Cuisine: Dessert, Chain, frozen yogurt
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Food ordered [03/01/12]:
- Little-sized Mandarine with two toppings of strawberries and mochi £4.30
I have been to this location of Snog, which is a UK frozen yogurt chain, several times previously and took a girlfriend who was visiting London for the day.
This Snog outlet is a small (five small tables with perhaps three seats each which are perpetually full) but has a cute and very unique decor. The ceiling is a sea of small, round, gently multi-coloured lights and the walls are painted with anime-like creatures eating or dispensing frozen yogurt. On evenings and weekends it is very difficult to get a seat even for two people here so be prepared to wait for a while or share a table.
The staff prepare your frozen yogurt for you here and the pricing is by cup size. It isn’t the type of store where you dispense and decorate your own and pay by weight. I usually prefer stores where you can make your own cup but the presentation and quality of the frozen yogurt and toppings at Snog make up for it.
I usually order the natural yogurt (which is very good, light and only slightly tart) but tried the Mandarin orange flavour this time. It was good as well, lightly flavoured and not overly sweet. The toppings I’ve found are usually very fresh, more so than at other frozen yogurt places I’ve been to, and the mochi especially so.
Mandarine flavoured Snog.