I recently went to Yogurberry to meet up with my wonderful friends and I’ve decided to write what I think about it.
It’s located in Food City along with a few other eateries. The area is rather secluded and might be difficult to find but it is quite close to Jevinik (the restaurant).
My buddies Maga and Nnnenna were already there when I arrived and had ordered. I'm not sure why they looked so excited. The yoghurt maybe. :) Here they are:
I wasn’t so excited about the available flavours but I settled for ‘Plain’ and ‘Pomegranate’. Here’s my lovely medium cup:
Here's Nnenna half-eaten cup:
Some of the toppings were things I would never put on frozen yoghurt -apples, watermelon, banana, etc. That’s just a personal preference however; you might be into banana and watermelon on your yoghurt.
There are four different cup sizes and a there is a different cup for parfait and milkshakes.
The workers were really nice. They let me pretend to be a photo-journalist/food critic. They also made sure everything looked pretty for my pictures. It is safe to say that we are now pals.
I felt there were too many air-conditioners for such a small space and a frozen yoghurt shop. I counted three but there might have been some hidden ones. We had to go sit outside because I started shivering
but then I’m just a village girl. I really liked the space however. It has a relaxed ambiance.
I’m still not sure how I feel about the prizes because I didn’t find out the prizes of the other cups. I paid N650 for my medium cup and that came with two toppings. That’s fair enough I think and I would definitely visit again. Feel free to pay them a visit anytime!
Yogurberry is located at 1 Kindia close off Bangui Street off Adetokunbo Ademola Street. Wuse 2, Abuja.
Yogurberry Gwarinpa is opening today (I think) at 130, 3rd Avenue. Gwarinpa 2, Abuja. We are sort of neighbours. ;)
You can also follow them on Twitter @YogurberryNG
PS: I was not given free froyo to write this review. :P