With its downstairs space and outdoor vaults decked out like an Alice in Wonderland tribute by UK street artist Shuby, this Aussie café is something of a frozen yoghurt champion with its own mini menu. Its fat-free and additive-free fro-yo is made in Wales, and you can order this either ‘naked’ or ‘party’ style with all the toppings (perhaps rosewater jelly, balsamic strawberries or caramelised bacon). They even have a rolling van called Pinky dealing in the stuff, while DIY fro-yo is the top treat when they lay on kids’ parties.
August 2019: We’ve added the Islington branch of the US-based Pinkberry chain, which is now open once again following some essential repair work.
People have been eating plain yoghurt for millennia, but it wasn’t until the 1970s that fro yo was invented – making every ice-cream addict feel mildly better about themselves. No one really knows whether it’s actually any healthier for you than a Mr Whippy. But whatever. It feels like it is and that’s what matters. From Islington to Marylebone, we’ve rounded up the best places to find frozen yoghurt.