Yo Mama is a newcomer to the Fro-Yo scene, strikingly similar to the popular YoChi. It has an identical set-up, with your frozen yoghurt journey beginning at the yoghurt dispensers, in delectable flavours such as dragonfruit, chocolate, and tropical coconut.
First stop: pick your flavour(s) from the ever-changing range.
Then, you move to the toppings station, which has an assortment of treats such as fruit pearls, chocolates, chopped up fruit and more. The toppings available change regularly, so there is always something new and exciting.
The topping bar has plenty of tempting options.
Finally, your frozen yoghurt is weighed to determine the price. At $2.80 per 100 grams, yoghurt at Yo Mama is exactly the same price as its competitors.
Frozen yoghurt from Yo Mama.
My frozen yoghurt, which is in a small sized container, cost just under $10. The more you load up your fro-yo, the more it costs; expect to pay about $12 to $15 for a larger serve.
As might be expected from its name referencing the juvenile style of joke, Yo Mama is popular among local high school students, who flood in at the end of each school day. It is also quite a popular spot on hot summer nights.