Carrer Manresa, 9
In El Born down one of the side streets is this cute little frozen yogurteria. They are springing up all over the place all of a sudden. Three years ago there were none, but now – loads – and that’s a good thing.
Salaka sells frozen yogurt and makes fresh fruit smoothies and also does hot chocolate and coffees – which are currently (Jan 2012) promoing at €1 each. And they (the hot chocolates at least) are not bad. Not up to Petritxol’s as yet unparalleled (although almost) standard – but for one single euro – damn good when you’re on a budget and when the sun goes in. Which we usually are, and it sometimes does.
Other promos at the time of writing including a fresh juice of the day (a few fruits to chose from) for €2; a crepe and a hot chocolate or a coffee for €2.50; or a crepe and a soft drink (bleeerugh) for €2.
Frozen yogurts come in the usual three sizes and start at €2.40.
You can choose from the following additions to your yogurt base: fruits of the forest, banana, acai, coconut, lemon, peach, mandarin, mint, mojito, pear, chocolate, coffee, vanilla, cheesecake, passionfruit, mango, strawberry, melon and then some.
There aren’t a massive amount of toppings to choose from but the fruits look fresh and the yogurt is tasty.
The girl that served me was cute as a button and the shop is bright, clean and colourful. Prices are commensurate with elsewhere in the city.
Take advantage of the promos if you’re on a budget.
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