Frozz has opened five new branches. The frozen yoghurt concept now has locations at Rokin 30, Waterlooplein 13, Hartenstraat 36 (Nine Streets), Javaplein (Oost) and Schiphol Airport.
Frozz opened its first pop-up outlet last year in a corner of Spoiled Denim Bar on Wolvenstraat (another of the Nine Streets). This closed at the end of the summer, but the concept proved so popular that founders and sisters Mei Lin and Mei Lan Ang are back, and this year they aren't sharing their premises.
I went into the Waterlooplein Market branch for a tub of the frozen stuff. It was as good as I remembered: made from Dutch yoghurt, it has the creaminess of ice cream without the heaviness, and only around 100 calories per 100 ml.
Three tub sizes are now available, the smallest costs €3, medium is €4 and large €5. The price includes two, three or four toppings (depending on the tub size) from a choice of fresh fruit, white and dark chocolate shavings, roasted nuts, crunchy muesli and crumbled Dutch kletskop biscuits.
Frozz's branches have different opening times: Rokin, Hartenstraat and Javaplein are open daily from midday-22.00; Waterlooplein 11.00-19.00; Schiphol Airport 11.00-22.00.
Update: In 2012, Frozz replaced its pop-up locations with two permanent stores. These are Utrechtsestraat 27 and in De Bijenkorf department store on the Dam.
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