Since it was almost time for me to leave Hong Kong, we had decided to go around Hong Kong to try some interesting places. This time, we went to CRUMBS because I had always liked frozen yoghurt, but was just limited to YOMAMA, so this is for me to try something new.
It was so hot that day, and feels even hotter in MK because of all the pollution and the crowds. We finally arrived at CRUMBS, and Y ordered mochi with blueberries, whereas I had mochi and 椰果(coconut fruit?). We got lucky that day and had free crumbs on our yoghurt, which I later realised, are actually gingerbread crumbs, and goes quite well with the yoghurt's taste.
Our yoghurts ;)
The yoghurt itself was pretty good, not too sweet. I especially liked how they made layers of yoghurt and toppings which made them look prettier. For mine, the mochi was both soft and chewy, which was great, but I find that there are too much sugar with the 椰果. It was definitely a great yoghurt place.
Unfortunately, I'm not sure was it the day being too hot, or the yoghurt are not being kept at a cold enough temperature, the yoghurt started to melt not long after we got them. And by the time we reached Mong Kok MTR station, half of it had melted (which I think is perfectly normal given the HK average temperature, it's just not appealing that's all).
Despite the yoghurt melted, I found it delicious. But probably it's better to have it perhaps indoors next time, or when the weather is somewhat cooler.
Takeaway Wait Time: 5 minute(s)
Value for Money 4