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30 Aug, 2011

Go Youg

Posted by: Wen Ching In: Dessert|United Kingdom

After a light brunch at The Food of Love, we walked towards River Avon, where the town is.

River Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon
We passed by the High Street and walked over to the garden area where River Avon was. Pictured above is the River Avon with the Holy Trinity Church located at the far end of the river. There can be no doubt that the beautiful river has played its part in inspiring the greatest poet of all time, William Shakespeare. It was a lively scene where the locals and tourists could enjoy various boating and strolling activities. We took a walk along the River Avon. It was a peaceful and scenic walk alongside with the weeping willows.

Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
In the same area we also visited the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. The theatre is currently under redevelopment. The Transformation Project includes a new Riverside Cafe and Rooftop Restaurant and a 36-metre observation tower. For more information about the theatre and performances, visit their website.

Street performer, Stratford-upon-Avon
In the park close to the theatre, we also watched a street performer perform various magic tricks, comedy and fire eating. It was a very entertaining experience and a very relaxing day in the park!

Go Youg
While waiting for our train back to Birmingham, we decided to stop by Go Youg for a light bite. It is a tiny little café located in Shrieves Walk, a rather hidden area in the middle of the town.

Energizer fruit juice, Go Youg
We had an energizer fruit juice priced at £2.95. The fresh juice consisted of apple, orange, carrot and beetroot. It was very light and refreshing, a perfect drink during summer to quench our thirst!

Go Youg Treat, Go Youg
Since Go Youg is well known for their frozen yogurt, we decided to give it a try. They offered a variety of flavours for frozen yogurt, ranging from vanilla and chocolate chip to Jamaican rum and raisin. We decided to try their Go Youg Treat priced at £1.99 for a small cup. Go Youg Treat was a blend of mango, raspberry and blueberry. The frozen yogurt was fresh and fruity, light and slightly sour. It was good to the last bite, and left us craving for more!

Other than frozen yogurt and fresh fruit juices, Go Youg also offers a variety of salad and sandwiches. Check out their website for their full menu and directions to the café. Service was quite good as well. We would definitely recommend this place to anyone visiting Stratford-upon-Avon!

Café Information
11 Shrieves Walk
Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6GJ
United Kingdom.
Tel: 01789267753

3 Responses to "Go Youg"

1 | Baby Sumo

August 31st, 2011 at 5:12 am


At first I thought Go Youg would be a Korean restaurant cos of the name. Mana tau is yoghurt. 😛

You study in Birmingham?

2 | Eat Only Lar! » Blog Archive » Caffé Chino

September 1st, 2011 at 12:10 pm


[…] we had run out of things to do in Stratford, we decided it was time to catch a train back to […]

3 | eatonlylar

October 4th, 2011 at 1:25 am


Baby Sumo, haha, it does sound like a Korean restaurant name now that you mentioned it! Nope, we don’t study in Birmingham. It was a day trip to Birmingham and Stratford-Upon-Avon.

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