But even better than this classic combination is smooth, creamy frozen yogurt on top of crisp, eggy waffles, with a generous portion of freshly-sliced fruit on the side.
And when there's A/C, Wi-Fi, a free private parking lot, and a clean bathroom to boot? You can bet I'm staying here for a while.
We pointed in unison to the fifteen dollar special scrawled in pink on the small chalkboard: the Yogoberri Waffle w/ two hot drinks.
Shortly after, the space filled with an ever-fragrant, vanilla-esque aroma, indicating the arrival of our waffle and froyo plate.
My previous conclusion still held: Yogoberri's froyo was a superb blend of tart creaminess and semi-firm sweetness. Served with seasonal fruit and meticulously swirled atop a slightly warm, well-made waffle only proved to further enhance its flavour profile, engaging not only the sense of taste, but the sense of sight as well. Vanilla was a smidgen sweeter than its Green Tea counterpart, but both were enjoyable nonetheless!
I think it's proper to declare that I'll be trying their bingsoo next time.
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For $2, I suppose I shouldn't complain though. The exterior was a tad burnt, and the batter a tad flour-heavy, but the Pogo-like creation was undeniably satisfying, and, intriguingly enough, equal parts sweet and savoury. (My inner Curious George has me questioning whether the cheese- or ube-filled waffles would be just as compelling...)
Popping in at 7:45 pm for the all-level K-Pop Dance Class was originally my idea, though my friend had been kind enough to accompany me for the sake of being good company. With a class of approximately twenty other participants, we followed Instructor Steven Chau through a series of stretches and warm-up exercises before learning his original choreography to SISTAR's newly-released song, "I Like That".
Considering that drop-in fees were $15 per class (or $70 for 6 classes, etc.), VYbE dance classes would probably earn the spot as my cardio workout of choice should their studio be located closer to home. Nonetheless, it was an amazing experience and I would love to join again!
To make up for our lack of dinner, we took to Cha Me. Cha for late night munching, sharing a Purple Crystal Snow Ice (taro bites galore!).