Although we were pretty stuffed from our delicious Honey Pig korean bbq, there’s always room for fro-yo, especially when it’s a new-to-me location. My brother and sister-in-law decided to stop at Tutti Frutti on our way back down to Silver Spring. It was a chilly and rainy night so we hopped on inside as quickly as we could from the parking lot (to find a very full Tutti Frutti).
The first thing I noticed when I walked in was the green tile which I’ve pointed out in other posts about serve-yourself fro-yo places. What is up with that?!?! It makes me laugh every time
Just like the others, there were a handful of yogurt options and I believe I was particularly fond of the tart yogurt. There was a good selection of fruit toppings (more than any other place that I can remember)…
…and candy and cereal toppings.
Colorful spoons to go with your bowl!
And apparently no picture of my actual yogurt – oops! It was good though and stayed frozen through most of the bowl (a key requirement in my judgment of a fro-yo place). The staff was friendly and the store was clean. While quite crowded, we were able to grab a table a few minutes after paying and were able to enjoy our dessert comfortably seated. While I don’t think I’d go out of my way for this place (with how many fro-yo places exist these days), it hit the spot for the location we were in.