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To those who try the restaurants posted on this blog, you may want something after your meal to tie up the whole experience. Enter dessert.
Yogli Mogli is a great option for those who live in Atlanta because they have many outlets and their frozen yogurt is actually pretty cheap. Yuchen and the other team members stopped at the Yogli Mogli outlet at Merchant’s walk after eating at The Mediterranean Grill, another Belly favorite.
The frozen yogurt at Yogli Mogli is closer to soft serve ice cream because it is really thick. Die hard yoghurt fans might come away disappointed, but most people I think will really enjoy the frozen yogurt. It comes in a wide variety of flavors, including Original, Cake Batter, Chocolate, Pistachio, Strawberry, Blueberry and many others. The menu changes slightly throughout the year to accommodate seasonal flavors. For example, in the fall, a pumpkin flavor is available and in winter, an egg-nog flavor is available. This wide selection of flavors means that everyone will find something that they like at Yogli Mogli. Plus, its self serve, so you can mix and match flavors as much as you want.
It doesn’t end with the yoghurt (really, how could it?). After you load up with all the yogurt you can eat, you can add all the toppings you can eat. Again, there is a wide selection of toppings, including various candies, sauces, and fruits. By the end of it all, you have a dish of great yogurt topped off with great toppings.
Yuchen described his yogurt as a “symphony of flavors.” Of course, he mixed as many flavors as he possibly could. But even if you don’t want EVERYTHING in the store, the wide selection of flavors and toppings means that you can create a combination of flavors that suits your tastes pretty easily.
Yogli Mogli prices your yogurt based on weight, which is great because you get to decide what you get charged based on how hungry you are. The price is around $.39/oz which is quite a good deal. Whenever I personally visit Yogli Mogli, I get about 11-13 ounces of yogurt, which is a pretty big portion. That costs $5. And of course, if you don’t want as much yogurt, you can simply put less in your bowl and pay less too. Overall, I would say that the yogurt is priced fairly here.
If you are in East Cobb and are looking for a dessert shop, Yogli Mogli is a pretty strong option. The competition in East Cobb would be Brusters and Coldstone (reviews coming soon), which are both ice cream shops. Where Yogli Mogli is strong though is in its self-serve environment and its flavor and toppings selection. Also, while I can’t say that frozen yogurt is good for your health, it is probably a good deal better for you then full on ice cream. Its definitely lighter for one.
If frozen yogurt is your thing, give Yogli Mogli a try.