‘What cup size are you?’ asks the cheeky menu. ‘Who’s your sugadaddy?’ asks the attendant’s vest. Not used to such dirty talk at a sweet shop, we looked away but the hot pink walls reflected the colour of our cheeks. Sugadaddy, the city’s newest yogurt shop (yes, there's another one!) at Charni Road is quick to make you blush, but will that translate to love?
There are four basic yogurt options to choose from - original, blueberry, chocolate and coconut. The small, regular and large sizes are substituted with a, b and c. You can have these garnished with ‘naughty’ chocolate toppings or nice ‘fruit’ ones, but we weren’t too impressed with either variety. The frozen yogurt here is made from machines so you can’t go wrong with consistency when it’s churned out mechanically. We loved the silky blueberry yogurt which was fruity and light as air, but weighed down by the chocolate toppings. From the six flavoured smoothies, we got the apple pie which was apple, cinnamon and pie crumbs blended in frozen yogurt - not too sweet, though we wished it were thicker. Also on the menu are Kit-Kat, Oreo, caramel and peanut butter milkshakes to name a few, as well as softies. Also check out Daddy’s pick of the day - not on their usual menu - like the lemon tart and Madagascar vanilla yogurt flavours.
Books of Amounts
Sugadaddy’s yogurt is quite reasonable when compared to Yogurtbay and Cocoberry, but the smoothies and milkshakes here are pricier. We hope the limited yogurt menu gets heftier in the days to come- maybe balancing their assets would be a good plan for the end of the financial year.
Getting there: 11 Sukh Sagar, N.S. Patkar Marg, next to Kobe Sizzlers, Opera House, 66102345, visit the Facebook page here, Rs 30, Rs 70 and Rs 150 for small, regular and large sizes of frozen yogurt respectively.
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