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Who could deny a cool, sweet and soothing cup of sugar-cane on a hot day? Even if it is only plain calories that it gives, it's not going to deter me from having this one cup. $1.20 per cup. A sure sign of inflation. How long ago was it when sugar cane juice was only $0.80? Sugar-cane was never my choice of beverage, especially not in the hawker centre. I was always fearful of the unhygienic way of handling and storing the sugarcane. The sugarcane seller used to rest their long sugarcane on the
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Who could deny a cool, sweet and soothing cup of sugar-cane on a hot day? Even if it is only plain calories that it gives, it's not going to deter me from having this one cup. $1.20 per cup. A sure sign of inflation. How long ago was it when sugar cane juice was only $0.80?

Sugar-cane was never my choice of beverage, especially not in the hawker centre. I was always fearful of the unhygienic way of handling and storing the sugarcane. The sugarcane seller used to rest their long sugarcane on the dirty floor. Sugarcane being porous, would suck the dirty water up like a straw. But, now-a-days, this problem was rectified by using shorter sugarcane and storing them in a box or on the rack.

This stall was clean, as far as I could see. So I decided to get a cup. Sweet, of course, what else can sugar taste like. Refreshing, needless to say. The only setback was that it was in a plastic cup, not the big glass mug. The stall also sell fresh fruit juices at $2 - $3 per cup.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2011-08-17
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$1.20