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Noggi - Pure Frozen Yogurt

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by LilsxD (subscribe)
just another girl touring around looking for delicious food!
Published April 13th 2012
Five minutes and possibly even less from Strathfield station, located near the bus stops, is a popular frozen yoghurt shop that is constantly overflowed with queues morning and night. Wanting to strive for something fresh and delicious, I decided to visit. Not only do they provide a friendly and efficient service, there is also a good selection of yoghurt flavours and toppings.

The flavours include original, green tea, biscotti and pomegranate. If you are in doubt of which flavour to get, you can definitely try them out in free little cups first. And if indecisive between two flavours, there is also an option of having two flavours in a regular sized cup.


This time around, I chose a regular cup with the flavours green tea and biscotti. Although the flavours were good, I didn't really like the idea of the two flavours twisted and mixed together. Thus, that is one thing Moochi (another competitor of frozen yoghurt down the road) is better at than Noggi. At Moochi, the flavours are not mixed together but put side by side. However, in terms of yoghurt flavours and taste, I would prefer Noggi.

Noggi's flavours are more true in taste and are quite refreshing. For the three toppings, I chose blueberries, kiwi fruit and strawberries. In this case, the blueberries were sour but the other time I came at lunchtime, all the fruit toppings were very fresh and delicious.



As for my friend, he chose the green tea flavour with mochi (Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice), marshmallows and coco pops, making it quite an interesting and flavoursome combo. Depending on your mood and tastes, you may prefer much solid sweet tastes such as corn flakes or coco pops, and if you prefer something fruity and refreshing, choose fruits with your frozen yoghurt.

However, it is also possible to merely enjoy the frozen yoghurt flavours by themselves, without any toppings. My other friend chose to have the original flavour by itself and that was rather tasty on its own. Frozen yoghurt does not always need to have additional toppings in order to taste good. Having it naturally is also a good alternative.
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Why? For fresh and good frozen yoghurt.
When: Open until 12am
Where: 2/2 Albert Road, Strathfield NSW 2135
Cost: Under $15 depending on size
Your Comment
That wasn't exactly what I was looking for.
But could you please tell me the flavours?
For example, there is vanilla, taro and coconut and so on.
by Silve (score: 0|2) 1808 days ago
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