241 Holland Avenue Holland Village
#01-02 Singapore 278976. Tel: +65 64621188
2. FROLICK (SERANGOON GARDENS)
4 Kensington Park Road Serangoon Garden Estate
Singapore 557256. Tel: +65 63147919
3. FROLICK (TAMPINES 1)
10 Tampines Central 1 Tampines 1
#B1-32 Singapore 529536. Tel: +65 63147919
4. FROLICK (HOUGANG MALL)
90 Hougang Avenue 10 Hougang Mall
#B1-K11 Singapore 538766.
5. FROLICK (THE CATHAY)
2 Handy Road The Cathay
#01-02 Singapore 229233.
6. FROLICK (BT BATOK CENTRAL)
630 Bukit Batok Central
#01-158 Singapore 650630.
7. FROLICK (MILLENIA WALK)
9 Raffles Boulevard Millenia Walk
#01-k7 Singapore 039596.
8. FROLICK (LOT ONE)
21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 Lot 1 Shoppers' Mall
#B1-23 Singapore 689812.
9. FROLICK (BUGIS JUNCTION)
80 Middle Road Hotel Intercontinental Singapore
#01-K1 Singapore 188966.
If you're looking for a dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth without packing on the pounds, this is it. Frolick brings to you cool, frosty frozen yogurt that's low in fat but high in flavor, piled high with a myriad of toppings that run the gamut from fresh fruits and nuts to crunchy cereals and chocolate chips.
Frolick’s yogurt has more of an icy texture rather than the creamy kind. This is what I dislike about it, because I prefer frozen yoghurt to be creamy and the iciness makes the yogurt seem like it has been stored for quite a while in the machine thus may not be very fresh. The taste is also not spectacular, as it is quite sour and not as nice as others I have had.
The toppings they provide are quite good though, because they always have both fresh fruits and dry toppings readily available. They also give a generous helping, as I have seen other yoghurt stalls only give 8-10 blueberries while they give 14-15.
Now they also have a new cup called the A cup, which cannot have any toppings but is a smaller size for just $3.00. I think this is quite a nice concept, except that I’m not sure why they want to disallow toppings since yogurt tastes better with it and it gives the customers more variety as well.
I'd definitely prefer those that's self-assembled because then I can gauge the amount of yogurt and toppings I want and hence the amount I'm paying. I usually load my cup with toppings at Sogurt because most of the weight comes from the yogurt. I think that definitely provides more value.
Unlike Frolick. You choose the flavor, the size and your topping; everything else is assembled by them. Most of their staff seems to be stingy, or maybe that's their policy because I'm paying the highest price for frozen yogurt at Frolick and always getting the tiniest amount of it.
Would rather patronize elsewhere where I can enjoy to my heart's content, the quality and quantity I'm paying for.
One of the fondest memories I have would be the times we spent having at the Frolick outlet located beside the Bukit Batok Bus Interchange. Though we do not patronize it often, that is one of the strongest memories I have. Why? Well that's because we would talk about school life and the happenings in our respective CCAs. It was a sanctuary for us to hang out for a while before diving back into the hectic life of being a student.
When we were there, I would usually go for their green apple flavoured frozen yoghurt with a topping of gummy bears. It was fun and painful to eat it cause the gummy bears would harden due to the frozen yoghurt. I still remember the times when there was a special one for one offer for the frozen yoghurt. All six of us would patronize it together to take advantage of the special offer.
Though we are now in separate Junior Colleges and Polytechnics, we would still make it a point to go back there and relive those memories of ours. Although our schedules clash more often than not, there would always be a slot that we would search for in order to meet up and enjoy some frozen dessert together.
The yogurt is more or less ordinary...yes there are different flavors but they change so often that I rather just stick to the original (I'm totally a tried-and-tested person) because I can't remember which flavours I liked. And while the service is good, I am not drawn to buying yogurt because the price is really not worth it for a tiny dollop of fermented milk.
Frolick at Bugis Junction offers amazing deals three times a week that I simply cannot say no to. On Thursdays, it offers one-for-one frozen yoghurts, meaning that if you order a Cup B, it's $2.55 for each! And the Cup B is honestly quite big. Not to mention, the staff there is quite generous with toppings! I often find myself getting two cups in the end, simply because I cannot refuse this offer.
Also, the outlet has a cool atmosphere as it furnished itself in a "beach style manner", making it a perfect experience to hang out with your pals and treat yourselves to a nice, cool dessert!
The only thing I don't like about Frolick is their yogurt.. Which defeats the purpose of even liking frolick in the first place right. It tastes so much like yakult and not yogurt! It's too icy and has no creamy texture at all. Once it enters your mouth it seems to just melt into a puddle of yakult. Yucks.
Their chocolate froyo is really really good though, you'd be lucky if you got to try it. More like ice cream than froyo. They should just change their original flavour to chocolate.
After trying out yogurt from many other fro-yo places, I would say that the fro-yo at Frolick really pales in comparison to those served at other places like Yami and Sogurt where the texture is creamier. The fro-yo here is mainly just icy, melts too quickly and lacks the distinctive tart yogurt flavor. I'd have to say they were generous with the topping but if the main attraction can't hold it's weight then that's not much of a redeeming factor either.
What really got my gut was the poor service at the store. We were greeted with unpleasant expressions and observed rather uncourteous behavior towards the lady before us who was probably a first time customer and was not aware of the price differences between flavored and original. Overall, we were pretty let down by the service and quality here.
Frolick also offers a variety of toppings, which include gummy bears, waffle crisps and fruits. I tried the plain yogurt once since the flavoured one for the day sounded much too adventurous for my liking. To my surprise, the sweetness of the yogurt is still very much present even from the plain looking yogurt. I can have my yogurt fix without any topping at all, but sometimes I would choose to have their peaches and strawberries.
Yogurt is a great and yummy alternative to ice cream and be sure to try it out if you haven’t already! I feel that Frolick is definitely one of the top yogurt stores in Singapore. Service wise, don’t expect much because girls at Frolick can be unfriendly and seem to be living in their own bubbles.
I was not sure about the types of yoghurt to order and when I asked the staff, she told me there's either natural yoghurt or flavoured yoghurt and only 1 flavour, green apple . She did not elaborate further, so I ordered one of each. Felt the cup was a teeny bit small for S$3.00.
I saw several toppings laid out at the counter. There were about 8 or more varieties of toppings and the staff did not ask me if I wanted any toppings , unlike Macdonalds, they will ask " upsize for you?" Guess she was used to people who knew what they wanted ,but I was thinking that if she had asked if I wanted any toppings I would have tried some, more revenue for the shop, right?
Anyway, what I like about the store was that the customer can sit as long as he/she likes, a couple was there before us and were still sitting and chatting when we left and one man was leisurely reading his newspaper.
No hassle, just pay , take your yoghurt and enjoy your meal.