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Chillberries Frozen Yogurt

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by Eleanor Healing (subscribe)
I'm a student currently living in Leeds.
Published January 2nd 2013
Treat yourself to some Fro-Yo after a walk in Knutsford
I have recently written a few reviews about Knutsford, the lovely town which was both the filming location for Brideshead Revisited and the setting for Gaskell's novel, Cranford. To finish off my Knutsford reviews, I am going to recommend Chillberries, a very quaint frozen yoghurt (or 'fro-yo') cafe. For those who are not quite familiar with the fro-yo craze, this low-fat alternative to ice-cream is becoming a very popular choice among young people.

I highly recommend the chocolate flavour, as you can satisfy your sweet tooth without worrying about the fat content. The 'Flavour of the Month' is also exciting, as it offers a new flavour to try which may be a little out of the ordinary. The toppings available include chopped nuts, raspberries, cookies and chocolate drops, as well as many others. It is worth taking a loyalty card when you visit, as collecting enough stamps entitles you to a free tub and topping! Fruit teas and hot drinks are also available.

Tucking into a delicious chocolate fro-yo


While I wouldn't recommend eating your fro-yo inside Chillberries itself, I suggest enjoying an idyllic walk while eating, either in Knutsford town itself, or in Tatton Park (the latter is a stone's throw away from Chillberries).

Ask inside for details, or check the website to find out about deliveries and children's parties.
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Why? A low-fat alternative to ice-cream, in a beautiful Cheshire town
When: See website for opening times.
Phone: 01565 755570
Where: 21A Tatton Street, Knutsford, WA16 6AE
Cost: Basic Fro-Yo Prices - Small: £2.45, Medium: £2.95, Large: £3.45, Toppings: 3 for £1 or 50p each
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