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Menchie's

Posted by Staff / Listed on January 5, 2011 / review policy

Menchies TorontoMenchie's is a US-based frozen yogurt chain that has taken a flyer on Canada. While supply has already seemed to outstrip demand for this fad-ish product, Menchie's just might be able to make this work with their ridiculous number of flavours and toppings.

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penny mittal / June 21, 2011 at 09:19 am
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Yum - really this place has so many flavours of frozen Yogurt, it is delicious!

Mani / June 29, 2011 at 05:19 pm
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Menchie's is overpriced mediocre frozen yogurt in an all to trendy atmosphere that says "yeah I just did yoga and now I am getting some Fro Yo with my son Sage.". People who eat "Tangy watermelon" frozen yogurt with sprinkles and gummy worms are the same kind of people who order salads with kraft ranch dressing and chicken.. it no longer counts as healthy. Real ice cream is less processed and better for you- so lets stop charging way to much for this "healthy alternative" to ice cream that is not really that tasty.
akswun / July 5, 2011 at 08:45 am
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mani... you're such a typical toronto hater....
Jen / July 27, 2011 at 10:49 am
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Akswun...Mani has a point....I'm not hating, just agreeing to the facts. Migt as well go to McD's and have yourself a snack blizzard...for those who count calories, it's prpbably the same once youve topped your $10 Menchies small yougurt. Not impressed. I'd prefer the small independant businesses. That's a better way to support Toronto, not some hot shot out in Timbucktoo making a fortune internationally. boo
JB / August 1, 2011 at 05:20 pm
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frozen yogurt is the way to go. ice cream has too much fat and isn't healthy for you. i especially like menchies because they have nonfat yogurt...that way i can pile on the toppings! LOLOL.
Jolie / August 2, 2011 at 02:51 pm
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Best original tart ever!!! Menchie's and Pinkberry are the only real froyo's. Take it from an LA girl.
Tammy / August 3, 2011 at 07:45 pm
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Thank you Menchie's for thinking of those of us who are diabetic by offering us a No Sugar Added alternative. And the fact its delicious is a bonus. I come 3 times a week to get my "fix". No kidding. My kids love you for other reasons including the free stickers and tattoos you give them. So thanks for offering each of us something special.
Venus / September 19, 2011 at 05:10 pm
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I love Menchie's delicious fro yo- guilt free apres yoga pleasure to enjoy with my brood.
p.s. Hatah's gone H8 MANI, Menchie's is here to STAY!
BN / November 7, 2011 at 09:17 pm
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We don't eat it for the sake of being healthy. We eat Menchie's because it TASTES GOOD.
Ali / February 16, 2012 at 11:03 am
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Eww. This place is nasty. I can't believe I spent $10 on my disgusting fro-yo. The fruit toppings looked like they had been sitting there for decades - I wouldn't be surprised if the chocolate/candy toppings are expired.

Nasty & overpriced.
wovenbyrd / March 8, 2012 at 07:52 pm
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Flavours taste very artificial and way too sweet. Eating fro yo here is like eating a salad dunked in a litre of salad dressing (it is no longer healthy).
Grace / June 5, 2012 at 09:31 am
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I came to Menchie's after hearing my friends raving about their froyo. Entering the establishment, it looked great and there were a lot of customers. I figure it was a good choice... however, I was proven wrong in about 30 seconds.

The staff working looked miserable and their greeting? Monotone.

Anyways, this review is about their froyo. They offered a lot of flavours. I tried most of them and it wasn't pleasant. Who the hell likes this crap?! One of their flavours called strawberry vanilla tastes like the Nestle strawberry milk syrup ... there was a spill by the machines as well. 2 cuustomers including myself almost slipped and fell. What were the staff doing? Chatting at the cash registers.

Still, I got some cherry sorbet froyo (tastes like medicine) and topped it off. My first bite, I discovered 2 flies. So did my friend who was half way done. Disgusting.

Expensive, crap "frozen yogurt"...(really?)... first and last time. I will stick to other froyo shops.
Welcome to Menchie's, would you like flies with that?
sum123 / October 9, 2012 at 04:46 pm
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Menchie's looks great but tastes horrible. If you people love toppings so much, have you not heard of Bulk Barn?
insaaf / January 27, 2013 at 01:16 am
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Hi just a question... is munchies halal? Are there any pork by products used to make this frozen yogurt? Thanks Insaaf South Africa.
m / April 29, 2013 at 04:27 pm
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I was, and continue to be, appalled to learn that The Menchies on The Danforth sent out it's mascot and an employee to an Elementary School to stop young children as they were exiting the school yard to give them advertising for their store. As a result of this offensive behaviour I will never set foot inside a Menchies ever!!
Adda / August 21, 2013 at 02:59 pm
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I have menchies all the time, fill the cup it's always around 4$ - maybe I'm doing something wrong but I really don't understand where all these $10 'it's so expensive' comments are coming from.

Also, I like Menchies because they offer more tart flavours than the other froyo places I've been to and also have sugar free options (my mother is a diabetic). Maybe it isn't healthy, but it's not like you're having this stuff every day, it's a treat. I understand not liking the place because you don't find it tasty, but not liking a froyo store because it has a high calorie count (despite the sugar free/low cal options available) is pretty silly in my opinion.

Haha I feel like I'm going to get a ton of hate for this comment somehow.
dh / August 1, 2014 at 10:49 pm
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is menchies halal

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