Kings N Cream kingdom fit for the King Aug 27, 2011
Came here during the month they first opened, and since then there has been some improvement and changes.
They now have designed ice-creams and yogurts which remind me of Smile.
I was given a loyalty card this time which is really cute, especially the stamps on the card, I liked the chocolate chips and the orange stamp featured on their sample chop card.
I always believe that a good dish/dessert should'nt need to have things added because it is not tasteless.
The yogurt was still as refreshing as my first visit, and it did not have that artificial milk powder taste like in other places.
The guy was really nice because he offered samples their ice-cream without me asking.
For the samples I tried chocolate and green tea, the green tea and chocolate ice-cream was very strong, but nice.
At other places even if you asked, they don't offer samples.
My Froyo was lovely and cold, but NOT ICY.
So far, this is my favourite NATURAL FROYO place, but for sweet localised froyo, my favourite place would be ROLL because I like their thick version. But according to healthy Froyo I would pick this place because it dosnt contain much sugar and I loved the tartness of it.
Price: $25 per cup
English menu: yes!
Yummy factor: brilliant
Value for Money4
yummy and healthy Jul 25, 2011
Recommended Dish(es): rose mochi
Takeaway Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jul 24, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD20
Value for Money5
Natrual froyo in fairytale kingdom Jul 03, 2011
This froyo shop is situated at the backstreets of Mong Kok where they sell airsoft guns.
I really liked the tree on the glass window at the front, a bit like a fairytale story.
They basically sell ice-cream, froyo and some cakes.
I tried the froyo, the taste was really nice and natural, and not sweet.
It resembles the yogurt at appollo but not as stiff and icy.
The yogurt seemed to contain bits of grains similar to wheatgerm but I didnt know what it was.
Value for Money3