My boo-thang that’s always forming she doesn’t adore me came to visit so we decided to stop by Sweet Kiwi on Admiralty before heading over to Bukka Hut for some nice grilled fish.
Parking – There’s space for about 8 cars. I mean it’s on Admiralty so parking is a little weird.
Ambiance – Sweet Kiwi is decorated like any normal froyo store with bright neon colors. There’s outdoor seating with canopies and indoor seating with funky chairs. Click here to see video of the space
Froyo – I opted for Sweet Kiwi because I wanted a healthier option. I completely LOVE Cake Batter froyo and was a little disappointed that Sweet Kiwi didn’t have that flavor. Boo-thang encouraged me to try other options so I got one of their little taster cups and I kid you not, I tried all the flavors and didn’t really like any. The majority were either too sour or not sweet enough. Also just a heads-up, I was given one of those mini taster cups and I think the expectation was that I used it to try all the flavors (I soji-ed after I threw the first taster cup away and had to
beg ask for another). Boo-thang enjoyed her selections though; mine was just ok. Between both of us I think we spent about 2-3k.
Service – Service wasn’t bad at all. The attendants were quite friendly and happy to answer my questions (I always seem to ask all these weird questions). Anyway, I was happy with the service, however, there was a whole section of fruit toppings that was completely empty and looked measly! It could have been better if the space were covered or something instead of just being there.
Overall, Sweet Kiwi is a cool hangout spot especially on a weekday evening when it’s not too busy. I’d probably accompany others here but I’m not too excited about their froyo. I should also add that they rotate flavors (so there was a baileys flavor the day I visited, but it’s likely you’d visit and not see the same flavor). I think it’s cool if they are trying to figure out popular flavors and all that good stuff but would be nice to have some consistency of flavors down the line.