Sogurt is a premium self-serve frozen yogurt concept. With an ever-changing selection of flavours and an extensive array of toppings, patrons can personalize creations. One can mix and match variations of yogurt flavours with toppings to conjure a frozen yogurt treat unique to each and every customer. continue reading
11:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:30
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This is somewhat a late post, but late is better than never! I walked past Sogurt one day and felt attracted by the bright lights and pink decor. Not that I like pink, don't judge me. (haha!)Anyway, I had this sometime last month, so the flavours might have changed now. But they still do hold the same flavours albeit at different locations (they have 8 stores). Here's my quick review.Accessibility:Approx 2 minutes walk from Promenade MRT Station or 5-7 minutes from City Hall MRT StationLet's Eat!Get the staff's help to try the various flavours before settling down with one. Alternatively, get all! The picture below shows the plain yogurt, blueberry and salted caramel popcorn flavour.The salted caramel popcorn flavour lacked the right amount of sweetness, it was blander than expected. The plain version tasted average and the blueberry flavour seemed the best out of all 4 flavours available. The other flavour which I did not capture on camera is the pink grapefruit flavour, which I think I like second best. The huge cup. Only one size! DIY~ Their in-house promotion.Top it up with various toppings. It isn't easy to scoop the toppings without spilling it over the bowls that they're set in. They do have a wide variety of toppings, including popular ones like lychee, longan, white and dark chocolate bits, as well as other fruit toppings. If you only want to put sauce on it, feel free to do so. They have hershey's chocolate, strawberry flavour, and even condensed milk! My cup of blueberry froyo with frutty pebbles and lychee burst bubbles. I think I paid about $6 for this, which is only fills up half the cup.Honestly, I think their cup is too big, people can't really have a good gauge on how much they are buying, most likely will end up overbuying. (Since the usual buying style is to try to fit it to the top of the cup!)The service wasn't the best either, as I was trying to get the attention of the seemingly tired looking staff (even when the shop was empty). Low-DownThe best bit: The wide variety of toppings and sauces.The worse bit: Only 1 cup size.Despite having 8 stores over Singapore, which I do think it is a good feat for a yogurt shop, but overall, I didn't think the taste of the froyo was too impressive and enough to get me to make a trip there specially just to eat it. continue reading