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3 places to get frozen yoghurt
Updated on 13 June 2017

Usually more tart than ice cream and lower in fat (though nobody counts calories on holiday), frozen yoghurt is a great treat when you're out and about in Dubai's sweltering heat. Here are three places to get yourself a serving:

1.The Yoghurt Lab

Located on Jumeirah Beach Road, this yoghurt parlour severs the frozen dessert with savoury and sweet toppings. If you're after the latter, opt for the delicious Cornucopia with pistachio, dark chocolate, honey, orange and mint or the Eastern Promise thats a bowl of all things beautiful - candy floss, flowers, Turkish delight along with the crackle of popping candy. Call 04-3449922.

2.Pinkberry

Available in Mall of the Emirates and other malls in the city, Pinkberry serves a variety of flavours besides the original one. These include pomegranate, fruit berry, lotus and pistachio. You can have it plain or top it off with fresh fruits such as berries, banana, mango and pineapple or dry toppings such as chocolate chips, coconut shavings, almonds and granola. For the ultimate treat, a drizzle of wet toppings (like honey or Italian caramel) is mandatory. Call 04-3411378.

3.Yogurtland

This bright venue's self-service counters mean you can have as much frozen yoghurt as you want and just the way you like it. There are many flavours to choose from including coconut, passionfruit and strawberry. Toppings include fruits, marshmallows, nuts and chocolates. It's located in The Dubai Mall. Call 056-1791798.

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