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.
Oh, well isn't this just flipping LOVELY.
The only thing to really say is that the frozen yogurt is excellent. Some of the best I've had in ages. Fantastic texture and very subtle taste. The fact that it's organic and low fat and blah de blah is just mochi on top of the yogurt cup. Speaking of, the topping choices are mostly fruit and some other select goodies like nuts and candy.
You're reading the ramblings of a newly converted Frozen Yoghurt (my preferred spelling, you choose your own) and indeed, Frae lover. Although only a small place and currently adorning a partly shattered window, it is, none the less, filled with awesomeness.
Three choices for flavours: natural, British strawberry (which I had and was very nice) and green tea (what I wish I had -...more
This must be brand spanking new because I walked by here the other day and there was no frozen yogurt in sight. Then BAM last Saturday, while searching haplessly for gelato I ran into this infinitely more calorie-friendly establishment.
While I don't particularly enjoy shelling out 4 pounds for a smoothie, it was in fact delicious and exactly what I was craving. Natural plain yogurt with...more