I'm a music enthusiast and foodie looking for new places and experiences.
Published April 29th 2014
A cold but heart-warming treat
Yogurtland is humbly tucked next to Gloria Jeans outside of Town Hall Station en route to Event Cinemas. Unlike Moochi which occupies a small counter space nearby, Yogurtland hosts a cosy resting spot befitting of perhaps, a meeting place for a couple of friends.
Yogurtland boasts nutritional non-fat yogurt with fruity flavours high in Vitamin C. I am entertained by the interesting flavours of the self-service slots. But keep in mind, that with self service, the cost is determined by weight. I tend to go overboard with a random mix of all flavours but luckily, Yogurtland compared to a similar froyo chain like Yogurt World in the Centerpoint is much cheaper.
The self service slots of Yogurtland
My personal favourite is the peanut butter flavour because, who knew, yogurt and peanut butter were a match? I might also mention that the guava sorbet and dragonfruit flavours are paired nicely.
Yogurtland also accommodates for chocolate lovers with Belgian chocolate and Double Cookies and Cream. To keep the flavours attractive, different flavours are occasionally introduced or switched.
Filled with a random mix of all flavors for only $8
There is a wide variety in toppings and no stranger to froyo would understand the moments of joy with the fruity bubbles popping as they enter your mouth. I opt for the mango bubbles and the lychee is not bad either. As a matter of fact, I don't really taste the fruit but nevertheless, it excites me to scoop up the bubbles into my cup.
Toppings also include Tim Tams, colourful sprinkles, small cheesecake bites, Arnott's varieties and healthy fruits (rockmelon, honeydew, strawberries and more) The small cheesecake bites being another one of my favourites.
The colourful spoons are a bonus and I've collected quite a few. Cleaned and shelved.
I'm sure that this establishment has its downsides, but I haven't yet been disappointed so give this a second look if you happen to pass down the forever busy George St.