Yogu-san‘s decor is very, very minimalistic. Too minimalistic in my opinion. Their mascot is hella cute though!
Oh well, it’s the quality of their products that’s most important. When we were their the worker was cleaning the machines. Nice to see people actually cleaning them.
Like most frozen yogurt places, they have Original, Green Tea, plus a seasonal flavor. Yogu-san had 2 seasonal flavors when we were there – Mango and Coconut. Mango was alright, the Coconut needs more coconut flavor. The Green Tea and Seasonal flavors cost $1 more at $3.50USD. Each additional topping was $1USD.
I was happy to see that they have Mochi here also. It tastes exactly the same as Qoola’s. They also have fruits and other dry toppings similar to what you would find here.
I ordered the Original with Mochi. Unfortunately, the yogurt was not as nice as the ones we have here. Theirs was sort of icy, as you can see on the spoon above. Flavor was there, but the consistency wasn’t. I was disappointed. Not sure if it’s because it’s so icy, it melted pretty quickly too. Also not sure if this was just a one-time occurrence, don’t know if I’ll go back to find out.
So if you decide to visit but the yogurt’s not your thing, they also have Smoothies. Apparently they have Taro-flavored yogurt some times. Wonder what that tastes like…