Another new, small local business to hit my little hometown of Bangor is The Yogurt Tree. They opened back in December and are Bangor’s newest frozen yogurt bar!
Located at the end of High Street Plaza, on High Street in Bangor, Co.Down (map)
Monday – Saturday
11am – 5pm and 6pm – 9pm
DISCLAIMER ALERT: UNFORTUNATELY I HAVEN’T HAD THE CHANCE TO VISIT THE YOGURT TREE MORE THAN ONE, SO I WILL BE SHARING SOME THE PHOTOS OFF THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE ALONGSIDE MY OWN PHOTOS. I HAVE NOT BEEN ASKED TO DO THIS BLOG POST BY THE YOGHURT TREE ; I HAVE DECIDED TO SHARE THE BUSINESS WITH YOU AS I THINK THIS NEW LOCAL BUSINESS IS FANTASTIC!
The Yogurt Tree have a range of different flavoured frozen yogurts and sorbets. The day we went I chose the Nutella frozen yogurt, the Caramel frozen yogurt and then you can go for the twist, which is both flavours mixed.
They also have a range of toppings available (insta video here), I went for a couple of Cadbury mini eggs and Galaxy Minstrels, the ‘sauce’ topping was a tough choice as they had warm Peanut Butter and warm Lotus Biscoff to name just a couple. To stick with my Nutella theme I went for warm Nutella.
Not only do they do Frozen Yogurt or Sorbets, but they do a range of delicious handmade baked goodies that change daily. You can keep up to date on what’s to offer on their Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Another stunning interior, again totally up my street style wise with the wood, copper and colour scheme. Alongside the cosy atmosphere (they have blankets hanging on the wall so you can stay cosy) and delicious food, the staff are lovely and friendly and really helpful. So don’t be put off if you have no idea how to pull your own frozen yogurt (you get better with more practice) they can help you.
Something to remember though is the price of your frozen dessert is based on weight so it’s all about the size of the tub you pick, how much frozen yogurt you pull and how heavy the toppings you chose are.
So want to try something new, some good frozen yogurt, something a little healthier and local then I recommend you nip in and give The Yogurt Tree a go!