Blue Juice

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39 Cotham Hill,

(0117) 973 4800

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Review byZoe Hardie14/10/2009
This studenty joint is a great place to grab a hot wrap and go, and also serves as a bit of juice mecca for anyone looking for a healthy high.

The Venue
Blue Juice is a cute little eatery on the pleasant and varied Cotham Hill. Inside there is a wooden, rustic feel but physically there is little more to it than a food and juice bar area plus a few stalls.

Outside, a picnic table or two allow for more sitting space, but Blue Juice is really just a place to grab a healthy snack and hit the road.

The People
Most customers, in fact it would be fair to say nine out of 10, are students snacking in between lectures and, since it’s not that easy on the pocket, you will find that the richer and posher lot choose to munch here.

Because Blue Juice is small, and the clientele tend to come here in large packs, you're lucky if you find a seat. Even if you do, there is the sense that you are not at liberty to nurture a cup of coffee all afternoon. Instead, the idea is to knock back your drink and get out pronto.

The Food
Wholesome and largely nutritious food is the order of the day here, offering a more thoughtful alternative to your average sarnie-orientated cafe.

For breakfast you can get a fruit salad for £2.75 or a hearty breakfast quesadilla which is filled with eggs, bacon, tomatoes and other fry-up delights. A veggie option is available too.

Hot wraps (£3.95) and quesadillas (£3.25) are the most popular purchases here and come with all sorts of scrumptious hot and cold fillings. The black bean and cheese wrap is pretty hefty. It comes warm and oozes with gooey fillings which have a pleasant spicy aftertaste.

Also on offer is a variety of dishes with a vegetarian leaning, such as salads, tagines, falafels, lasagne and quiches. Special deals include a salad and a main course for £5.25.

The Drink
These guys obviously know a thing or two about juice and offer all sorts of fascinating blends, such as the Sex Bomb (£4) containing acai berries, mixed berries and bananas.

There's also the Code Red which merges beetroot, carrot, celery and greens. These come at £2.50 for a small and £3.50 for a large.

The Last Word
Blue Juice one of the top places in the area for grabbing a tasty and well-thought through lunch. However, it’s best to snatch it and go as the cafe is too small to accommodate the large student numbers.
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