Thursday, May 16, 2013


The large sign says it all.

 I’m sure you guys have heard of the Juju Cleanse program. For those who live in the boondocks, Juju Cleanse program is designed to give your body a break from all the bad stuff we’ve been putting in our bodies—it focuses on digesting nutrients and flushing out the toxins and junk stuff. It promotes hydration and alkalinity in the body to reduce the foothold of the bad stuff.  Now that you have more or less an idea of what Juju Cleanse is all about, allow me to introduce you to a healthier dining experience through Juju Eats. I’ve recently discovered Juju Eats through an event invitation, not really for my food blog, but for Purple Plum Fairy. But I felt the need to share with you this special dining establishment as it promotes good health and healthy eating. Juju Eats takes a new spin on salad as it has about 50 toppings and dressings and more than 5000 combinations to try and choose from. How’s that for a great meal?

Juju Cleanse in different flavors

A lady prepares your salad in front of you.

 Located at Chino Roces Avenue Extension (formerly Pasong Tamo), Juju Eats boasts of impressive salads and healthy pasta that will surely satisfy your hunger. There are the classic salads such as the best-selling Ay Caramba! (housemix, grilled chicken, nacho chips, roasted red pepper, pickled jalapeno, red kidney beans, corn, grated cheddar, salsa and a special dressing.), Big Boy (consists of romaine, grilled chicken, bacon, hard boiled egg, sun dried tomato, red kidney beans, grated cheddar, roasted red pepper and French dressing),Chicken Caesar (romaine, grilled chicken, parmesan, bacon, herb croutons, Caesar dressing), Greek Salad(housemix, feta cheese, black olives, sundried tomatoes, red onions, cucumbers, balsamic vinegar), Inasal Salad (housemix, pork inasal, green mango, feta cheese, cherry tomato, red onion, hardboiled egg, balayan dressing), Roast Pumpkin (housemix, roasted pumpkin, feta, bacon, parmesan, sun dried tomatoes, balsamic dressing),Roasted Veg Pasta (fusili pasta, roasted red pepper, grilled zucchini, grilled eggplant, herb dressing),Tabbouleh Salad(housemix, roasted Mediterranean veggies, tabbouleh, herb dressing),Thai Beef Salad(housemix, Thai beef strips, carrots, red capsicum, cashew nuts, mint, Thai basil, cilantro, Asian dressing) and Tuna Nicoise Pasta (fusili pasta, tuna flakes, French beans, hardboiled egg, sun dried tomatoes, black olives, honey mustard dressing). 
Lots of choices to choose from.

Different salad dressings from caesar to vinaigrette

BigBoy Salad

Greek Salad

 Juju Eats also allows you to become creative with your own food. Juju Eats offers a create-your-own salad with five simple steps: pick if it’s for a bowl or a wrap. Regular bowls for a personal salad is at Php185; half order is at Php135 and wrap salad for Php135. You may choose your own salad base: housemix (a selection of lettuce, red and green cabbage etc.), romaine lettuce or pasta. Then, choose up to three free toppings, an added extra topping is optional and then pick your own dressing!

 To quench your thirst, Juju Eats also offers refreshments such as cold-pressed fresh fruit juices and beverages like soda, slush and of course the Juju Cleanse Solos (250ml each). For coffee drinkers, Juju Eats also has locally roasted coffee, both hot and cold ones. I’ve tried their fresh ripe mango slush, and it’s good to know they do not use any sugar or any artificial flavor for the slush. You’ll get all-natural mango slush sans any sweetener. As I wolfed down on my Greek Salad that afternoon, I knew I’m making my body feel better knowing fully well that I’m taking in organic veggies and naturally fresh fruit juice. They say that the more greens you eat, the healthier you will become. Hurray for a new concept salad resto such as Juju Eats!

Juju Eats' ripe mango slush

Visit Juju Eats at the G/F BCS Building, 2297 Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Makati City. They also deliver via CityDelivery, call 8787878 or log on to For further information, visit their site at or call 551-3968.
Disclaimer: I am not compensated for this post. Opinions expressed are 100% my own. 


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