The decor is a bit stark, space age-y even. The white panels on the side actually have bands of color which you can't see unless you're on the inside facing out. On the side, there's a small flat screen TV with music videos, a variation of the mash-up since the videos don't coordinate with the music.
Part of the reason why I like Peach House is not just because of the fresh fruit toppings but the quality of the toppings have almost always been good. It's not enough just to have freshly diced mangoes, their mango chunks are sweet and juicy. The raspberries have never been mushy or bruised. Small differences but it adds up.
They also don't add any artificial color so the original and peach flavors look the same. The frozen yogurt is not tart here though, so if you're looking for an exact Pinkberry copycat, you won't find it. A few times the peach flavor has been a little bland, but on the whole, the fro-yo is smooth and creamy. Similar Pinkberry pricing. A medium with three toppings is $4.75 for the original and $5.25 for the peach flavor.
Peach House also offers a Brazilian lemonade for $1.95. It's really a limeade though and cousin Q has a homemade recipe using limes and condensed milk. The middle fro-yo was their limited time raspberry flavor.
Parking is a pain. The lot is very small. The only entrance is if you go westbound on Valley Boulevard because you can't turn left from the eastbound lane.
September 19, 2009 Update: Several times when passing, I've noticed the chairs up and the restaurant shut. I think Peach House has closed. :(
Who else ate at Peach House?
Cousin Q liked their snazzy interior and Brazilian lemonade.
My other frozen yogurt posts:
CeFiore - Los Angeles (Little Tokyo)
CeFiore - Monterey Park
Nubi Yogurt - San Gabriel
PinGo Yogurt - Alhambra
Pinkberry - Los Angeles (Koreatown)
Pinkberry - Pasadena
Pinkberry - Rancho Cucamonga
531 W Valley Blvd
San Gabriel, CA 91776
Open noon to 11 p.m.
1 year ago today, fried rice with bacon, corn, eggs, and green onions.