It took me quite sometime to figure out why I the name of this place sounded all too familiar. Then suddenly *kaching*, oh yeah that stuttering bear of the 90s just crossed my mind: Yogi the Bear. How amusing.
Yogi Berry has the same concept as that of Tutti Frutti and Qoola which is self-service yogurt. A cup costs PhP15 per ounce, regardless of toppings, which is cheaper than both though.
They offer different flavors of yogurts such as tart, strawberry, mango, green apple and passionfruit. I found it interesting though that they had cookies and cream. They also offer a variety of toppings ranging from syrups to candies to fruits. I was so giddy filling my cup.
I had a combination of cookies and cream and strawberry yogurt topped with cookie dough, coffee jelly and mangoes. Yeah I know that was weird. What the hell was I thinking combining coffee jelly with mangoes?
I liked the strawberry yogurt although the consistency of Red Mango's or White Hat's is still better. Yogi Berry's has this tendency to be slushy and it lacks creaminess. Although, I still find it above Tutti Frutti on my ranking. I like it that they have more toppings to choose from though. Oh and I like that it's cheap too, my cup was heavy and I was surprised that I only had to pay Php130.
Maybe I'll try the mango yogurt and add brownies or M&Ms on it next time. Haha.
Verdict: 3 cups
Yogi Berry is located at the 3rd floor of The Block, SM City North EDSA.