This was my second visit to Tutti Frutti since it’s opening few months ago. Sister wanted to try Tutti Frutti in Brunei since she tried Mochi when she was back for last Chinese New Year. She personally thinks that the frozen yogurts served at Mochi were too sour as compared to Tutti Frutti. Tutti Frutti offers the sweeter version of frozen yogurts with different flavors to choose from. The frozen yogurt offered at Mochi is more authentic and has concentrated level of yogurt while the frozen yogurt offered at Tutti Frutti is more diluted and tasted more like ice-cream. I’ve tried Blitz before and to be honest, I liked Blitz more than Mochi.
I’ve posted this picture on Instagram yesterday and Jia commented on it saying that I was “kiasu” to have so many toppings on my frozen yogurt. “Kiasu” is actually a Chinese slang, which means competitive. I wasn’t the one who filled up the cup. Sister did. I only added in the toppings like Coco Crunch and Fruits Loop. We chose the medium sized cup which is green in color. We had three different flavors of frozen yogurts – Cookie N Cream, Chocolate and Strawberry Banana.
Sorry for the unappealing presentation of our frozen yogurt. Tutti Frutti is on self-service mode. You choose the size of cup that you wanted and you fill your cup as much as you want as long as they don’t flow out. Proceed to the payment counter to weigh your cup and the Cashier will tell you how much your cup of frozen yogurt would cost you. The total weight for our frozen yogurt was 345g and it cost us B$10.90 after 10% discount.
If you don’t like sour dessert, Tutti Frutti and Blitz would be the right choice for you. But if you do fancy sour dessert and are a big fan of frozen yogurt, Mochi will be your cup of tea then.
Click here if you wish to read my review on Tutti Frutti on my first visit few months ago.
G27, Ground Floor,
Citis Square, Berakas,
Negara Brunei Darussalam.