i have so much love for frozen yogurt and yoguru is number 1 on my list. wait how do i pronouce this? ok nvm this is comparably good its kinda different . i had sanum ($5.90 per cup) you can choose 3 fruits , any cereal (eg muesli , dried cranberries , sunflower seed? etc) and a sauce/syrup (eg mango, berries, caramel, white choco, etc) . i love the yogurt's texture , its a little less thick compared to yoguru. Not thin, watery and melts easily like frolick which i hate most. they offer smoothies too.
value wise pretty affordable? but i might stick to the traditional cups in future i think its easier to eat and more frozen yogurt to enjoy. not sure if they are generous with the amount they give but i dont see them weighing which is a good thing. The small size is gg for $4.90 if im not wrong.
Service was ok, got what i wanted fast. But probably just a lack of smile. the staff can try to be friendier and more hospitable so as to attract more consumers? i think service is very important. Wanted to take some pictures of the store but the staff looked really annoyed.
The store is really small with just 3 small round tables and no one was leaving even after they were done with their yogurt. its really a small shop. My friend and i walked the entire day thinking maybe we can seat down rest our legs and enjoy our yogurt but was dissapointed when we couldnt get a place to seat.
when i think of frozen yogurt, this small but loud green iconic spoon would definitely come in to my mind. what's the hype about one would sometimes wonder? isnt it just frozen yougurt? but i bet many of the llao llao fans would beg to differ... maybe the price is expensive as it may cost you up to $7 for a cup of yogurt but let's be honest, no harm trying right? there are loads of sauces and toppings that you are able to choose from and you are able to mix and match to come up with a whole lot of combination, all to suit the mood and feeling of that day. some sweet, some sour,just something to satisfy our every hungry stomach. who would say no to desserts?
Full Llaollao review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/11/llaollao.html
Finally got around to trying the famous Llaollao, but only because it was my colleague's birthday wish. When Llaollao, a Spanish froyo (frozen yoghurt) brand, first opened in Singapore in August 2012, their flagship outlet at Marina Square / Marina Link Mall saw queues of over 2 hours! These days, with multiple outlets across Singapore, the queues are shorter and bearable, but it's a testament to their popularity that Llaollao still manages to attract crowds with their frozen yoghurt treats.
As Llaollao is primarily a takeaway store, there is little to no ambience to speak off. There is usually no seating available, except at selected outlets. About the only thing to say is their incredibly bright green signage, and attractive display of yoghurt toppings, all of which look appetizing. Pure eye candy! Still, it's rather easy to walk and eat with their desserts, though the serviettes provided are of poor quality.
There is also little to no service at Llaollao, as everything is largely self-service, from ordering, to payment, to collection. However, there is some staff engagement, as you'll have to interact with staff when asking for toppings, and they can and will make recommendations when asked. Beyond this, the largely young staff can sometimes be brusque, especially when there are queues.
Llaollao only does 1 type of froyo (frozen yoghurt) flavour, original, and instead offer an extensive variety of toppings. They are especially known for their fruit and sauce toppings. The Llaollao yoghurt is completely natural, and has a unique milky taste with a creamy texture, but also melts rather quickly. Portions can be shared, and prices are slightly higher than other yoghurt stores, budget about SGD $7 per person.
For full review, please visit https://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2014/11/17/llaollao-marina-square/
Buy the all time favourite and popular pick Sanum ($6.50) which consists of frozen yogurt, 3 fresh fruits, 1 crunch and 1 sauce.
SUPER DUPER YUMMY because the yogurt is very thick and has a bit of cheesy feel. Loved the almond crunches, blueberries, strawberries, mangoes and also the wild berries sauce.
Yogurt given by the outlet at marina square is RIDICULOUSLY little. I've been eating their sanum since a year ago when the toppings were filled to the brim and the yogurt swirl starts above the cup level. Even though prices have gone up, it seems like llao llao is not channeling this back to their ingredients. They look to be struggling with their supply of yoghurt and toppings given how stingy they have become at this outlet. My sanum today is probably close to half of what it has been before.
Popularity has not done this outlet any good. I am sure many others share the same sentiments as me.
I don't recommend anyone to visit this outlet at all.
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.