Carma's Café makes a lot of Charles Villagers happy with its fresh soups, mochas, muffalettas, and made-from-scratch cookies, but it's the Euro-style, full-fat yogurt that mists up the eyes of homesick Europeans and hungry foodies. Co-owner Michael Lynch models his made-on-premises yogurts after those of his mother's native Iceland. This is the kind of yogurt that feels good on your mouth--it has weight and volume, and just a hint of natural sweetness. It's particularly good with Carma's homemade granola or seasonal fruit compotes. Imported Icelandic yogurt is available in specialty stores now, but Carma's version tastes much fresher. Carma's is a charmer, a clear labor of love on the part of Lynch and his partner, the eponymous Carma Halterman. And here's a bonus: Thanks to a northern exposure, Carma's outdoor tables are blessed with what seems like perpetual shade, and the tables are kept up year round. Nothing like a bowl of good fatty yogurt to start those frosty winter mornings off right.