The atmosphere had a lot of neat details, like the seating and lights on the floor, but for what you get for the price I probably won't be returning any time soon. The fruit was yummy and fresh, but other than the coconut yogurt I did'nt care for the flavors. I love plain vanilla, and theirs was flavorless. The customer service also was'nt very good. This was my first time in, and there was no greeting or direction on how they operate or costs, (I had to go ask). The price was over $12 for 3 small cups. Going to try some other places...TCBY and Andy's are still the best, so far.
1300 E Battlefield StSpringfield, MO 65804
From Business: Andy's Frozen Custard is a quick service frozen dessert business. We are a freestanding restaurant with drive through and walk-up service windows. We sell frozen cu…
1815 E Primrose StSpringfield, MO 65804
From Business: Culver s is a restaurant chain that traces its history back to 1984, when Craig and Lea Culver opened an establishment in Sauk City, Wis. Since then, the group has …
For anyone to say anything bad about Fruity Land, to me, is madness. The product is inexpensive(assuming you don't buy insanely massive quantities, three people could keep it under 7 dollars, being its 32 cents an ounce) the Frozen Yogurt(not ice cream mind you) is kosher and delicious, and the topping are innumerable and all incredibly fresh. This is an amazing place, truly.
The staff there are nice and friendly, service was the best, and what made this even better was the great taste of all the different variety of desserts. And when recomended a flavor they said they would unlike orange leaf they just said, "NO". Thanks FRUITY LAND for your treats!! My family enjoys them very much.