February 11, 2010

Frozen delight

Newly opened at Petron Square Katipunan, near our place of work: Frutti Froyo, a self-serve frozen yogurt shop where the cost of your treat is based on weight. They always have at least six flavors of frozen yogurt available at any time (the kiwi fruit flavor, which is nice and tart, goes very well with the blueberry, which is sweet). Just two tips when getting a treat here. First, do not fill your cup to the brim (even the small cup is good for two servings). Second, go easy on the syrups and toppings, even the fresh fruit; aside from adding tons of calories, the toppings are heavier than the frozen yogurt and instead of cheering you up, your treat just might upset you. Unfortunately, my tips are a bit too late for some of our friends, who went a little ga-ga their first time and whose eyes popped when they got their bill.

Frutti Froyo

24 comments:

bfarr said...

Hilda, I love frozen yogurt and that sure looks like a fun place to buy it. Here in Alabama, we pay by weight too.

Don and Krise said...

I hope the cost of the treat isn't based on MY weight! I don't know if I could afford that. It sure does sound good on a warm day though.

Vicki said...

Frozen yoghurt! Yum!

Please email me a cup. Surprise me with the flavour. :)

Abraham Lincoln said...

Ilike the old fashioned, cut a lemon or orange in half and put it down on the hand juice squeezer thing. I thought about that last night but we didn't have anything in the house to squeeze.

This is a nice looking photo but three clerks seems like two too many. I only see one person, then you and no lines.

brattcat said...

Yumm. This place is decorated with such fresh, fruity colors. I think I would love some frozen yogurt right now!

ρομπερτ said...

To be honest, haven't heard before of that, yet it sounds interesting indeed.
Over here people usually enjoy cold coffee, frozen yoghurt might be worth a try too.
Please have a nice Thursday.

Chuck Pefley said...

What a wonderful colorful sign above the door. I'm a fan of frozen yogurt, too, although gelato still gets the top marks!!

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» just finished dinner and stopped by here for dessert!
;-)

The TEFL Don said...

Hilda love the colourful sign. Not sure about eating what they are selling though!

peppermint said...

Nothing the best than frozen yogurt. I love blueberry and chocolate cip on top. Sooo Yummy.

Mirela said...

Mmmmm, looks like a place I'd definitely visit :)

Olivier said...

une enseigne dynamique, un beau magasin pour des fruits et des legumes

VP said...

Love the funny sign and the neat shop, but can't stand any kind of yogurt...

maricar said...

i am sometimes tired of eating yoghurt now... but this place is cute hilda ;)

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a charming and beautiful place to have fun! :)
Léia

Leif Hagen said...

Looks like a fun, cute spot for a yummy treat! Meet you there tomorrow afternoon, say 2 o'clock?

Lois said...

That's a good idea! I don't always eat as much as everyone else so I think I would save some money. I like their colorful sign!

Nefertiti,deesse NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton said...

ca donne envie ;O)

Halcyon said...

The yogurt sounds good! Not sure about all the toppings though.

Hilda said...

Abe:
Just two crew. One at the cash register, another to assist and clean. The lady at the back is putting toppings on her yogurt.

George said...

This sounds yummy, but I would have to take lots of money. Not only do I like yogurt but I really like fruit on yogurt. Oh, well, money isn't everything!

Vernz said...

Hilds we don't have this yet in Davao ... sayang sarap siguro .... have a great weekend HIlds...

Rob and Mandy said...

Love that stuff! I discovered it when I was living in Israel in the late 80es. I've never found it here though, Spain is an icecream country

mirage2g said...

mukhang masarap jan!