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Llaollao (Marina Square)

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Llaollao is the market leader in producing a simply delicious, gratifying and fun product that is totally compatible with a healthy, balanced diet. Llaollao's constant evolution of their toppings and varieties are always  in line with the changing seasons so it would be easy for everyone to choose whatever they like.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63335027
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Llao Llao Yoghurt which is pronnouce as "Yao Yao" as finally hit the shores of Singapore. Started in 2009 and considering the leader in the frozen yoghurt market, there are already more than 70 outlets in Europe and counting.

 As a Yoghurt lover, I think that the portion is quite big and can be shared among some friends. Comparing to other Yoghurt I had, firstly portion did not go by weight which is quite comfortable to me and their varieties available can beat others hands down.
 
 After seeing some of the renovations and its outlets, in the West I think I will most likely be addicted to such stuff!

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• 03 Jan 2015 • 4 reviews • 2 followers

Meh. Not coming back here.

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Having tried llaollao from 3 outlets (313 Somerset, Plaza Sing & Marina), I have to say that Marina has the worst service. Not only that, but the variety is limited and they are pretty stingy with the toppings.
 I don't think it is worth queuing more than 10 minutes for anywhere, most especially here.
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• 18 Dec 2014 • 106 reviews • 1 follower

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Visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/12/llao-llao-yoghurt.html for full writeup

Llao Llao Yoghurt which is pronnouce as "Yao Yao" as finally hit the shores of Singapore. Started in 2009 and considering the leader in the frozen yoghurt market, there are already more than 70 outlets in Europe and counting.

 As a Yoghurt lover, I think that the portion is quite big and can be shared among some friends. Comparing to other Yoghurt I had, firstly portion did not go by weight which is quite comfortable to me and their varieties available can beat others hands down.
 
 After seeing some of the renovations and its outlets, in the West I think I will most likely be addicted to such stuff!
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  • Sanum
• 25 Oct 2014 • 52 reviews • 0 follower

I've had better ones

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Someone should really start telling people not to queue for something so ordinary. The yogurt is not bad itself but the hype for it is too much to bear!! I seriously think there is no point lining up half an hour close to an hour for this. No doubt that Llaollao provide generous toppings but the yogurt melts VERY easily. More at: http://tiaraa.net/desserts/dairy/yogurt/llaollao
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