My first taste of Pinkberry frozen yogurt was at the store at the Farmer’s Market, The Grove, Los Angeles, in 2009. My LA-based friend and I shared a tub of original-flavor yogurt piled sky-high with fruit toppings – strawberry, blueberry, peaches, and more – as we sat on pastel-colored stools watching a line of people file past us eager for their own sweet treat.
Back then I wished a Pinkberry would open in the Philippines.Now it has – at Greenbelt 5, Ayala Mall in Makati, as of now the only branch in the country.
The facade. An armed guard makes sure patrons and the store are safe.
An array of toppings – nuts, cereal, brownies, candy…
…and fruit – strawberries, pineapple, mangoes, kiwis, blueberries, more.
A menu poster is hung on the wall behind the yogurt machines. The available yogurt flavors are original, green tea, watermelon, mango, pomegranate, and chocolate.
“Small (5 US fl oz (150 ml), Medium (8 US fl oz (240 ml), and Large (13 US fl oz (380 ml). As of September 7th, 2011, Pinkberry dessert contains per 1/2 cup (100 g) 100 calories for Original, 120 calories for Pomegranate, 100 calories for Mango, 120 calories for Chocolate, and 170 calories for the seasonal Peanut Butter.” (Wikipedia)
Pinkberry interior decor is basically the same in their 100 branches all over the world.
Pinkberry interiors are spare, pastel, and soothing.
A medium-size tub of Pinkberry frozen yogurt, topped with brownies and almonds.
All photos taken with an iPhone 4S.