Still want your frozen fix in the cold weather? Frae has come up with a collection of ‘Winter Warmers’ including hot own-made apple crumble topping, fresh from the oven. All-organic ingredients and generous portions make it well worth breaking up your antiques hunt.
The frozen yogurt counters attached to this chain of oriental restaurants offer a variety of fruit, nut and granola toppings to promote your health and happiness. They’re served on relatively small and reasonably priced portions of yogurt, perfect for a light snack. Eighteen branches across London.
Ambient music, a (fake) lemon tree and turf instead of carpet give a travellers’ café air to this relaxed yogurt, juice and smoothie bar. Try their fro-yo with a luscious chocolate brownie topping dripping in rich chocolate sauce.
Sitting on fairy toadstools reading the exuberant slogans adorning the walls is half the fun of Snog’s eat-in charm. With toppings from healthy nuts to sinful hunks of chocolate brownie on top of unflavoured, green tea or chocolate yogurt, you certainly will fancy a Snog.
43-45 Charlotte St, W1T 1RS (7580 7990/www.yogyogurt.com). Tottenham Court Rd tube. Branches: Brent Cross Shopping Centre, NW4 3FP (020 8202 8095).
Newest to this munch bunch is Yog. Claiming its probiotic credentials make it the perfect healthy yet sweet treat, Yog offers beautiful creamy yogurt, easily mistaken for ice cream.
Unit 19a The Market, The Piazza, WC2E 8RB (7240 5532). Covent Garden tube
Given the tart yet creamy yogurt, the queue to enter this beautifully decorated frozen yogurt shop is no surprise. The ‘Yuforia special’ flavour changes weekly, and usually comes with a hint of fruit, giving you the perfect excuse to go back and try the latest.