Sulhwa, Melbourne CBD

MELBOURNE | Sulhwa is an Asian dessert café that recently opened in Melbourne, which I visited for What’s on Melbourne. Their desserts are made using the best quality ingredients, and draw inspiration from across Asia.

The signature dessert is injeolmi. It’s a Korean dessert made by combining steamed Korean rice cakes with assorted toppings. The most popular flavour is topped with sweetened red beans, house-made mochi, finely shaved ice, and injeolmi powder.

Other desserts include things like shaved ice topped with fresh watermelon balls, rose cream, roasted pistachios, and lychee; and the South East Asian classic, ice kacang.

There’s also a selection of cakes, available for one or as larger cakes. Flavours rotate regularly with the seasons. The cute bear shaped cake, a chocolate shell-covered delight of mandarin jelly, chocolate mousse and biscuit base, is delicious.

Along with desserts, there’s also coffee, and an assortment of Asian-inspired drinks. Think hojicha latte topped with autumn crisp grape, maple cream, and toasted almond; and cups of bingsu topped with fresh fruits.


Sulhwa

378A Little Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

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Open
Thu – Tue: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

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