Following the froyo dream
Noodlies, Sydney food blog checks out Mooberry
They’re young, in love and they’ve given up their corporate jobs to run a froyo joint in cosmopolitan Newtown. As the story goes, Janine loooves desserts, especially froyo and John X indulges her by driving his sweetheart all around town to get her regular fix.
And then one day, they decided to open one of their own, six months ago, Mooberry was born. They make a cute couple – hear Janine and John talk about Mooberry in the noodlies featured video above.
The fun starts with the cute Mooberry signage outside and continues inside with astro turf and candy stripped feature walls and treble-rich dance music. The crowd, in couples or groups is young and giggly. It’s an infectiously fun space, full credit to Janine and John who designed it.
The menu is what you’d expect from a froyo space, frozen yogurt with a bewildering combo of toppings, fruit, jelly, pearls, smarties and even mini macarons.
Mooberry is an independent froyo eatery and have the advantage of being agile, unlike the froyo chains, they can introduce new items quickly. For winter, there’s a selection of winter warmers.
The Belgian waffles are dangerously addictive, soft and warm, drizzled with Belgian chocolate and a choice of toppings – go the banana and strawberry it’s a nice combo of freshness that works well with sweet waffles. This dish also includes a serving of coconut froyo – a special, smooth and creamy Mooberry flavour that’s available all year round.
Or try the churros with oozy melted Belgian chocolate, the churros are freshly baked, not fried, and are extra absorbent when dipped but isn’t oily.
If you’re after a quick, warming shot, try the Mooberry froyo affagato – that special coconut froyo with an espresso shot.
The bubbly and bright-eyed Janine and John and their labour of love, Mooberry, is refreshingly different in the same ol’, same ol’ froyo world. Noodlies leaves with a little smile and a lot of fondness for Mooberry.
160 King St, Newtown
(02) 9557 4208
Noodlies, Sydney food blog and guest experienced Mooberry as guests of Janine and John X. Some images courtesy of Mooberry.
Wow the froyo trend is all the craze thees days isn’t it? They are popping up everywhere!
I’m not sure they will all last, though Sherrie.
great shot of the froyo affagato. seems like frozen yoghurt is the new mexican in town
I’m not sure how many will last. I like Mooberry because they can be different, like these winter dishes.
ooh ive walked past this place a few times, i should pop in and try their winter warmers! lovely photos!
I am a big big fan of their coconut flavour.
I take the kids for froyo most weekends and no matter where we go Mooberry is always the favourite. Service with a smile and their creativity with the menu is really good. I like that they aren’t a chain for that reason.