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Posted by Staff / Listed on July 9, 2011 / review policy

Yogurty'sYogurty's lets you pile on as much frozen yogurt and toppings from their huge number of choices as you can hold in a cup. But remember after you self-serve, it's weigh then pay. With a base of low-calorie froyo, it sort of cancels out the cookie dough, Reese's Pieces and Teddy Grahams, don't you think?



Emily S / July 27, 2011 at 11:27 am
The atmosphere is a wee bit stale for a frozen yogurt place. Yogurt is good but made me a little sick.
Evelyn / August 2, 2011 at 06:01 pm
I was excited at first to see this fro yo store in my area. But after trying it, Yogurty's does not get my vote. It was obvious from the moment I walked in that they were simply trying to copy Menchie's in as many ways as possible. But they failed miserably in copying. Some of the flavours here tasted ok and some tasted downright awful. It left a terrible after taste too. The toppings were uninspired. Service was ok, but the store was filthy dirty. I will still prefer to drive out of my way to get my weekly fix of Menchie's.
Rasaka / August 6, 2011 at 11:37 am
Took my kids there and I think I might of loved it more then they did. Very good tasting product , there coconut, mango or banana split frozen yogurt are to die for....yum yum. Lots of toppings and fresh fruit to dig into... This could be the best invention...I really like the control of getting what I want.

Now my kids don't stop asking me to go and like a good dad , and a Yogurty's froyo lover, I do what they ask me for. :)

Very nice addition to the avenue road community.

See you soon!!!
Michelle / November 10, 2011 at 06:53 pm
All the yogurt shops except 2 which combine powders and yogurt.
Its fraud yogurt made with prouder containing preservatives and chemicals. Its a shame the City's health department has not investigated.
John Smith / April 17, 2012 at 05:07 am
Owned by yogen fruz(who is more than trained in hat they do with more experiance thn the competitor)
Uses real low fat or no fat yogurt as their base product; not powder at all.
55c an ounce

Stand alone
Uses a powdered base(ew, never liked it)
75c an ounce.

Clear winner. Yogurtys.
Raven / October 19, 2012 at 11:14 am
I love Yogurty's. I like that they use CANE sugar rather than corn sugars as some competitors do. I have allergies but I am fine with Yogurty's. I do stay with more natural flavours like Strawberry, Banana and I love the Espresso.
Elaine / November 25, 2012 at 05:33 pm
I love the wider range of flavours and toppings compared to menchies and yoyo.
For me, I like creamier taste, so I definitely prefer Yogurty's over yoyo/menchies. Menchies taste like sugar and ice; yoyo is a bit more creamy; and yogurty is just right.
I went to the bloor location.

Antonio / August 4, 2013 at 12:51 pm
We went to try it given the positive reviews and ranking on Blog TO and were very disappointed. What we found instead were Extremely pricey and watered down yogurt with stale toppings. You are better off going to Ikea where at least it takes like milk and not frozen flavoured water.
Jennifer / June 2, 2014 at 03:30 pm
I don't get Michelle's information came from? Probably a Menchie's worker. My cousin currently works at Menchie's, but has worked at Yogurty's in the past. Menchie's uses powder and water, Yogurty's uses actual yogurt base with natural flavouring.

She still goes to Yogurty's to get yogurt even though she gets a discount at Menchie's. Yogurty's tastes better and is actual yogurt, lol. It doesn't help either that some Menchie's in Toronto received a yellow conditional pass sign in the past, yet I'm pretty sure Yogurty's always has a green pass sign.

Go Yogurty's!

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