It's a really hot day today and this ice blended soursop drink is so refreshing and perfect! Usually the original iced soursop drink have lots of seeds in it and it can be quite troublesome to remove the seeds from your mouth each time. Also, most of the stalls add the artificial syrup and it is not as shiok as this stall, which you can really tell that the stall owner uses fresh soursop. There are also other flavours like avocado, soursop with plum, dragonfruit etc. At $2.50 for such a big cup of pure goodness, it is so worth it! Though I have never tasted many soursop drinks in my life to fairly judge the standard, the ice blended soursop is highly recommended and you will definitely not regret it! ;)
It's the first time that I've seen a fruit juice stall specialising in soursop juice. My hubby highly recommended this stall to me (and he doesn't even like soursop that much) so I had to try it when I was here. I got the ice-blended soursop drink ($2.50). The balance of sweet and sour was just right and the drink was very refreshing. You can tell that quite a fair amount of actual soursop was used to make the drink and not too much syrup was added. An excellent drink to accompany the good food at this food centre
This food centre is not only famous for many stalls selling the chilled beancurd but also quite a few stalls selling the soursop drink.
This has been one of my favourite drinks and i will only order from this stall. I do not need to try the rest to know this stall serves the best soursop drink. I have been patronising this stall since a decade ago and their standard has been consistent all these years.
For $2.50, there are a good handful of soursops in the drink. The slightly sweetish taste of the soursop blended in well with the sourish taste of the green lime to give it a refreshing feel.
They do serve the ice blended version if you do not like having the soursop bits to jam up your straw.
This stall used to be at the food centre opposite the botanic garden decades ago. They have since moved here from there for more than a decade too. This stall is famous for the soursop drink. They served it with quite a bit of soursop in the drink then added in the crushed ice to chill it. Each of this soursop is painstakingly extracted from the fruit to make into this drink. I would not mind paying a little higher for such a drink. This is definitely a cooling drink to recommend for the crazy hot weather we have these days.
there are quite a few sour sop drinks in this hawker centre but this is the best in our opinion. it costs the same in the whole hawker centre. the sour sop here is their specialty. they also have a loyalty program here. the sour sop is very fresh and there is very white and sweet. the addition of the fresh lime is great. you can mix the sour sop with other fruits that they have. service is fast and efficient. the place looks quite clean as well. they don't fill up the cup with ice, which is great as you get more sour sop!
the sour sop drink was great. cost $2.50. lots of pulp. yum! very fresh fruit. with a lime piece in the juice. you can have it with lemon or other combination of sour sop drink. there are other juices at this stall but mostly soup sop. they use a machine to seal the drink now. and provide spoons to scoop the pulp. the sour sop fruit pulp was very fresh and you can taste it, as if you just opened the fruit yourself! and it was quite sweet - but not sure if they added any sugar syrup.
Very good sour sop drink. I see the lady makes it by scooping the sour sop from a big container into a plastic cup and adds some ice and a lemon. Not sure when the sour sop was extracted from the fruit or whether sugar was added. It tastes good enough.
The lady at the store is really old - around 80? Sometimes it's just her minding the store. but she's quick enough and efficient enough. Each cup costs about $2.50. You can have it as shaved ice dessert with other fruits like fruit cocktail or mango or longan. This store only sells sour sop based drinks. Sometimes there are other fruits in the fridge and some jellies. Not sure how fresh they are.
Store is located in the quiet back corner, where it's not a popular area, unlike the middle of the food centre. So there's usually no queues unless there's suddenly a craving by many people for sour sop. There are other sour sop stalls but this one is a dedicated sour sop stall.