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Bus Stop: 14121, HarbourFront Stn. Bus Service Numbers: 10, 30, 30e, 57, 61, 97, 97e, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, 188R, 963R, RWS8. Train Station: HarbourFront Station. Carpark: VivoCity Carpark. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/yigloo
Signature Dishes
Yogurt Ice Cream
Review (14)
Level2 2014-01-13
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Yigloo used to be my second favourite after Yami Yogurt. When they first opened the branch at Vivocity, me and my friends were overwhelmed by the choices of  toppings (unlimited!) and there's always 3-4 flavours (of frozen yogurt) to choose from. Everytime when we were Vivo, we never failed to grab a cup of froyo there. What made the deal sweeter was they had the loyalty card were we get to enjoy a free cup after collecting 12 stamps (if I remember correctly, it used to be lesser number of stamps when they first started).Things started to change after they had the second outlet at Plaza Sing. Instead of dispersing the froyo ourselves, they started the weighing system which made it more expensive and less affordable for the students. Even working adults like me got put off by the new pricing system and eventually stop patronizing them and went for better and/or value for money froyo else where. Anyway I would say I enjoyed the old times when they first started. RIP Yigloo. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-06
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original's always the best.actually, they had a green tea and oreo one that i liked.there was a cheesecake one too.so good you wouldnt believe its yoghurt.haha.this was our creation that day though.trail mix and fresh fruit.i love the idea of taking your own toppings.now don't be too greedy though.messing up the toppings bar.i'll frown at you.there never is much seating space here tho. continue reading
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Level3 2012-07-07
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Last time, Yigloo's frozen yogurt had a fixed price, according to the size of the cup, but now the price is judged by the weight of your yogurt. And we get to fill our cups by ourselves, and add our own toppings. The flavours of my yogurt are raspberry and mango. I took quite a lot of yogurt, as compared to my brother and my dad, so i think mine was the most expensive. As for the toppings, I added some nata de coco, aloe vera, oreo bits and gummies. The gummies were softer than expected and the yogurt was nice. The raspberry tasted a little artificial, though. But the mango was nice and the mango could be tasted. This is my second time eating here. I quite like it, and the ambience is nice. It is a cozy little shop and it has a home-like feel. It makes it very nice. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-17
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Sad!! Got a plain vanilla with blueberries yoghurt with a little of fruit toppings. Staff was helpful but he says must tell he to stop then he will stop, because it is by grams, I believed reaction will be abit of lack, and normally hands will react slower den ears. The yoghurt is not nice at all, too sweet for the vanilla and too sour for the blueberries. And worse is the price comes to be 8++bucks. It is too expensive for such portion, I will not go again anymore continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-20
19 views
I had always patronized Yigloo because they were so generous with their toppings. Just buy yogurt and feel free to top it with as much as you can in one go. I went back there a couple of weeks ago and was surprised that they weigh your cup and charge you for their toppings. I didn’t really know about it so I stuffed my yogurt with the toppings. When I paid for it, that’s the only time I found out. Sigh. But anyway, at least the yogurt still had that tartness flavour and it tasted very well with the fruits toppings. continue reading
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