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Menchie’s is a pretty new frozen yoghurt place in Vivocity. I went to check it out one day during lunch. The store was pretty big with quite number of seats and a private room for parties/big groups of people. It’s a self-service kind of place but don’t worry, there’s a friendly staff who’s always looking on you just in case you need any help. There’s no small/medium/large cup size at Menchie’s, instead how much you pay depends on the weight of your cup after you’ve filled it up with your frozen
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Menchie’s is a pretty new frozen yoghurt place in Vivocity. I went to check it out one day during lunch. The store was pretty big with quite number of seats and a private room for parties/big groups of people.

It’s a self-service kind of place but don’t worry, there’s a friendly staff who’s always looking on you just in case you need any help. There’s no small/medium/large cup size at Menchie’s, instead how much you pay depends on the weight of your cup after you’ve filled it up with your frozen yoghurt and toppings. Hence it’s totally customizable to how much you want to eat.

First you grab a cup then proceed to walk all the way in to the frozen yoghurt station, where there are many flavours of yoghurt ice cream (around 10 flavours if I don’t remember wrongly, ranging from tart, cookies & cream, vanilla, peanut butter etc) for you to take your pick from. There’s no limit as to how many flavours you can put into one cup. After picking the flavour, you go to that machine and pull a lever down, and the yoghurt ice cream will come swirling out slowly. Next, go to the toppings section on your right, where there’re fruits, granola, nuts, seeds, cereal and gummy toppings. Add whichever toppings you want and when you’re done, proceed to the cashier and place your cup directly on their digital weighing machine. Over there you can see the weight of your cup and how much you need to pay.
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I selected ‘Tart’ (which is the original flavour) and added some cereal, coco pops and sunflower seeds. My cup weighed about 135g and the cost came up to $4.55. It was not bad, though I feel it’s pretty expensive. The tartness was just right and the frozen yoghurt was really really cold. Toppings were also fresh and crispy. The only thing that might make me think twice about buying their frozen yoghurt again is the cost
If you look at the photo above, you can see that they provide really cute spoons which are of a really good material! Some of you may even want to give it a wash and bring it back home, as it’ll really be a waste to throw it away after one use

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Date of Visit
2014-02-21
Spending Per Head
$4 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Tart Frozen Yoghurt