Delicious fro-yo with a combination of different flavours, with a lychee piece thrown in.
Yogurt World at Westfield Sydney can be found on level 5 - right next door to Jones The Grocer. Since its opening up to about 12 months ago, this establishment continues to surprise. New flavour combinations keep being invented, and thus become available all the time. Yes, and this includes the soy variety.
Guests on a recent chocolate walking tour enjoying their samples
Some great flavours one has recently tried include:
All claim to be 98% fat free, yet a tasty and fairly healthy snack or lunch. Love it how you can sit down at the back, and enjoy some city views.
Bright, funky ambience near some cool city views.
This is a pay by weight system, and there are ample toppings to choose from. The lychee pieces are rather fresh. You can either go for something fruity, or a little something more on the chocolate side.
Some popping boba toppings
William has a great team of staff. Really efficient, and such a funky place to visit. You don't know what music will be on next.
This is a place where I also take my guests on the Saturday chocolate walking tours I run. Some interesting fro-yo samples have landed in their palettes. The twist came with some watermelon on one tour, of which the guests did enjoy. However, the samples are chocolate based 99% of the time. The Nutella fro-yo takes you back to your childhood, with that sweet hazelnut flavour. Interestingly, this fro-yo flavour blends in well with their coconut fro-yo flavour. The latter has real coconut flakes. Mix them together, and this is food paradise for many. It takes a little bit of getting used to - for your taste buds that is.
Can't wait to tuck in
Otherwise, the soy chocolate is the darkest chocolate fro-yo from Yogurt World. Quite intense, yet a great, guilt free chocolate indulgence is enjoyed.
The last few samples on a recent chocolate walking tour. They got snapped up real quick. Soy Chocolate and Nutella fro-yo flavours.
All in all, variety is enjoyed here. Remember, each purchase gives you an OGGI stamp to redeem towards a free fro-yo here.
Where: Yogurt World - Westfield Sydney
Why: Different fro-yo combinations. Quite a guilt-free treat.
Cost: My fro-yo (as in the first picture) came to $5.95.
When: Lunch or snack
Good for kids: Yes
Take away: Yes
NB. I know this is a duplicate article to what I published on sister site WeekendNotes. However, I am re-writing this article as so much has changed since then, and has become a popular destination on the Sydney City Chocolate Walking Tour - as per another sister site OpenCity. Thanks - Justine