The usual sleek decor. The flat-screen televisions were set to the Discovery Channel so while we were there we saw short documentaries on two-headed snakes, how tattoos get inked, how feminine sanitary pads are made, and the steel industry. Wacky huh?
A medium original fro-yo with three toppings was $5. The flavor was slightly tart and the consistency was on par with all the others. There were green tea and honeydew flavors as well. I tried a sample of the honeydew flavor and it was very good, but I was distracted by a sign for a limited time only peach green tea for $1. Such a great deal and so very refreshing!
So I went back a few days later to get another peach green tea. While I was waiting for my drink to get made, I noticed this plant and it looked like it was kept moist with boba beads.
Doesn't it look so pretty?
Turned out, they were "magic beans" the shop was selling at the counter. There was a picture engraved into the bean. The "boba" were made out of gel, similar to the type of crystal gels that keeps soil moist.
There's free Wi-Fi here too in case you wanted to linger a while.
My other frozen yogurt posts:
CeFiore - Los Angeles (Little Tokyo)
CeFiore - Monterey Park (Closed)
Nubi Yogurt - San Gabriel
Peach House - San Gabriel (Closed)
PinGo Yogurt - Alhambra (Closed)
Pinkberry - Los Angeles (Koreatown)
Pinkberry - Pasadena
Pinkberry - Rancho Cucamonga
401 W. Main St.
Alhambra, CA 91801
Open daily noon to 11 p.m.
1 year ago today, Kefta Kebabs (Middle Eastern Ground Meat Kebabs).