Greek Yogurt

G/F Century City Mall, Kalayaan Ave. cor. Salamanca St., Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila

Greek Yogurt
3.9
4.0 Stars

17 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 11
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 2
  • 1 star 0
  • 18 Reviews
  • 14 Recommend
  • 17 Reviewers
Category:
Frozen Yogurt
Business Hours
Reopens: 8:00a - 11:00p
Phone
+639392392126

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p
  • Monday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 8:00a - 11:00p

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Garage
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Dessert
Diet Options:
Healthy, Low Fat
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Yina M.
2.0 Stars

Fresh strawberries and ingredients would've made this a better tasting delight. I could also be wrong. We were looking for seats and needed a place to hang out in. Voila! This joint was empty, and there is a reason why it is.

Greek yogurt offers two kinds of coffee - Greek coffee (which is strong) and a latté. They had four choices on the menu board but only offered two kinds available. Not sure if it was because it was closing time?

Their main offering is none other than Greek yogurt. There are pre-set toppings for you to choose from, seen in photo are honey and walnut and rose petals. Rose petals?!?!? I ordered strawberry toppings on mine.

For fro-yo fans, you'd be slapped in the face with the consistency and flavor of this snack. Not sweet, not very tarty even, quite smooth, not frozen, too. My order was sad looking that I didn't bother including it in the photo. What it reminded me of was the good shepherd strawberry jam on toast with some cheese. I tried a spoonful of those rose petals, it tasted like potpourri. Not cool! What do you do when you dislike an order you influence people to try it and get a kick out of their reactions. Let's just say that expletives were blurted out on the table.

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Gretch L.
4.0 Stars

Ola! Quite underrated but really good freshly made Greek Yogurt topped with Spoon Sweet Blueberry.

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Didi O.
5.0 Stars

Excellent, superb!! The yogurt was truly creamy and I personally consider the lack of tartness a plus. 25 pesos per ounce already includes the topping of your choice.

As to being expensive, I disagree because four ounces alone was enough as a snack. Especially because the yogurt is freshly made!

If you fill their cup (only one size when we visited), do expect to spend two hundred to three hundred pesos. But we got eight ounces, split it into two cups and got to taste the honey & walnuts as well as the blueberry toppings.

Am sure to come back when i find myself in the area.

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Abby Z.
4.0 Stars

You should try out this greek style donuts. They are called Loukoumades. Two thumbs up! For the yogurt its yummy too. 128525

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Mio M.
3.0 Stars

Walked into their store and there wasn't a single customer. Tried the Honey & Walnut, and added some fresh mango. It was okay. Too pricey! Paid 300+ for the small cup! 128528

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Maureen S.
2.0 Stars

I have high expectations for this place because I totally love Greek yogurt. The real thing 128516 not fancy fro-yo's or mass-produced sweetened yoghurts.

So as I walked into the bare place, nay a customer - I begun to have second thoughts about it already; however, things are always worth a try before passing judgment - thus, I did. Ordered extra small size with sour cherry and quince toppings. While scooping it, i was happy about the consistency but upon tasting it - it's totally bland 128563 and missing the tartness that a yogurt should have. The syrup from the toppings totally stole the show. On top of that, it's costly too.. 128530

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April H.
4.0 Stars

Loukoumados, Greek style donuts drenched in honey and topped with nuts... Very light and delicious!128077 after consuming an order (P85), no mabigat feeling!128522 pretty great way to end your meal!128513

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Debbie Raye S.
4.0 Stars

There was no where to sit at starbucks or toby's cafe so we settled here to grab an afternoon snack. I was really craving for yogurt but this isn't the fro-yo we're used to. Its Greek Yogurt which has a thick texture (taho-like) and it was sour. But no worries they have fruits, topping and fruit jams available to balance the sourness! Their honey best paired this dairy!

And they use natural honey not the store bought type I can tell because we order our honey straight from a bee farm in tagaytay. Real honey has that hint of citrus-ness.

We also ordered their greek type doughnuts which is worth the price of 85 per plate!

Good service! The servers were really polite!

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Carolyn G.
5.0 Stars

yogurt texture is super smooth, excellent with their rose petals+ honey sauce

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April H.
4.0 Stars

💯 💯 💯 💯 💯 💯 💯 💯 💯‼️‼️‼️‼️

It's my 900th review guys!!!128513128513128513128077128077128077

Yey! I wanted to review someplace healthy to mark this milestone!128540

So, my bf and I wandered to Century City mall yesterday... We wanted to have dessert after our lovely dinner at Kimukatsu... We were about to go to Early Bird Breakfast Club to see if they have desserts when we passed by this shop... We really just noticed the staff wearing smock gowns and we got pretty curious... So we went inside and saw that it's all about yogurt!128516

First of all, the place was huge! I suppose it's for the gargantuan machine they use to make yogurt in front of the customers... Otherwise the place is pretty simple... What I didn't like is the menu board... You don't really understand how to order or what like the minimum amount of ounces or something... Plus the weird thing is that they have different sizes of cups already, so I assumed you could choose from small, medium or large... The server didn't dispell the notion too... But I'm saying it now-- you can choose how many ounces you would like!!! I wish she was able to give better instructions... We ended up with ~9 oz of yogurt each, the full capacity of a small cup...128563 Buti na lang it's healthy! But it was still a lot!

They had several toppings to choose from, inclusive of the price per ounce at P25... Their best seller is the honey and walnut yogurt, so typically Greek!128077 so I got my bf to try that while I order the rose with honey... Haha, suggested naman!128540 they also serve loukoumados, Greek style donuts and several coffee variants... But, as I said, it's all about yogurt for us this time!128513

So they served our orders pretty fast... The yogurt itself was not as tart as your usual packaged variety... And their yogurt making process made it denser than usual... The honey and walnut variant is a real winner!127855 their honey is very good, just the right amount of sweetness for me... The rose and honey topping was also very good!127801127855 The roses are turned into a marmalade of sorts, wherein the taste of the rose is subtle but recognizable...127801it's a bit tart yet sweet!128513 I liked it!128077 To sum it up, we both enjoyed it! It was a great way to start the work week!128079

Peanut D EJ D Odell R Nesty A Jacy L lapit na!!!128540

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Shae R.
4.0 Stars

I've always been reading about how healthy Greek yogurt is and how it helps you lose weight. But whenever I happen to find some in the supermarket, it always seems to be so damn expensive! Like.. P200+++ for a teeny tiny cup. I mean, I know Greek yogurt's good. But meh, not worth it.

When I came across Greek Yogurt at the new Century City Mall, I knew I had to have my yogurt fix.

Pricewise, at P5/oz. or around P125 per serving, I think it was still a bit pricey but eh what the heck. It's not everyday that I get to eat Greek yogurt haha

Tastewise.. I liked it! I got the original Greek yogurt with honey and walnuts. I swear, the honey and walnuts really helped. Without it, the yogurt might seem a bit sour for other people. I guess I really liked the fact that it was healthy haha I got full and satisfied.. And not in the "ugh I'm not eating for a week" kinda way 128514

I really hope they open another branch down south. Or that more stores start selling it too!

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Jinky U.
4.0 Stars

Greek yogurt = high protein
High protein = muscles
More muscles = it'll help you burn fat more
More fats burned = weight loss
Weight loss = OMG hotness sa tag-ulan 128541128540

Okay, given these arguments, wouldn't you want to feast on greek yogurt maah loves?

I love Greek yogurt. Even if Chobani and Fage are hard to find in groceries and quite pricey patol ever pa rin ako. Good thing there's the local counterpart Rizal Dairy. Aaaaannd that is why I was happy and excited to try out this place.

9757️ P25/oz , they have tiny, small, medium, large tubs . Choose your toppings, from fresh fruits(strawberries, blueberries,mangoes) to sugary jams,choc chips,walnuts,mini mallows.

Greek yogurt w/ honey + almonds + fresh strawberries = tiny tub, P205 . Sarap ! 128077128523128076
It is creamier and less tart compared to other greek yogurt that I've tried.

Loukoumades, Greek style donuts, P85/order. I got the one with honey,walnuts & cinnamon. I was told they prepare the dough w/ honey. That's kinda what makes it greek style. And then, after cooking it, they drizzle it w/ some more honey. Mehhhh 128556 I still find it matabang. They also have chocolate praline toppings, baka mas masarap un? But hey, I'd say try it pa rin, its not everyday you get to taste a "greek style" donut 128521

Greek coffee, P80. Its instant coffee( Greek brand)w/ fresh milk and white sugar ( I used my own pack of stevia). Hmmmm... Lasang papel... Could it be because they serve it in paper cups?

4 11088️s lang coz fail sa panlasa ko ung donut and coffee. But I would definitely come back to this place because their yogurt is really good. Hope they'll open a branch in Alabang #wishuponastar

For people wanting to eat healthy ( probiotics yo!), peeps like me who's obsessed with counting macros( 6-8oz greek yogurt = 15-20 grams of protein 128170128170128170), southern belles and balls 128584128521(malapit lang Makati sa atin!), go drag your sexy self to this place now naaaaa!

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Chari-Nelle F.
5.0 Stars

This, I can truly say, is THE REAL YOGURT! The only pure tasting yogurt, really very close to greek yogurt, in Manila. The best thing about it is that it IS very light on the pocket! What you see in the photo is an 8 oz Greek Yogurt which will leaves you with a full stomach. An 8 oz serving costs P200. You can get half of that, which is a 4 oz, at ONLY P100. Really worth visiting. The staff are also friendly and very helpful. I would definitely come back!

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Adrian L.
4.0 Stars

Odd name choice. But I'm guessing they're pretty confident with their product. Not knowing what real greek yoghurt tastes like, I had my expectations though. A little tangy (unlike other yogurt places) but the sweetness of the honey acts as a breaker and the walnuts give a nice crunch! It really feels like I'm having a legit experience with all the big machinery in the store. They really must know what they're doing!

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Kaye O.
4.0 Stars

NOW SPOONING!

My 💯th review will go to Greek Yogurt. I thought I can only find greek yogurt at specialty stores or at weekend markets. Now I can get my greek yogurt fix at one of the posh malls in the metro.

We planned to dine at Kimukatsu for dinner but they're closed already when we arrived. We weren't hungry yet so we decided to grab some greek yogurt while we debate on where to eat.

I ordered a small tub with nuts and honey. I ordered the same for my date but added mango slices. He isn't a fan of greek yogurt thus the need of natural sweeteners and flavor from fruits. We also ordered the greek donuts called Loukoumades. A perfect pair.

The yogurt itself was velvety smooth. It's thicker and creamier than the regular kind. I love the honey drizzle bec it balances the tartness while the chopped nuts added texture. Every spoonful is a delight. I enjoyed it too much that I didn't realize I already scraped clean the bottom of my tub. The Loukoumades is a delight to eat as well. We were so full we can just skip dinner.

While waiting for my date to finish his yogurt, I observed that the only customers were the two of us. I can prolly tell why. The interior of the shop is not inviting. I understand that the concept of the store is a yogurt factory. People see labcoat-clad staff, the yogurt machinery, and plain looking chairs and tables. It wouldn't hurt to see a pop of color here and there. Would have been better if they showcased the fruit jams they're selling where people can easily spot them. I'm hoping for some colors that will send a vibe that eating healthy can be fun and enjoyable.

This could have been a five star review because it's really good that they came up with this concept, people will be aware of the benefits they'll get from greek yogurt. Minus 1 star for the wooden spoon. It's really annoying that it kinda get stuck on the roof of my mouth all the time. Another star minus sana because the store was hot. It's much cooler outside. But I guess they're still on soft opening.

Try this out. Don't worry if you don't like the taste on your first few spoons. I used to hate the tart taste too but now I can eat it plain. That's why it's important you add fruit slices and extra honey. You'll get used to the taste eventually.

Seriously, this stuff is addicting!

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Edwin I.
4.0 Stars

Freshly made creamy Greek Yoghurt with Honey, Nuts, and fresh Strawberries. Healthier tarty-sweet yoghurt fix with lesser calories , more protein and probiotics than regular yoghurt. Perfect pairing with Loukoumades (Greek donuts) topped with honey and cinnamon (not THAT healthy).

The Loukoumades reminded me of a thicker, doughy, spongey Pinoy Banuelos or Italian Bombolini. It was good with the honey, chopped nuts, and cinnamon.

Greek Yoghurt is one of the newer establishments in Century City Mall. Greek Yoghurt is tartier than the usual yoghurts that most of us know of. BUT it is proven to be healthier.

Aside from the taste, what really is the difference between regular yoghurt and Greek Yoghurt? Both start off from the same base---I.e, fresh milk. The difference happens in the culturing process after being treated with healthy bacteria to make the milk cure. After being treated, regular yoghurt is usually strained once to drain off the liquids and leaving the cream. Greek Yoghurt on the other hand, is strained at least three times thus leaving a base that is richer and creamier with less liquid. This process makes Greek Yoghurt richer in protein and good carbs. Quite appropriate for health conscious foodies. The only catch is that the process is more expensive thus making Greek Yoghurt cost more.

Perhaps Greek Yoghurt may not appeal to everyone's taste. But I did like the refreshing sweet-sourish creamy flavor of the healthy fix. Recommended to foodies looking for a healthy alternative to a good yoghurt fix.

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EJ B.
4.0 Stars

The place is too big for a restaurant which sells yogurt. They serve fresh and natural scoop of yogurt. You can choose toppings like strawberry, mango, honey and nuts. To sustain the freshness of the yogurt, they store it to a cool and stainless container. Price starts at P25.00 per oz.

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Carla C.
4.0 Stars

I loved Greek yogurt the first time I tasted some at Wildflour. So when Greek Yogurt opened in the Century City Mall, I knew I had to check it out right away.

A good part of the restaurant is allotted to their yogurt making equipment. One can observe how Greek yogurt is made. Since all the shiny industrial machinery is behind clear glass, it's apparent the place has quality control and sanitation in mind.

Very limited menu here: Plain yogurt (PHP25.00 per oz., with a good number of their flavors unavailable as of this writing), yogurt with freshly cut fruits, loukomades or Greek-style donuts, and coffees (unavailable).

My buddy got the one with strawberries and mangoes while I got mangoes, crushed walnuts and honey. Honey's crucial if you're not used to the tartiness that real yogurt is known for. So, go for the pure yogurt (with or without fruits) if you want it as is, but if you come in here with a sweet tooth, best have yours with a dollop of honey.

I appreciate the fact that they give disposable wooden spoons for us to eat our yogurt with, but in my opinion, the dry wood often interfered with how I scooped the yogurt off it each time. I'm a speech-language pathologist and feeding modes are my thing so if textures don't bother you, do ignore this bit.

The loukomades offer one something to bite on to contrast against the creamy yogurt. Five pieces per order, generously drizzled with honey and crushed walnuts. They look more like sweet ball-like snacks that are crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside.

Nice minimalistic seating, all white furniture with blue cushioned stools, standing against a gray floor. No frills place.

Considering Greek Yogurt's just come into town, it may explain their simple menu. But simple or not, I love yogurt, and I can easily adopt the Greek practice of having yogurt on a daily basis. Really hope this place will succeed and expand, say, in Robinson's Magnolia. Greek yogurt's best when made fresh, and the more stores they open, the more others are made aware of its health benefits.

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