Finally got to try California Berry's frozen yogurt. According to California Berry, their yogurts are low-calorie and nonfat. Most Pinoys nowadays don't care much about calories or fats, they (we) just want something yummy. But if you're a health buff, well that's certainly a bonus.
I chose cherries, almond clusters, and choco chips as my toppings. The yogurt itself was smooth and creamy, with a good contrast of sweetness and tartness. The toppings were enough (we did not feel shortchanged) and fresh. Bf was even tempted to buy another cup. In our next visit, I chose strawberries and white choco chips as toppings. The strawberries were fresh, not overly ripe or squishy, but I did not like the white choco chips (tasted a bit like chalk) so I will be skipping those chips on my future visits.
In terms of price, the yogurts were affordable. It was not self-service and by the ounce like in some other yogurt stores so there weren't any surprises when paying for our order. They also had non-yogurt food items, such as coffee, smoothies, and pastas. They were all affordable but we haven't tried them so I can't comment about the taste and the serving sizes.
The store itself was small but cute, with white walls and a bright and cheery ambiance.
My only criticism was that some parts of the walls were a little dirty (one of the downsides of having white walls is that dirt becomes a lot more conspicuous). It would be great if they would scrub or repaint over those spots.
4th Level The Block
SM City North EDSA
Quezon City, Metro Manila