Frozen yogurt Jul 27, 2012
This is officially one of my favourite places for frozen yogurt! next time i will try their cakes.
Firstly, it was affordable compared to Yo mama and holly brown. Also unlike yo mama, their granola is crunchy and flavourful. Unlike crumbs, their brownies are softer which goes well with the yogurt. For crumbs, the brownies were way too hard and chewy! Another thing I like are the forks and sppons they are so cute. I also want to try the pastas. I'm surprised no one has made a review on those.
Table Wait Time: 10 minute(s)
Spending per head: Approximately HKD33(Lunch)
Value for Money4
Sit down roll up your sleeves and relax @ Roll Jun 13, 2012
I love their rolls and now there is finally a place to sit down properly and enjoy them, so roll up your sleeves and enjoy!
Anyway there were a few new rolls and this yogurt bear which is just froyo sandwiched in between a macaron shaped chocolate bear.
The macaron was nice and chewy and the sweetness of it balanced with the tartness of the froyo.
I also had a caramel roll too which has caramel pudding in the middle, it was also sweet so it was really nice having the roll with the froyo.
English menu: yes
Yummy factor: OK
Sweetness levels: Just right
Value for Money3
Roll that on! Feb 27, 2012
I was delighted to see a new pinkish outlet of Roll along Stanley Street in Central - albeit having learnt about how spongy and mini rolls at Roll, TST is, I have always missed the golden opportunity of giving it a try. Chances came by as I was walking along the familiar street this afternoon, looking for something to equip my camera with. Perhaps it was because of its genre as a dessert, after-lunch cafe that had spared it from the mercy of the hungry crowds hunting for lunch, preserving some tranquility in the very heart of Central.
All in all, a very pleasant first-time visit to this TST-based dessert place, and i finally understand why people got all crazy about the rolls. They are so small and so cute-looking that tempt customers into treating themselves one as a light snack after lunch or whatsoever. Roll also serves coffee and tea, as well as a small variety of savoury light snacks and sandwiches too, and the manager said they would offer lunch sets soon. Sounds great - will come back again for sure, and i hope the objective of my next visit would be to sample around the saliva-dripping mini rolls!
Date of Visit: Feb 27, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD70
Value for Money4