The Juice Smith was founded in 2013 by Richard Smith-Bernal, who became passionate about juicing after recovering from a gastric illness.

After meticulously researching juicing and cleansing, he wanted to make healthy delicious food available to all.

This Cobham hotspot offers a delicious menu which is 100% free from gluten, dairy, refined sugar and soya.

The Setting

Based on Cobham High Road, The Juice Smith has a sophisticated urban vibe. It’s airy, stylish and sleek with pale wood floors, white tables and metallic leather chairs.

I loved the feature, mirrored wall with uplifting quotes and leafy plant display.

It gives the whole café an eco-friendly and healthy feel. There’s also a couple of outside tables the sun is shining.>

The Little Things

The cafe had a charging point right by my table and free wifi, which makes it a great working lunch pit stop. I managed to get through some emails whilst enjoying the food and drinks. The Juice Smith is also dog friendly.

The Green Juice

I went for Fountain of Youth (cucumber, spinach, kale, mint, lemon and pink Himalayan salt).

It certainly wasn’t sweet and it really packed a refreshing punch.

Definitely my ideal green juice… I’d go so far as to give it a 10/10!

What Else?

There’s a fridge filled with delicious looking treats, nuts and a range of juices and milks to take away. And they do home delivery in the area and you can order healthy hampers or cakes.

What We Ate

I ordered the Mexican chilli bowl, which was loaded with quinoa, Mexican beans, lentils, beetroot hummus, lettuce, smokey cashew cream, tomato salsa, cucumber and sweetcorn. I absolutely loved the range of textures and flavours in this dish.

The combination of the beans, quinoa and hummous left me feeling super full and content all afternoon.

The beetroot hummus was my favourite as it was bursting with flavour and vibrant in colour!

I also ordered a matcha latte, which despite being told was unsweetened appeared very sweet.

It looked stunning, but it was a little too sweet for my palate.

My friend ordered the apple pie, which I couldn’t resit trying. It was a healthier version of a classic apple pie with maple syrup and coconut sugar- absolutely delicious, not too sweet and had the perfect filling ratio. There’s nothing worse than a poor pie to filling ratio!

The Bill

Matcha Latte – £3.00
Mexican Chilli Bowl – £8.50
Green Juice – £4.25
Apple Pie – £4.95

What Made Us Glow

The Juice Smith also has a Running Club every Wednesday Morning at 8:30am.

It’s in partnership with Sweaty Betty and caters for all abilities from beginners to marathon runners and all runners get the chance to enjoy a discounted post run breakfast with 10% off the bill.

The Juice Smith

23 Oakdene Parade,
Cobham KT11 2LR

01932 864443
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