Urban Projuice

I’ve wanted to visit Urban Projuice for ages. After being taunted by their alluring Insta photos, and reading some positive reviews, my sights were set on the health-focused cafe.

Brunching on a weekday, I arrived to the cafe in awe – located in the most gorgeous old townhouse, it fitted in flawlessly with the affluent suburb of Albert Park.


Even for a weekday morning, the cafe was pumping (given its suburban location, I’d imagine this place would be super popular on weekends).



Snickers bowl – a blend of caco powder, natural peanut butter, banana, almond milk & dates, topped with seasonal fruits, nuts, seeds and superfoods $16 (I added protein powder $2)

Presentation was impeccable, and the quality of the ingredients was high, but sadly, this bowl left something to be desired. The flavours worked well together, but I would have preferred more of a punch (flavour wise) to the bowl. I found it too watery for my liking.

The staff were fantastic – warm, welcoming, and very attentive. And the interior of the cafe is utterly charming – tastefully decorated, and the characteristics of the old townhouse gives the venue a very refined feel.

Despite my rating of the snickers bowl, there’s a lot to like about Urban Projuice. Fantastic location, great staff, and plenty of nutritious menu options (not to mention the gorgeous townhouse itself).

Until next time, keep smiling.


Urban Projuice Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

The Smiling Foodie

Food blogger, clean eating and fitness. Former Adelaide boy, now living in Melbourne.

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