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Lick Frozen Yoghurt

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by Anna S (subscribe)
Writer living in South West London
Published March 26th 2012
Lick in Brighton is tucked away on Gardener street near cafes, small pubs and vintage shops and was the first ever frozen yoghurt shop in the UK. In Lick, they keep it simple, two flavours (original, and a special - this weekend it was honey), and then all sorts of different toppings that you pay for by how many you have. They all are extremely tempting and if you are a frozen yoghurt lover like me, you probably could end up spending a fortune piling on the toppings. However, I kept it simple with raspberry and white chocolate chips which was delicious. However, next time, I am definitely adding the chocolate brownie chunks too!



Brighton's Lick began life on the Pembrokeshire coast, when school friends Owain Williams and Ky Wright bought an ice cream trike and taught themselves how to make frozen yoghurt and ice cream ... a roaring success, thanks to their use of completely natural ingredients and hard work.

The inside is beautifully simplistic with a cool interior however, outside is where you want to be on a nice day and Lick make this possible with their comfy deckchairs to lounge in whilst munching away on your yoghurt. All in all it is a wonderful place to have a healthy snack (depending on how many of those brownie bites you pile on), sit in a deckchair in the sun or a funky indoor bench and relax with melt in your mouth creamy frozen yoghurt.



Next time you are in Brighton, make sure you take a trip to this place.



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Where: 19 Gardner Street Brighton and Hove, Brighton, Sussex BN1 1UP
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