47 Notting Hill Gate, Notting Hill, London, W11 3JS
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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.
The best thing about this Frae location is the hours, open late every night of the week?!? In London?!? Is this POSSIBLE?!??
While there are other ice cream/gelato places in the area, they all close at 9pm, so if you have an 8pm or later dinner, there is no way you're going to make that post dinner ice cream. While I definitely generally prefer full-fat ice cream to frozen yogurt, this does...more
Much better than the Frae I first went to a while ago in Angel on Camden Passage. I'm a fan; I like how the yogurt is not too tart or icy, but creamy. The texture, although it may sound like a weird thing to say, is one of the top for London fro yo (so far)!more
My friend emailed me after I told her I was going to London and said: "Frae. Go there. You'll love it".
Today I sent her an email from on-site. Subject line: OMG. Body of message: picture of strawberry Frae yogurt.
This place is rad. Bonus: 84 calories for a small cup. I used to like Tastee Delite which was all about artificiality and trying to replicate flavours like coconut macaroon...more
Where do I start?
The server told me there was only "natural yoghurt semi skimmed milk and cocoa" in the yoghurt. Then all of a sudden another employee walked in with a supermarket trolley full of frozen yoghurt tubs I read their labels and under the bold ingredients title it said "xanthem, chicory root, milk and a bunch of E numbers. So I already knew I'd been lied to. Great way to...more