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Post-election hangover at Sulbing Dessert Cafe

By on May 21, 2016

Sulbing Dessert Cafe
Right after this year’s very heated elections, my good friend Oseo invited me to try out Sulbing Dessert Cafe at the Gaisano Country Mall here in Cebu. It was then one of the few remaining items that he has yet to tick off in his bucket list before he catches an evening flight back to Manila.

I said yes to the invitation of course. Aside from the fact that I needed a welcome distraction from all the election updates flashed on national TV, I’ve been wanting to visit the said cafe which I frequently pass by on my way home from work.

Although Sulbing cafe also offers crepes, coffee and toasts, it undoubtedly specializes on bingsu, a much-loved Korean dessert that’s similar to our local halo-halo. But compared to the latter, it’s actually recommended not to mix the finely shaved ice with its mountainous toppings. Instead, you scoop delicious spoonfuls out of this mound.

Sulbing Dessert Cafe - Mango Cheese

The one I had was Mango Cheese (Php 250) which looked like a circular pyramid with alternating layers of mango and cheese cake cubes. It was topped off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and drizzled with condensed milk. All I can say that it was one very, very happy bowl because for a few minutes it chased all my post-elections hangover away.

Sulbing Dessert Cafe - Injeolmi

Oseo chose the Injeolmi (Php250), which is one of the restaurant’s bestsellers. It was made from powdered injeolmi (a Korean rice cake) and sprinkled with almond flakes for texture. By the way, a shot of condensed milk accompanies each order for those who’d prefer a sweeter finish.

Before we even knew it, we were able to down each of our mountainous bingsus that afternoon. I probably didn’t notice it because I was engrossed with our conversations that started with the craziness of this year’s elections, segued to future travel plans and then veered back to politics.

Sulbing Dessert Cafe - interiors

Like some voting precincts that day, service at Sulbing was noticeably slow. It took quite awhile before our orders were served but thankfully there was good Wi-Fi to keep everyone else glued to their mobile phones.

 

Sulbing Dessert Cafe | Click here for menu
GF Gaisano Country Mall, Cebu City
Weekdays: 10 AM – 10 PM
Weekends: 10 AM – 11 PM

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    July 24, 2018

    I already heard desirable things approximately this Korean dessert place but I needed to try it to consider it. As a halo-halo afficionado, this changed into a visit i was enthusiastic about. At the shop’s entrance is a lifestyles-length display of some of the dessert objects they provide with their respective charges. That is very friendly and informative to all of us making plans to devour there. You’ll recognize ahead what to expect visually and financially. Prior to getting into. (Saves you embarrassment, in case you find it too costly.) My order took a while to be served as there was huge group who came in before me. (the vicinity become packed when we got there. It appears to be a fave the various locals.) while my halo-halo order arrived with its accompanying bowl of condensed milk, it failed to disappoint. The halo-halo become huge and blanketed with yummy substances: crunchy cereal, candy purple beans, whole almond nuts, ice cream with caramel drizzled over it.

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Brennan Mercado
The Philippines

Brennan is an electronics engineer by profession. From time to time, he gets to travel beyond his office cubicle, try new restaurants or catch up with his terribly long list of unread books. He likes museums, spicy food and talking with habal-habal drivers. For now, he's still deciding on whether to play Pokémon GO or not.

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