyone i've brought to try loves it. (:

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fast & tasty - Edit

Nice selection of smoothies some with innovative local ingredients.

Refreshing.

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for all mushroom lovers: flavourful mushroom udon - Edit

For mushroom lovers out there: the special Tracy's udon has a thick gravy made of mushroom soup.. one can taste the different Flavours of mushrooms and it's a very rich broth. Good to try once!

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Confirmed open October 2016 - Edit

Special healthy freshly pressed juices and smoothies and deserts. Not cheap.
Try the Kaya Pumpkin desert!



Updated from previous review on 2016-09-01

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Good smoothie - Edit

Kind of pricey but still highly recommend the avocado kiwi oat smoothie (6$). Although this particular one isn't suitable for vegans as it has honey in it.
The ingredient lists are on the window, as well as the health benefits of each smoothie !

Cons: Expensive

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Great juicing - Edit

I only had a takeaway juice so can't justify a higher score, but I was impressed and if I hadn't eaten so much food today may have tried something.
Limited food options, but a strong emphasis on well being.
All juice had the benefits of each ingredient, and my juice was tasty.

Pros: location, Staff, Healthy

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Simple Beauty of Vegan Food that added diversities - Edit

Vegetarianism or Veganism has added colour or diversities to the food culture in various ways. For a quick example, due to the restriction of some strict vegetarian, it leads to the creation of simple yet delicious dishes which also nourishes the body.


As some strict vegetarian do not consume egg therefore the alternative substitution for Egg Kaya is Pumpkin Kaya or Sweet Potato Kaya. Not only it benefits vegan and vegetarian, it is also suitable for those allergic to egg or dislike egg, or those hesitant to consume food that uses large amount of eggs. If you like Kaya, you will like this pumpkin kaya too, so how about getting a small tub @ S$4 for bread or pancake spread.

Yammy Lotus is a bit similar to Or Nee (Yam/Sweet Taro Dessert). Yam or Sweet Taro is very common but not purple yam which is nourishing and reliving fatigue. So far, I could not even get Purple Yam in the wet market or supermarket. It has with Purple Yam Chunks and lotus seeds in it, but I prefer that the purple yam paste to be smoother like the Or Nee paste. I would think this Purple Yam Dessert can be further enhanced, to be a cold dessert too for those who like it cold.

Service - Yes , I am impressed by their staff. There was once when I purchase their nutty paradise. When I passed them my hot flask, they went an extra mile to re-heat the nutty paradise prior pouring into my hot flask, so that I can a piping hot drink that I like.

Must Tries: Pumpkin Kaya,Yammy Lotus

Pros: Excellent Service, Healthy Food, Power Juices

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