I’m sure I’m not the only one complaining about the recent heatwave. 35°C. Yes, that’s how insanely hot it’s been some days!
On one such day, I was especially craving for something icy, refreshing, and not too sweet. And I happened to pass by Sogurt in Bukit Timah (situated in a row of shophouses between Coronation Plaza and Hwa Chong Junior College).
If you like creamy style fro-yo, then Sogurt is probably not your preferred choice. Their yogurt leans toward the icy side. Me? I embrace both kinds!
What I like about Sogurt’s fro-yo is their light and sufficiently smooth texture. The fruit-based flavors have a pleasant sweet-tangy balance that don’t taste overly artificial nor leave a sticky after-taste.
Out of Sogurt’s Original Tart and a few fruit flavors like Melon, Grape, and Peach-Mango, my favorite is Lychee. It has that unmistakable scent and taste of lychee, and is immensely refreshing!
The Bukit Timah branch is spacious with plenty of tables and seats. There are four self-serve machines, which means a total of eight yogurt flavors at any one time.
Toppings are also self-serve. They’ve got the usual array of fruit — both fresh and dried — as well as chocolate and nut sprinkles.
There’s also colorful candy and cereal.
After DIY-ing the yogurt and toppings, the staff will then weigh your cup. The total price is based on weight at S$3.00 per 100 grams.
Be warned, for it can add up to quite a hefty sum. I filled only half a medium-sized cup, added 4 cubes of kiwi and strawberry and half a teaspoon of mini rainbow balls. The total? S$5.30.
By the way, this outlet has free wi-fi as well as crispy waffles on the menu. They have three other branches:
- 87 Marine Parade Central, #01-503
- #04-17 nex Serangoon
- #B1-61 United Square
Check out their website for more details: www.sogurt.com.sg
Sogurt (Bukit Timah)
617 Bukit Timah Road
Tel: +65 6468 8940
Mon to Thu: 11am – 10.30pm
Fri to Sun: 11am – 11.30pm