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ChineseChou | Jul 11, 2008 10:24 AM

I love Pinkberry and its ilk, but I find the quantities to be daunting, especially since I usually get the stuff after some sort of meal. Which is to say that Yogurtland is the best option I've seen. I recently had dinner at Izayoi and we wandered over to Yogurtland afterwards. Boy, were we surprised by the variety. There are about 10 or so flavors. I had the pistachio (tastes like pistachio!) and the "tart plain" or something like that. Then, I put some blueberries over it with a couple of cheesecake bites (c'mon, I can't be good all the time). It's 30 cents an ounce and I watched these two girls pack a big cup full of toppings and 3 types of yogurt. Their total came out to $5, which is a steal considering how much it costs elsewhere.

So, 'hounds. Can anyone recommend place with a similar "by the ounce" philosophy in Monterey Park? I want to try that Noodle House reviewed by exilekiss recently. Thanks.

Oh yeah, I know they plan to open a Yogurtland on Valley, but the website says "coming soon" and I can't wait that long!

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