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Yoguru (Leisure Park Kallang)

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While most frozen yogurt is made from powder, Yoguru insists on using only fresh ingredients as the biggest benefits of yogurt are in the live probiotic cultures, which powders don’t have. At Yoguru, every yogurt is nonfat and made right in our store using fresh ingredients without preservatives or additives. Our frozen yogurt comes in a variety of flavours like Original, YoguBliss (a combination of dragon fruit and pomegranate), YoguBerry (a combination of acai berry and blue berry), Mango, and Green Tea. Choose from the many toppings available to complete your yogurt experience.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 22:00

Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat & Sun: 10:00 - 23:00

+65 63448860
$4 based on 34 submissions
Healthy Eating (13 votes), Chillout (10 votes), Children/Family (9 votes)
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  • YoguBliss4 votes
  • Original Flavour3 votes
  • Mix yogurt blend2 votes
  • Yogurt2 votes
  • strawberry or mango topping1 vote
  • with toppings1 vote
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17 Feb 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

worst yoghurt ever

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Horrible yoghurt a complete rip off. For the price I expect something fresh and tasty, but this was awful!
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07 Mar 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

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yoguru is the best yorgut i've ever ate

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20 May 2011 • 0 review • 0 follower

forzen yogurt

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Seeing yogurt places springing up here and there in Sg. I decided to try a few yogurt shops out. Sogurt, SourMilk, Yoguru, Glacious and frolick are the shops that I have recently tried. Amomg these shops, Yoguru serves the largest portion and its quite value for money. However, I do not like the after taste that lingers in my month. Some may like it, some may not, but my verdict is its not suitable for me.
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08 Sep 2010 • 23 reviews • 1 follower

Decent but not the best around

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I had a single scoop of Yoguru, original flavour. The texture, which I’m usually particular about was good.. it was creamy

smooth, like soft-serve ice-cream. I couldn’t detect any tinge of

ice-crystals at all, which can be common in frozen yoghurts. I found the

whole taste very overwhelming though, too sweet! It lasted me about

half the movie, hardly melted at all. Their marketing efforts highlight

that its totally no-fat, filled with probiotics goodness etc. etc.

However I felt really sinful after that, considering the sweetness

lingered in my mouth.
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14 May 2010 • 57 reviews • 17 followers

Very Generous Serving

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I been to Yoguru twice and I still feel like going if I am to pass by Leisure Park again. Why? The very good and generous serving of Yogurt at low price. I even got free toppings on that Saturday too. One small serving is actually just nice for me and my wife as a snack.

The ambience is so so. Should be ok if not many people around but will be messy if all the tables are full.

Will be good if they also serve more varieties of Yogurt desserts like Yogurt Shakes.
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