If this place were in America, I would give it 3 stars. But this is Paris, people.
So sure it's pricier than in the States, and it's not self-serve (my obsession), but this is some damn decent yogurt. I always get the tart, which is actually tart, unlike other reviews seem to claim, and really tasty. They give you a large serving and it definitely hits the spot. Plus it's nonfat, and that's a big thing for me.
Unfortunately, if you're a big fan of toppings, this isn't the place for you. They're really expensive. If you have a sweet tooth, they're great, but I usually get fruit, and the fruit here isn't too tasty. The mango is good though.
As for the service, I've always been greeted with a giant smile here, which is super refreshing for Paris. RECOMMEND
Meh. Not the best froyo in Paris and not really comparable to anything in the states. It Mylk's froyo is not as flavorful and the texture is a bit off. They aren't a store, just a small cart located in different parts in Paris.
I've been to the one in Passy and the one at MK2 bibliotheque. Both of which never have many people outside.
This place suffices when there's nothing else around, but I wouldn't go out of my way to get it.
I'm a yogurt fanatic. This was such a good find during our visit to France. It definitely satisfied my yogurt fix.
We had the original tart which was delicious. The texture was nice and creamy, not too thick and the tartness was almost perfect. They have a huge variety of toppings to boot.
The server was extremely friendly and spoke English. :)
I'll admit they seem nice enough, but that will not be enough to bring me back. This is not frozen yogurt, but some frenchified frozen something that is neither tart or fresh tasting. The most I can say about the yogurt itself is that it is cold and kind of creamy... there are a variety of toppings, but not as many fresh fruit options as you would imagine with frozen yogurt.
The space was cute with a few chairs (not comfortable for lounging) and some fashion and gossip magazines, but no tables. How were we supposed to hang out, eat our frozen 'concoction' and read the magazines?
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