Frozen yoghurt finally hits the shores of Cape Town at Wakaberry. Just in time for summer, Wakaberry opens in Cape Town. With the launch at their new Kloof Street location, other locations are coming soon, Capetonians came out of their wintry slumps and into the arms of frozen yoghurt. Bright colours, bands playing, all very yippy skippy; given a cup we got to serve ourselves as much frozen yoghurt as one could want to taste, add your own toppings and bask in the beauty of ice cream happiness.
It’s R11 for 100gs, which, despite popular belief, isn’t that expensive, what does get expensive is when that cup is half filled with chocolate and toppings like any clever child (and me) would manage if given the opportunity. You fill up your cup with eyes wide open looking at 20 different toppings and over 10 different flavours, the shit gets cray.
Wasn’t completely sure what the bands would be doing at a froyo place, but they pulled it off as the hungry, almost no children, dug into their yoghurt. Some, regardless of the fact that they had been given the opportunity to chow down on as much delicious, smooth, creamy, frozen, treat as they wanted, seemed to refuse the calories and go for one cup. Rookie mistake.
Not everyone can have their body built by ice cream and lollipops.
One day, yes, one day, you will be mine ice cream dispenser.
Peachy Keen, two of the 5 member soulful country rock band jammed out.