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Hailed being the largest self-serve frozen yogurt brand in the world, Menchie's continous to spread smile and serving frozen yogurt here in VivoCity Singapore. Their yogurt contains live and active cultures that promote a healthy lifestyle with 100 rotating premium natural flavours and 44 delectable toppings.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63769323
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froyo fix

London spoiled me with the variety of froyo chains so I was super excited to see menchie's! You pay by weight but going overboard is worth it as there are so many flavored to try from like peanut butter( love it) and cookies and cream! You can even get duo flavored swirls.I also took some NSA( no sugar added) flavored that were interesting as well! No toppings for me but they have the usual selection. I would definitely hit it up if I'm in the area! Plus the colorful vibrant walls put you in the mood for a nice chat.

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London spoiled me with the variety of froyo chains so I was super excited to see menchie's! You pay by weight but going overboard is worth it as there are so many flavored to try from like peanut butter( love it) and cookies and cream! You can even get duo flavored swirls.I also took some NSA( no sugar added) flavored that were interesting as well! No toppings for me but they have the usual selection. I would definitely hit it up if I'm in the area! Plus the colorful vibrant walls put you in the mood for a nice chat.
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