Qoola has already been reviewed by a lot of other blogs with great reviews. I’ve been here once and this would be my second time. What keeps me coming back is the Mochi topping they offer. As I’ve stated before, I ♥ anything chewy!!
The interior is really clean and fresh. It was brightly lit and overall gives a really good ambiance. The two times I’ve been here has been a weeknight and it was pretty quiet. They were pretty chilly nights too so that could explain that too.
This picture was taken from the first time I was here. Clockwise from top left is Green Tea yogurt with mixed flavored Mochi, original yogurt with raspberry, and Pomberry yogurt with mixed flavored Mochi.
I thought the fruit topping was kind of stingy. After all, you only get 5 measly raspberries for (I believe to be) $0.89. I would not have been happy with that. Mochi topping was the same price.
The price for a small yogurt is $3.95.
This was from my second visit. The top one is the “cleverly” named Qool-bama, after you-know-who, consisting of original yogurt, blueberries and raspberries. That was a whopping $5.73. As Boyfriend said, they made %1000 profit on that one. Again there were the 5 measly raspberries.
Bottom is Strawberry yogurt with original Mochi. They no longer have Pomberry and Strawberry is their new flavor of the month.
This time, as we were taking pictures of the products, the staff told us that the store policy is that we can only take pictures if we were in them. I had a moment of “Wtf?!” in my mind. I wondered if I told them that I was a blogger it would’ve made a difference. But then there are so many amateur bloggers like me out there I doubt they would give a sh*t.
So we didn’t give a sh*t either and continued taking pictures. Outside though =P
Overall things were ok. I was a bit peeved at the comment though. I also found that their yogurt is a bit soft. It doesn’t look nice. Prices are also not too friendly (*ahem*5 raspberries *ahem*).