Tutti Frutti: This Blast From Your Past Is Reopening In Damansara Heights
Tutti Frutti was all the rage before we had other froyo brands such as llaollao.
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The once-popular frozen yogurt (froyo) franchise is set to make a comeback in Malaysia!
Tutti Frutti Malaysia announced on Twitter that it’s making a return in Damansara Heights soon.
The new Tutti Frutti is also doing away with the weighing scale and is now charging fixed prices instead.
In another update, Tutti Frutti said it’s open at 81-G, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Plaza Damansara, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur.
We missed serving you. And we know you missed us too! Tutti Frutti is coming back to Malaysia! Enjoy our delicious froyo just like you used to. Flavored or plain? Fruits or chocolates? Cereal or nuts? You decide. Let’s go!— Tutti Frutti (@TuttiFrutti_MY) January 6, 2023
Opening soon at Damansara Heights. Stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/Y9YMqdch8t
Your opinion matters to us. Which is why we’re introducing fixed prices for our Californian frozen yogurt. No more surprises or anxiety at the counter. Only pure joy! pic.twitter.com/yxKgTPwuUl— Tutti Frutti (@TuttiFrutti_MY) January 15, 2023
The Naza group brought in the American frozen yogurt chain in Malaysia and opened its first store in Sunway Pyramid in 2009.
People liked that they have the choice to choose their own toppings to go with the yogurt of their choice.
Tutti Frutti grew to 119 outlets all over the country. However, complaints about its quality and price gradually saw all shops in Malaysia close around 2016 except one shop in Bandar Botanik, Klang.
According to World of Buzz, the last remaining Tutti Frutti shop in Klang didn’t get many customers either, and the interiors looked old.
Hopefully, opening another store in Damansara Heights is a sign of things improving for the brand.
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