Pretty excellent frozen yogurt. I had the natural flavour which was lovely and eeanut butter flavour which was totally fxxxxing insane. Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmy.more
My boyfriend and I came here on one of our first nights in London. I needed a fro-yo fix and this place was close to our hotel. It tasted fine (nothing too memorable) but the price was definitely not worth it. As a study abroad student on a tight budget, I didn't appreciate spending £5 on a small fro-yo.more
Perhaps I got them on an off day, but based on all the reviews I was really hoping for something better!
We filled a quarter of the cup with chocolate milkshake/vanilla bean swirl and some rainbow sprinkles. After weighing the yogurt cup, we forked over £3. I thought it was a bit expensive for what we had, however was willing to hold judgement until I tasted it. It was quite icy and the both...more
This frozen yogurt shop felt like home and we visited every day during our stay in London. It was part of our return to normalcy after our daily gelato indulgences in Italy.
This shop is exactly like its U.S. counterparts (in my area, at least). The staff was absolutely helpful and chipper. We enjoyed visiting during their discounted happy hour and also enjoyed the free wi-fi. It is a bright...more
YES! YES! YES! YES! YES!
Apologies for sounding like Meg Ryan from that infamous restaurant scene in When Harry Met Sally but self serve fro yo has finally come to London! For those of you who read my reviews, you'll know my happiness at the recent proliferation of fro yo outlets in London but I've been lamenting the lack of self serve fro yo, which I've been lucky enough to partake of on my...more