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Yogurt World - Westfield Sydney

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
More of my written work, including my books: www.smashwords.com/profile/view/JustineCrowley Runs the following sites: www.sydneyfoodlovers.com.au www.selfavenue.com www.sydneyfun.com.auhttp://www.sydney.toopa.com
Published December 31st 2012
Update November 16th 2015
This venue is no longer trading and is permanently closed

Choose from 16 different flavours and 100 toppings
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Delicious green tea and berry frozen yoghurt


Sydney has adopted the frozen yoghurt revolution with finesse and joy, and now self service frozen yoghurt has decided to come to the party. The latter has arrived at Yogurt World, located in Westfield Sydney. You don't know what to really expect apart from being a kid in a candy store - yet your natural contentment levels would be high with a guilt-free natural yoghurt treat.

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Near the funky service area


It is easy to be spoilt for choice in this party themed store. Just be careful though, because with any self service facility you pay by weight. $3.20 buys you 100grams of combined yoghurt and/or toppings of your choice. You control how things work. Many people find it difficult to decide between the best of two different flavours. With something like this, no problem - just opt for two different flavour combinations. This is what I did recently, opting for two out of the 16 different flavour combinations available. The berry and green tea flavours went well with some blueberry, pomegranates and mango popping bobas. A real icy treat that is particularly perfect on a hot day.

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The self service yoghurt area


The ice can dominate the flavour, however the flavours are rather tasty, especially on the berry flavour. A sweet taste provokes, and it is great to also be able to pick and choose your own toppings with ample dining in space. If you're lucky, you might be given a tiny bowl to sample a flavour before deciding on your right choice. The difficulty might be in deciding on which toppings you would like as there is a choice of over 100 toppings, with around 21 of these subject to the seasons, from the seasonal fruit family.

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Even some Hershey's sauces are also available


You are free to browse the menu and toppings list before making your decision and planning ahead. The philosophy is pour, top and weigh on some scales. To give you some idea, my yoghurt came to 180grams, costing around $5.40. Each purchase gives you an 'OGGI' sticker, and if you collect 10 of them you receive a free small cup to fill up with as much yoghurt and topping as you please.

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An abundance of toppings


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Alas, more toppings.


Yogurt World claim their yoghurts to be 97% fat free; with the use of only Australian produce without any addictives of any kind. Which flavour/s take your fancy: Greek Original; Peach; Hungarian Original; Strawberry; Blood Orange; Passionfruit; Mixed Berries; Pomegranate; Salted Caramel; White Chocolate; Bulgarian Original; Green Tea; Mango; Coconut; Chocolate or Coffee anyone? A diverse array of flavours indeed with suitable toppings to boot. Get creative, weigh, indulge and have fun.

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My yoghurt after it was weighed on the scales nearby


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Glimpse of the dining space


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The view from where I was sitting


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Thank you Yogurt World Westfield Sydney


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Why? Pick and choose your own yoghurt and topping combinations for a change
When: Great snack or lunch
Where: Yogurt World, Westfield Sydney
Cost: $3.20 per 100 grams
Your Comment
Full cream milk is 96% fat free so 97% isn't really much! It is packed with sugar which is the real evil so frozen yogurt should only be an occasional treat.

My son and I tried this stuff and it was delicious. I was shocked the small cup cost me over $10 to three quarters fill. The little fruity popping balls for topping were delicious too.

With cost and sugar content in mind, for special treats only!
by vanes91 (score: 0|8) 1749 days ago
What is the address? Hard to find this without it...
by blegg (score: 0|2) 1747 days ago
food court level next to priceline
by Brett (score: 0|2) 1742 days ago
I asked the store manager for list of ingredients - additives, colours, flavourings (natural or not?) sugar, sodium, etc and was referred to http://yogurtworld.net.au/downloads/ingredients.pdf.
Go there and see the poor effort to provide information.
Misleading to say the least. There is no info on this site re sugar, synthetic sweeteners, flavourings, synthetic colours being added, etc.
So very very sweet!
Be careful the bits 'n bobs (toppings) are mostly cheap average sweets, but weigh and add considerably to cost, combined with weighty toppings - can be madly expensive!
by seren (score: 0|4) 1525 days ago
This place is closed now. It's been replaced with another shop.
by bruss (score: 1|10) 702 days ago
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