Surprise, surprise...another frozen yoghurt establishment has landed on Sydney's shores. It is not the first time that Yogurberry have launched frozen yogurt (or fro-yo) paradise on our doorsteps; however now there is an even more amazing reason to enjoy some fro-yo through the Queen Victoria Building towards the trains at Town Hall Station. Yogurberry at Westfield Sydney have just opened, last Friday the 8th of March 2013, as at the time of writing this. Already, the bins at Sydney's Town Hall train station are overflowing with pink buckets and pink spoons. This is only the beginning. Not all Sydney siders have caught onto the fro-yo bug just yet.
Outside Yogurberry Westfield Sydney
Yogurberry at Westfield Sydney operates in an organised and rather orderly fashion. You are pre-warned that this is a cash only establishment, and you pay by weight. 25 cents for 10grams. This includes both the yoghurt and the toppings.
the yogurt toppings are diverse: from plain vanilla to passionfruit, pomegranate and chocolate. It's all self service. I went for (mainly) the pomegranate, and then a bit of passionfruit. If you're lucky, for the passionfruit flavour you might be able to see a few little black pips. They are subtle, yet the sweetest passionfruit of all.
Time to choose the toppings. The sweets followed the healthier fruits. In relation to the jelly beans, they're real Jelly Belly beans. Also went for some strawberry and mango balls. Peach, kiwi, blueberries, and some maltesers also made their way into this little bucket of purity.
The passionfruit yogurt was a bit too sweet for my liking, while the pomegranate was (by far) the healthiest and wisest choice.
The abundance of toppings available
You can see 180grams of joy in the opening image. That would have normally costed $4.50, however as I enjoyed during their opening weekend, I only needed to pay $2.25 for this healthier treat. Nice one. More of these opportunities will come up.
Thank you so much Yogurberry for the great treat
Where: Yogurberry, Westfield Sydney. Opposite the now JB Hi-Fi.
Why: For a healthier sweet treat. Mix and match.
Cost: 25 cents for every 10grams.
When: On the way home from the city, heading towards the trains at Sydney's Town Hall station is ideal.
Good for kids: Yes, however watch that they don't go overboard; otherwise you will be paying more than you should for their treat.
Take away: 100%