The Best Froyo Shops In The Capital

froyo shops

If you’re looking of a sweet and cooling treat by pass traditional ice-cream and go for some refreshing Froyo, aka frozen yogurt.

It’s a delicious and much more healthier, depending on how naughty you are with toppings, alternative to ice cream. It’s risen in popularity over the last few years with more and more froyo bars popping up all over the place.

If you’re out and about in the capital then be sure to check out these froyo bars.


Probably the most well known froyo bar is Snog. They have branches all over the capital from Soho to South Kensington. And with toppings including marshmallows, Oreos and brownies who wouldn’t be tempted?

The Sloane Bros.froyo shops

They may have only been open a short while but are already making a name for themselves. Situated in trendy Brick Lane it’s no wonder that people have been raving about them. You only need to take a look at their toppings menu; which includes mini Party Rings, Jammie Dodgers, Bourbon biscuits, toffee popcorn and red velvet cake crumbs to see why! We’ll take one of each please.


Yoomoo froyo shops

The great thing about Yoomoo is you get to self serve so there’s no reason not to try as many flavours as you can and  pile on as many toppings as you can manage! They have branches in Westfield Stratford City, The O2, Canary Wharf and in Harrods.




It’s easy access during Fashion Week, they are located in Topshop’s flagship Oxford Circus store as well as in Chelsea, Notting Hill and Islington, so is a favourite of ours. If you’re pressed for time or you just can’t seem to decide on anything ( as we often find ourselves doing) they have a ready made menu you can choose from, perfect!







Mahum Masood
Mahum Masood is a recent journalism graduate from City University – one of the highest ranked universities for journalism in the world. Born and bred in East London she loves discovering all the new places and pop ups that make the area so exciting. Currently interning at a graphic design agency in Shoreditch as their Communications Managers. She has previously worked for Made In Shoreditch, an online magazine, and continues to create content for them.She also writes for – a student blog that was originally started 3 years ago and then franchised by the American company HerCampus - a hugely popular online community for women at university across the globe. Her interests include reading till her eyes go fuzzy, collecting fashion magazines and spending most of her time in a cinema.

Leave a Response