Green Tea Frozen Yoghurt

Posted on August 26th, 2007 in Green Tea London by Stephanie

Came across another green tea flavoured food yesterday whilst walking around central London – green tea frozen yoghurt from Itsu!  Itsu started off as a Japanese travelator type restaurant in Soho serving westernised Japanese food but now have several branches around London which sells just healthy takeaway boxes of sushi, sashimi, noodles and other Japanese delights as well has healthy juices and soups.  In their branch on Haymarket near Piccadilly they also have on the menu low fat 65 calorie frozen yoghurts in plain and green tea flavour (this is the only branch I have come across so far that has this).  The green tea frozen yoghurt has a very mild green tea flavour and comes out freshly whipped from a machine.  I personally prefer green tea ice cream as I am not so keen on yoghurt and it doesn’t have a strong enough green tea flavour to drown out the sour yoghurt taste but if you want to go for the low calorie option, then you should definately try this!

Green Tea Frozen Yoghurt

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5 Comments »

Comment by MerCuRy
2007-08-27 17:50:37

From the picture above, seems like you’re eating a cup of cream rather a green tea yogurt. I thought green tea flavour supposed to be in green colour and not white?
I personally haven’t try any yogurt in green tea flavour yet. But i do eat green tea ice cream. Its delicious!!

When talk about our health, yogurt’s calorie is definitely lesser than ice cream.

 
Comment by Releaselog
2007-08-29 10:18:56

nice article, thanks

 
Comment by Jeremy Hobbs
2007-09-01 01:33:05

I haven’t seen anything even resembling this in the ‘States. Very interesting.

 
Comment by present
2007-09-01 16:36:12

Interesting blog, a new bookmark!

 
Comment by Love Tea!
2009-10-19 20:11:55

Sounds great, how much does it cost? But do we really need low fat things like ice cream? Keep the tips coming!

 
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