Last December, Pinkberry finally opened in Manila. As I have mentioned before, I am not a fan of yogurt. I don't like it actually. But I promised my mom that when Pinkberry opens, I'll treat her a cup of yogurt. You see, my mom loves yogurt - Pinkberry in particular. But she only gets to eat it when she's home in California. She said the yogurt tastes different from the other yogurts. But I think it's the coziness that she digs. Case in point, she can't get over their flooring.
Last Christmas, I treated her to a cup of Pinkberry. I was surprised to see that they have more flavors here than in California. They even have Chocolate! So, I tried it and I
liked loved it so much that I told Lawrence that I'll bring him there one time. Haha.
And that one time was last week. What a good way to calm someone down by treating them to an
ice cream yogurt, yeah?!
Chocolate yogurt. Very sinful. True story.
Lawrence enjoying his yogurt
Pinkberry's counter. Notice their flooring.
with a chocolate yogurt. Still not a convert though.
It is true that I love Pinkberry although I don't love yogurt. It might sound confusing. The thing is, I only like Pinkberry and Golden Spoon for their flavored yogurts - the ones that tasts like ice cream. I still can't stand the original frozen yogurt.
And for some reminiscing, here are some photos of me and my mom at Pinkberry at the Americana.
mom with her Pinkberry original yogurt filled with fruits
posing with mom's Pinkberry yogurt
Do you see the difference in cup sizes? In California, the cup that I was holding is the regular size. In Manila, that's large. The cup that Lawrence was holding is the regular size here.
A regular cup at Pinkberry Manila is Php100 (without toppings). A regular cup in Pinkberry California is around USD3.99. I'm not so sure anymore.
To those who aren't a fan of yogurt, you might want to give Pinkberry a shot. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.
Pinkberry is located at Greenbelt 5.