You can never have enough froyo!!
Frozen yoghurt has definitely been the new craze these past few months. If you walk around the city you will realise that there are at least 20 or more different frozen yoghurt stores.. ok maybe not 20 but there are A LOT of froyo stores.. A LOT! So you can be the judge of which one is the "best". Personally I do think most of them taste the same, but my favourite would most likely be between yogurberry and Noggi. It's all up to personal preference and which one you think you get the most value for money.
I remember last year at church we kept talking about which one is better- Moochi or Noggi? since we always went to Strathfield after dinner for froyo. Once I tasted both I instantly liked Noggi more, why? I felt that Noggi was more generous with the toppings and sizing, and the line was shorter :P
Noggi is also a good place to share the froyo if you order the maxi- so when you split the cost (depending on how many people) it will not cost you that much :)
For some reason I never liked Moochi that much haha some people just think Noogi and Moochi are exactly the same, there is a slight difference with the price (Moochi being a few cents more expensive). Moochi is not as generous with their toppings and their waffles cones are not as crisp as Noggi's.
I really like Yogurberry because you get to make your own froyo. So basically all the machines are lined up at the front and you can put as much frozen yoghurt as you want. Also depending on which store they will have a lot of different flavours. You are also able to add your own toppings.
Yogurberry is based on weighing systems, I think it is $2.50 per 100g. So if you put too much this can cost you quite a lot. I brought one of my friends to Yogurberry and she went a bit over the top and it cost her $10... yeh pricey. But the experience of making your own frozen yoghurt is the fun part, that is why I keep going back.
They also have cool swinging chairs, it just adds to the fun of the whole concept of the store :)
There is also a Yogurberry in World Square which is not self- serve and the workers there are extremely stingy with the toppings- so I advise you not to go to that one. There is another store located on George St :)
Yogurt world is an American company, offering 32 different flavours. I was very keen to try the salted caramel flavour as I have not tried a frozen yogurt with that flavour.
Yogurt world is very similar to Yogurberry, where you make your own froyo and weigh it at the end.. it is around the same price.
I guess you'll just have to try it all out to decide :)