The day started off with an early bus ride to World on Yonge, where I would be getting together for a well overdue catch-up session.
Monte Cristo was a creamier, cheesier crepe, and consisted of your standard eggs-and-ham breakfast combination but included garlic aioli for a slight twist.
Stopping by World on Yonge truly is a challenge for me, but I’ve found that I’ve been making efforts to gradually familiarize myself with the plaza after discovering Love Me Sweet. Though their Original Cheesecake was equal parts creamy, airy, cheesy, it was a tad too crumbly for my liking. (Yes, there is such a thing as “too fluffy”.)
The result was not only aesthetically appealing, but fantastically flavourful. The frozen yogurt itself was an item deserving much applause.
That being said, Yogoberri’s Green Tea froyo was a very pleasant surprise in that it was the ideal combination of milky and tart. Moreover, it endured an extensive photographic process while resisting the thawing process.
In contrast, the washrooms were astonishingly clean and seemingly newly renovated; I could barely spot a speck of dust on the countertop!
Candidly speaking, I did find the interior to have an unnaturally dark green tone. This could have either been from the addition of food colouring, or an intense amount of green tea powder in the batter. The custard cream, on the other hand, was a nice, vibrant hue.