It has been a long time coming, and as of the 19th of July 2012, Moochi finally opened its doors to some yoghurt hungry city dwellers at the urban (underground) level of Westfield Sydney. The pink parade was out and about handing out $2 regular frozen yoghurt discount vouchers to entice people to open up sesame. This voucher also entitled the bearer to three toppings of their choice. Maybe good luck does come in threes. Maybe it's time to join the frozen yoghurt revolution at long last, on this end of the city.
Queues were expected, yet the wait was quite worth it. Pomegranate ice cream with lychee, green tea and kiwifruit anyone? If not, there is an abundance of choices available to suit your mood. This was the type of frozen yoghurt I went for anyway. I initially wanted a green tea frozen yoghurt, yet it wasn't available.
The bright pink parade were in force. You might be forgiven for thinking that the Easter Bunny has knocked on your doorstep. Good things do come to those who wait at times. The staff were super efficient and rather friendly. It was a pity that some of the topping choices were not available on opening day. Maybe they might have run out of stock.
Moochi claim that their frozen yoghurts are low in fat and high in calcium with active cultures. The kiwifruit pieces were quite fresh, while the lychee was a little sweet. On second thoughts (it is easy to feel like a kid in a candy store for a moment) the M&M pieces was inappropriate. It would have been ideal if I had gone for another fruit piece. Opting for the regular, the yoghurt was quite filling.
There are four different size portions available: mini, regular, big and massive. There is a choice of 11 different pieces of fruit and 16 dry toppings. Sauce toppings from chocolate (all types) to strawberry and honey sauce are also available. This shop has a lot of potential. Nearby Boost Juice was rather quiet for a change. Only time will tell if this establishment continues to do well, especially with the odd free entertainment in nearby Pitt Street Mall.
The pictures speak for themselves. Pomegranate frozen yoghurt. Rather refreshing, and made way for a guilt free afternoon tea experience prior to indulging in some alcoholic pleasures around the city afterwards.
Hi, I tasted your yoghurt at the Easter show yesterday and loved it.
Can I just say though, the service wasn't very good. The staff were very friendly but it took too long to get served.
There was only 1 girl serving and taking the money and 1 getting the orders while the other 3 or 4 were sometimes handing out samples.
I'm sure you would have lost many customers. There should be 2 taking orders and money to speed it up.
Also, the que was in the wrong place. It blocked people walking past and left a jumbled feeling in the area.
Hope this helps you with it for next year.
Just one more thing......do you have the nutritional information for the yoghurt?