This blogpost is a continual post of the Tampines 1 Food Trail Session. I have always been a huge fan of Yoguru back in 2011 where I used to walk to E!hub opposite my secondary school just to have yogurt after my class ends. I don't know why, but I simply prefer their yogurt compared to other competing brands. Moreover, it's the promising taste of their yogurt that attracts me the most. After I graduated, I knew that I won't be able to conveniently go to Pasir Ris all the time to just have yogurt. To my surprised, they have a new outlet located at the Basement Of Tampines 1 (ps; which I have always wanted them to be at Tampines!!) It's so convenient for me now to get Yogurt because it's so around the corder of where I live.
Their yogurt are not only delicious but they are generally affordable and priced reasonably. For a cup of original yogurt, it would cost you $3.20. Additional $0.90 you will get 2 toppings of your choice. Btw, they are also currently having a promotion offering complementary toppings for students too if you purchase their yogurt. This is why I love Yoguru so much ;)
With also a wide array of toppings which includes fruits, nuts (that contains beneficial health factors) and also sugary treats for you to choose like kit kat! My favourite is fruity pebbles and oreo crumbs! With so many options to choose, you would have a trouble making up a decision! Haha! Thumbs Up!
Peach Flavour Yogurt
Topped with sliced fresh mangoes and strawberries.
There are also different types of flavours too. I strongly recommend you to try Original and Blue-berry flavour. Their quality of yogurt are definitely top ranking in my list and I would prefer their yogurt compared to the rest outlet. Because sometimes, I could be very picky about yogurt, i can't take it if it's too sour or milky. At yoguru, their yogurt are just right with the perfect combination of the right taste. Heres an extra fun fact: Their yogurt uses no preservatives, and are produced daily to sustain it's freshness. Best of all their yogurt are non-fat (sounds good to me eh?)
For more information you can check out their website: