Sour Sally Frozen Yogurt or otherwise called by its trendy name “Fro-Yo” is regarded as a new breakthrough of frozen dessert industry. It is 100% fat free and can be enjoyed with tens of fresh fruit toppings selections or a variety of cereals.
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Jurong outlet: #03-32/33 Jurong Point 2
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One of the better, though slightly underrated, frozen yogurt places.
They don't serve many flavours but they're most of them quite good (even the plain yogurt). On some days, you get to pick between different combinations of two flavours. They do however have a variety of toppings you may choose from.
My personal favourite is the Pinkilicious, which is just their strawberry-flavoured yogurt. It tastes of real strawberries, tart and refreshing and fruity, unlike many strawberry-themed desserts (especially ice cream) out there which, my friend has discerningly remarked, tastes of fever medicine. So Pinkilicious was pretty addictive to us.
I do love their melon- and matcha-flavoured yogurt too but not as much as Pinkilicious. The matcha yogurt unfortunately was slightly below expectation as the taste of the matcha wasn't robust enough, and so not enough to satisfy fans of matcha-themed desserts.
Contrary to the name suggests, the yogurt isn't sour at all. In fact, it is on the sweet side which is what i like. I like their green tea flavored yogurt.
Though there are a lot of frozen yogurt stores in Singapore, Sour Sally probably offers the widest array of toppings than any other store. One topping I would recommend is the mochi topping which is unique and delicious. The granola topping is crunchy instead of soft which added more flavours to the yogurt.
However I feel that the selection of flavours are too limited. There should be more fruit flavours to choose from. Service could be better though.
It's definitely unique. I'm a big fan of green tea, so I immediately went for the green tea flavoured yoghurt! It wasn't as good as I had hoped it would be, I was expecting it to taste more matcha-flavoured. To me, it tasted rather sour and artificial.
But many of my friends who tried the original flavour liked it a lot and also, had many toppings in their yoghurt. They felt that fruity pebbles and aloe vera went really well with the yoghurt. Maybe next time I will just stick with the original flavour and stop being so adventurous when it comes to food!
Like its name,
It's definitely sour - compared to the other froyo outlets. But it's sour in a really satisfying way! I love sour stuff, so Sour Sally got me hooked the first time I tried it. The consistency of the yogurt is not as thick as I would have wanted it to be, something like a sorbet texture, but when you eat it, the sourness assures you it's yogurt. Very flavourful and I've yet to have any preference between the flavours, I like em all! :)
The price is definitely reasonable, like the market price. And I say, it's worth it. The amount you get seems to be quite a fair bit, including the toppings, Sour Sally is a life saver in a perpetually-summer climate.
A refreshing perk-me-up
This is one of my favourite froyo places. Sour Sally definitely lives up to its name by having the most sour, tart yoghurts - precisely the kind I like. I think the taste makes it hugely refreshing and always perks me up when I'm tired from shopping. The texture is also nicely creamy but I think it could be a little thicker. I usually go for the original but that is partly because whenever I felt like trying out other flavours, they always happen to be out of stock.
I've only ever tried it at Wisma Atria and I think the ambience could be nicer. Maybe because the place is too small, with passersby milling around outside. It could be nice sitting there and people-watching but it gets stressful when there are other customers and only 2 tables in the whole shop and you know you're hogging a table when you slowly enjoy your yoghurt.
Like the Interior
I tried the Sour Sally at Jurong Point, found on the top level. When I went there with my friend, it was quite early so the shop was empty. The girl at the counter was just playing at her computer, which I was okay with because I know how boring it can get when there are no customers to serve!
When we wanted to place our order, the girl was very helpful and patient with us in explaining how we could choose to have single or mixed flavours. The downside about this is you could not choose which flavours you wanted to mix because they were already pre-fixed. In the end I chose the plain yoghurt, as is with my usual. This frozen yoghurt was cheaper than others because it had special deals for students as well.
The taste was quite regular, slightly more icy than creamy. However, what I liked about Sour Sally was the interior of the shop. The walls were made of white bricks and one side of the wall consisted of full length mirrors, a perfect place to take photographs with friends! As my friend and I fooled around with photo-taking at the backdrop, the counter girl did not give us any strange looks as well so I think that was a plus point!
I was contemplating trying Sour Sally as I was afraid that its froyo will taste as sour as its name. When I finally did try, it was that sour after all. In fact, it was light, yet flavorful at the same time. I tried a mixture of strawberry and original with mochi toppings. At that time, they had a student discount of 10% too.
Though I am not exactly a froyo fan, I could tell that Sour Sally's froyo was more flavorful as compared to other brands and Sour Sally is indeed my favorite of the lot! It makes it even more appetizing knowing that froyo is healthy, fat free and there's a 10% discount for students too! Would definitely satisfy my cravings for icy cold treats!
Aint that sour!
sour sally is definitely distinct from other yogurt stalls as they offer different yogurt creations rather than the usual plain yogurt or single flavoured yogurt, so do give it a try!
i like their mochi topping very much. it is slighty chewy and a little mushy, im sure it's an accquired taste for some but for others like myself, the mochi hit off well with me.
initially the name gave the impression that their yogurt will be somewhat more sour than the others in the market, however, that's not the case. their yogurt is slightly sweet and its not too heavy on the stomach. it is light and when semi-melted, it is much more watery than milky. Maybe that can explain why it isnt as filling as compared to other yogurt stores out there.
service staff is definitely bad. no smiles, no thank you, no nothing. basically a robot could have done the job.
certain card members like ntuc/nebo card holders are entitled to 10% off but you have to present the card on your own initiative as the service staff never prompts customers.
located at the basement of wisma, at a corner, it might be easy to miss if you are not particularly observant. not many seats are available for sit ins. only two tables and around 5 chairs in total
Loving the yoghurt!
Sour Sally, not so much as the title explains, doesn’t really have sour yoghurt. Well, of course all yoghurts by nature are sour to a certain percent, but Sour Sally’s yoghurt isn’t exactly very sour. Sorry to disappoint all you fans out there of Sour stuff, but Sour Sally’s yoghurt is certainly more pleasant than sour.
I first had my Sour Sally Yoghurt at the outlet at Wisma Atria Mall, at the basement link way towards Takashimaya. It was one of those days I was out window shopping with my girlfriends and we decided to give Sour Sally a try as we were all craving frozen yoghurt. As always, I ordered the original flavoured one as I do with all frozen yoghurt. I am personally not a big fan of flavoured products (especially flavoured milk. Somehow makes me nauseous.) so I always play it safe and go with the original flavour. Everyone tried different flavours so we could all have a bit of each.
The staff was pretty friendly and after ordering, we were all pleasantly surprised by the smooth yoghurt we had in front of it. It didn’t melt so quickly, so that was a plus point. And the taste didn’t fade after it dissolves in your mouth. We had a satisfied experience with Sour Sally.
Located in a little corner at the basement of Wisma Atria, this little fro-yo store has definitely caught onto the craze that has been Singapore. The branding is pretty cute, with a moon-faced girl complete with pigtails and a school uniform as the cover girl and the décor is equally cute! What I loved most about this place was that it was really refreshing and differentiated itself from other for-yo chains with its colour scheme that brightened up my day. It really is convenient after shopping for an afternoon around Wisma to be able to sink into one of their plush comfortable chairs and have a refreshing spoonful of fro-yo.