Didn't like. They got the order wrong. Over charged us. The cheese is so disgusting. And any shake we picked they didn't have.
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Delicious, simple, fast. Quick snack at the counter or stay for a while and keep ordering. My best advice for non-Portuguese speakers is to find something someone else is eating and point to it to order. So many tropical local fruits - pick a juice you've never heard of and you won't be disappointed.
What a great place to stumble on! Fruit and juice that you will have never heard of and never will again. Quite a menu of smoothies, take a punt!
We loved this place, full of locals, a massive menu of juices from Amazonian fruits, good value, and the most delicious sandwiches.
<5 min walk from Theatro Amazonas. Seems like a local favourite. Was packed both times I went. Awesome fresh juices. Tried out many local fruits such as Guarana, Acerola, Graviola, Cupaucu, Jenipao, Tempereba etc. Must visit.
It is a busy snackbar: a lot of people come here for a refreshing pitstop while walking up and down in downtown. There's no tables: you just seat in the counter and ask for your favorite juice. All of them are totally natural and freshly made and come in hearty, plentiful amount. "Cupuaçu" fruit, "taperebá" fruit or "guaraná" are a... More
This is the place to take a break from the hot weather and drink a cold and delicious juice. You have plenty to choose and you can pick a great sandwich to follow.
When you are wandering over the streets of Manaus, sweating desperately, thirsty and starving to death, without knowing where to have a decent meal, you thank goodness to find a Skina dos Sucos in any of many blessed corners around downtown to have a cold fruit juice and try their hot dog to finally disguise your stomach and go on... More
I skipped all the usual fruit juices like orange juice, coconut juice or strawberry juice etc. I went for the exotic fruits that I never saw before. I tried graviola, cupuacu, guarana etc. My favorite is definitely cupuacu! The food there doesn't look very appetizing to me. They are mostly either fried or toasted dough with ham and cheese inside.... More
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