Pure & Natural

Pure & Natural

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1125 Ashford Ave., San Juan, , Puerto Rico

This small café and juice bar in Condado is known for its vegetarian and vegan friendly menu, as well as its signature smoothies and juice drinks. While the menu contains meat dishes, such as chicken sandwiches and salmon wraps, the vegetarian options are the main draw. Specialties include the veggie burger and the falafel and hummus sandwich. Juices and smoothies can be made to order, and popular offerings include the honey-lemon ginger juice and the Nirvanut, made with banana, peanut butter, and almond milk. The restaurant is decorated with brightly colored mosaics depicting everything from palm leaves to hibiscus flowers.

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