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14 October, 2012

Wow Cow, Parramatta

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Address: Phillip Street, Parramatta NSW

Tel: (02) 9635 6499

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After dinner at Temasek, I asked MC to drop me off at WowCow for some dessert. He ended up having to drive around the block three times before I was ready to be picked up with my WowCow.

I’ve been to Noggi and Moochi before and although they are all pretty much the same thing, I wanted to try this one as well.

I ordered a mango frozen yoghurt (medium) with mango pearls, strawberry and passionfruit.

Service was great but I would warn you to bring cash as they don’t accept cards.

The medium size was pretty big -it should be called large- so I got MC to share with me to finish it off. We were both so full at the end though, especially after our Malaysian dinner.

The strawberry and passionfruit gave the dessert a delicious tang which I really enjoy in my ice cream and yoghurt. The mango pearls, which I expected to have the texture of Easyway pearls, were actually more like roe (fish eggs) than pearls. They weren’t chewy, but rather, burst in your mouth once you bit into them. They tasted good though as the mango was sweet and refreshing.

Overall a good experience and I would return there again as frozen yoghurt is my new favourite “healthy” movie snack!

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3 thoughts on : Wow Cow, Parramatta

  • Akshay
    October 14, 2012 at 4:04 am

    They do accept card, but its minimum $20. Bit much if you just want one frozen yoghurt. I think even small is pretty large. Its one of the best frozen yoghurt there is though :)

  • October 14, 2012 at 7:42 am

    Yum I love frozen yoghurt and those mango pearls look very interesting! I’ve never seen anything like them before!

    • October 14, 2012 at 11:43 am

      Definitely try them Christine!
      And akshay- they had a sign on the register saying cash only? I agree though, $20 is too much for froyo!

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