Some sweet cherry has found its way to Oxford Square in Darlinghurst, to cool us all down in the warmer weather. Even if the weather is not so great in Sydney and you love your frozen yoghurt, then Cherrypick Frozen Yoghurt on Oxford Street should still be your frozen yoghurt destination.
Cherrypick opened on Friday, the 9th of November. Already a decent number of customers are flocking for either their biscotti, chocolate, vanilla and pomegranate frozen yoghurt. A variety of different fruit toppings, such as nectarine, kiwifruit and strawberry can be chosen. On the naughtier side, Oreo chocolate pieces and vanilla wafers are only two of many sweeter topping choices you can choose to enjoy with your frozen yoghurt here.
Their cherry logo is something special. Why? The cherry logo was designed by someone who works for Walt Disney and designs his logos. Pretty cool. Daniel, the owner has travelled and spent some time in America and found that there was a great opportunity to bring the 'fro-yo' revolution to Australia. He embarked on this journey with his wife while working as a chartered accountant at Macquarie Bank 18 months ago. He discovered that fro-yo began in Honolulu, and therefore decided to leave the corporate world and pursue his passion for food.
As a result, Daniel decided to only sell organic frozen yoghurt with healthy probiotic cultures in making way for a healthy, guilt free treat. Upon giving their pomegranate frozen yoghurt a try, I agree. This frozen yoghurt was full of fruity flavour without being too creamy. This healthy treat was also rather filling, and made way for a great treat walking along Hyde Park back to the city. I did not bother with any toppings, as I had lunch elsewhere prior. Cherrypick Frozen Yoghurt are committed to continuous research, and hence ensuring that their yoghurt is healthy in tandem with providing great customer service. On that note, you're also served quite quickly here. And attentively too.
In addition to selling frozen yoghurt, Cherrypick also sell some cupcakes for a sweeter indulgence. The Lavender Honey cupcake is something different, and it sticks out at you from where the chocolate cupcakes are positioned in store. This frozen yoghurt establishment is like a little cafe with some space to eat in and enjoy your treats should you choose. Daniel says that he is working on the ambience. So far, so good. This is why he designed a blue sky theme on the ceiling, with cherry trees at eye view. A different and unique frozen yoghurt establishment to hit Sydney in a positive and healthy way. An inviting ambience is definitely enjoyed. Kudos also goes to his wife for taking a full three days out of her schedule to help him set up shop in busy Oxford Street.