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47 Notting Hill GateNotting HillLondonW11 3JS
- +44 (0)20 7243 2678
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Very cheap (and very good) Coffee (99p for an American) great yoghurt and nice toppings and two benches outside for the sunny weather.more
Once upon a time I hated froyo. Probably because I've only had the shitty type that was all powdery and tasted dry despite being a "wet food".
I also have an addiction to peanut butter and nutella on corn cakes. It's on a corn cake, it's healthy!
Well... apparently the scales seems to disagree. However, the Peanut Butter/ Chocolate Praline combo has filled a hole in my heart (you know...more
WHAT. Real British Milk turned Frozen Yogurt (oh my goodness, now how ridiculous is it that most frozen yogurts tempting you out there are made from cheap, rehydrated powder? Let us all get real and buy real.)
WHERE. Notting Hill, Chelsea, Islington, Topshop Oxford Circus, and Heathrow Terminal 5.
WHY. Plain frozen yogurt or their passionfruit-flavour variety never fails my tastebuds, and...more
There were certain sacrifices I knew I had to make to move from California to London. In-N-Out, Kogi, Red Mango, Coffee Bean, Panda Express, and yes, proper Mexican food, all became twice-yearly treats when visiting family back home rather than weekly or monthly indulgences. While I would give my right pinky finger for an outpost of El Farolito or Tacolicious in London, I have found a...more
In a week of freezing temperatures, my thoughts naturally drift to fro yo... Frae has opened an outpost in Notting Hill near the Tube station.
Besides their usual natural and green tea flavours, they were offering chocolate. In addition, they were offering hot winter toppings such as rhubarb crumble, cherry pie and stewed cinnamon apple, which is an innovation in the fro yo market.