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  1. Priyanka

    I love frozen yogurt, haven’t had one in a while. The flavors you guys enjoyed sound fantastic! I am sure you’ll fly to Melbourne soon to enjoy all the delights and that is not a lie 🙂

  2. Emma

    FrrrrroYohhhhhh. More like Uh Oh, Frrrroh No, did you Lie, Yo?

    And to think that all he wanted was to +1 your site [if that was him and not his doppelgänger… if that was his doppelgänger then we may have more serious issues here]. Hurrumph.

    I wish I could come up with more froyo rhymes. But I’m Too Slow. No Go. Adió…..s.

  3. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I would have totally gotten the cheesecake bits AND the mochi.

  4. Cait's Plate

    Okay, froyo does NOT look that good in the united states. I need to come to your neck of the woods and get some of those!

  5. Errign

    Love frozen yogurt – do not love it’s silly high price tag here in Asheville. Plus it doesn’t look nearly as pretty as yours does. Speaking of pretty, Dan is an attractive fellow 🙂

  6. chocolatesuze

    i looooove froyo! i feel relatively healthy when i eat it!

  7. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    You always look like a fairy when you pose with food! 😀

  8. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I think this must be the best way imaginable to fill in the hours before a flight 🙂 I was so excited when Perth got two (TWO!!) frozen yoghurt places this year, in the vicinity of my house, that I may have been hyperactive for an entire day. I still get a little giddy when I go in the stores. And unless they come up with dairy free equivalents in Australia, frozen yoghurt is one reason I will never give up dairy 🙂

  9. Nic@diningwithastud

    Oh I love frozen yoghurt! I go crazy in places like this. Like Cold Rock, I end up picking about 50 additions and then it takes me forever to eat and I cant get to the icecream – they shouls limit me. “No I’m sorry ma’am, you’ve had enough” lol

  10. whisperinggums

    Even I’m tempted by that I can’t eat yoghurt… I’m sure Spyman will forgive you!

  11. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos

    i LOVE frozen yogurt. they call it “froyo” here :). the best places are by “weight” not by “number of toppings” lol. u can totally get more for your money. 😀

  12. Cindy

    MOCHI! It kills me that I still haven’t been to this place.

  13. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    Darn, I knew I should have gotten some tonight when I was driving home! haha woww raspberry compote sounds sooo good!

  14. Lauren

    Is there a lot of patbingsu around your parts? I would imagine so, with the proximity to East Asia and all. That frozen yogurt is halfway there, with the mochi and tart yogurt and fruit. I think I’ve seen photos of you eating shaved ice with condensed milk and red bean? Maybe? Anyway, I’ve been craving it, and since this is my last week in the D.C. area, IT SHALL HAPPEN.

  15. Margaret

    Well my dear, that’s quite a few lies you’ve told in this post, so I think through probability your last statement must not be a lie!
    You will definitely be back in Melbourne soon. Why not – you are young, free and gorgeous.
    If you had a little puppy at home, and children that required nappy changes, and a lawn to mow, etc. you would not be galloping to Melbourne so readily.
    Enjoy your young and carefree days. 🙂

  16. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Hannah promise me that when we meet we can pull dramatic spy like poses for at least the first 10 minutes! 😛

  17. Libby

    I walk past this place ALL the time but haven’t actually been in. Maybe this weekend 🙂

    I’m going to steal you for an afternoon/evening when you’re in Melbourne next!

  18. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    oh please be back soon! & my goodness I’ve never heard of cacao green! Yet another place you have introduced me to – thanks 🙂
    Heidi xo

  19. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Love frozen yoghurt but I haven’t had it in aaaaaages. Maybe next time you come to Melbourne we can go for frozen yoghurt together! 😀

  20. Johanna GGG

    of course you will be back to melbourne soon – full of good people and good food as your posts have demonstrated! who can resist? (biased? moi?)

    Though I was hoping for a bit of info about the chocolate biscuit on the top pic – did I miss it – because it looked really good and I wanted some even more than I wanted frozen yoghurt

  21. Lexi

    I’m bummed I missed your trip here. Next time you’re heading down (if you feel like it), let me know and I will arrange an evening of excellence + extra cocktails. x

  22. betty

    great photo’s! this reminds me, there is a new frozen yogurt joint in my area – i wanna try and check it out this weekend 😀

  23. Anna johnston

    Lies and Hannah telling them…. Doesn’t work in my head. Totes Digging the fresh fruit on that fro to tha yo!!! Great pics bestie.

  24. laura

    wow the kiwi one looks delish!

  25. Lele

    Oh my gooooooodness I wish my FroYo place had cheesecake bites! Mine is always very generous with samples, though 😀

  26. Sophia

    I don’t love frozen yogurt (why do you add a “h” in it? Is it just an American thing to leave out the “h”?) but I do like it. I like minimal toppings though. 🙂

  27. Shannon

    Mochi is the best! I ALWAYS get those on my froyo at Pinkberry.

  28. Keely aka The Richest Girl in Bondi

    Can you have just a cup of the mini cheesecake slices? Ha ha! Haven’t had frozen yoghurt in ages (too hard to tear myself away from gelato) but this stuff looks great. And, no, I don’t think anyone could say no to that face ..

  29. Christine @ Merf In Progress

    Kiwi on frozen yogurt? I have seen other bloggydos do this, and I just don’t konw. I never ever ever put fruit on my frozen yogurt. Only peanut butter cups and/or chocolate chips.

  30. Jamee

    Looks so yummy, Hannah! We have a place just like this in the States, believe it or not. It’s called Red Mango, and I love it! Same concept – frozen yogurt and you pick your toppings. Mmmmm. Now if only I could get my hands on some of this honey and brie you tease our tastebuds with… 😀

  31. Monique

    I love, love, love everything about this 🙂 Your toppings bar looked to be much more swank than anything I’ve ever seen here in the U.S.! The fact that it was all on ice makes me worry about ours, sitting out, under bright lights…. haha. After seeing this on twitter last night, I popped out for my own froyo run 🙂 So thanks!

  32. Louise

    Another Melbourne eatery that has escaped my notice! And I won’t be getting there this year now either. It looks fabulous though. I like frozen yoghurt too. And fun exotic toppings!

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