Review: Tian Mi Sugar Cane (Singapore)



Kovan 209 Food Centre Singapore

Tian Mi Sugar Cane

serves sugarcane juice that is both sweet and refreshing. Good!

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Sugarcane Juice

Tian Mi Sugar Cane serves sugarcane juice that is true to its name. Its sugarcane juice is sweet and refreshing. I like this better than the other more popular stall Qing Liang Traditional Sugarcane Juice. Give this a try, you would probably like it. It is good. Recommended.


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