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Where to find Bangkok's best frozen yogurt

Following the arrival of Spain's much-hyped Llaollao, we round up the best places for smooth froyo and extravagant toppings. 

By Tessa Domzalski | Oct 13, 2016

  • Where to find Bangkok's best frozen yogurt

Llaollao NEW!

This frozen yogurt chain from Spain has finally made it to our humid city and we couldn't be more grateful. There's no such thing as too much froyo. Llaollao makes their yogurt with low-fat skim milk and offer a variety of healthy fruit toppings. A plain cup starts at B50 while the Sanum sets you back B145 with your choice of three fruits, two crunches and one sauce.

G/F, Platinum Fashion Mall, 222 Phetchaburi Rd. BTS Chit Lom. bit.ly/2djVBsz

Freeze

This fashionable, pastel-pink spot in Ladprao makes affordable and tasty frozen yogurt (starting at B79 with one topping). The froyo also appears in a variety of menu items like parfaits and floats, so you don't have to stick to the stuff you're used to. While there you can also do a spot of secondhand fashion shopping.

Nak Niwat Rd., 095-164-6551. www.fb.com/freezefroyo

 

Yogurtland

This wildly popular chain from California has multiple locations in Bangkok (and Hua Hin). They're best known for introducing new flavors all the time—new concoctions include apple strudel with caramel, and kiwi raspberry. While this can be great for those who like to experiment with their desserts, it sometimes means a flavor you love will get swapped out for something else. Prices from B80. 

13 locations in Bangkok: Try CentralWorld, Siam Center, Terminal 21, Sukhumvit Soi 35. www.yogurtlandthailand.com

 

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Pinkberry

This California-hailing brand now has five locations across Bangkok. The froyo lives up to the hype, too, with its melt-in-your-mouth softness and refreshing sourness. This is what frozen yogurt is all about—that's why it won our taste test last year. Prices starting at B99 for small (100g).

Multiple locations: Central Chidlom, CentralWorld, Central Grand Rama IX, Zpell at Future Park and Crystal Veranda. www.fb.com/PinkberryThailand

Frozer & Friends NEW!

The cafe imports its yogurt from New Zealand and churns it into both natural-flavor and Hokkaido melon-flavor frozen yogurt (starting from B89 a small cup). Also of note are quirky combos such as “Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon,” featuring sake jelly, and “Let the Chips Fall Where They May,” which comes with an espresso shot (both B189).

G/F, 9:53 Art Mall, 124 Thonglor Soi 9, 02-662-5773. www.fb.com/frozerandfriends

 

 

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Buddhi Belly

Now commonplace at malls around town, this old favorite dates back to 2008. A smooth texture and mellow flavor make it a safe bet—and so do the low, low prices, from B60 for small (70g). Aside from classic plain froyo, they also rotate a new flavor monthly and toppings range from sauces to cookies and fruits. 

Multiple locations: Try CentralWorld, Siam Paragon. www.buddhibelly.com

Many Cups

Named after their numerous flavors, Many Cups is the place to go if plain yogurt isn't for you. They select ingredients from all over the world which leaves them with some of the most interesting yogurt options around: honey lemon, lychee, berry. B80 per 100g.

Multiple locations: K Village, Town in Town. www.manycups.com


Still can't decide? Check our frozen yogurt taste test

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