Famous Korean dessert chain Sulbing opens in Malaysia with iconic melon & strawberry bingsu, injeolmi toast & more

by Christabel Tan

Got a craving for shaved ice? Sulbing is arguably the most famous Korean dessert chain of all time.

For me, no visit to Korea is complete without visiting a Sulbing outlet…at least once (I made three visits in one week during my last vacay in Seoul).

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You can now get your fix of bingsu a little closer to home at Sulbing Malaysia, the dessert cafe’s first flagship store in none other than Pavilion Elite in Kuala Lumpur.

As someone who loves visiting KL to cafe-hop, I can definitely see myself making the trip there for Sulbing, because let’s face it — I’ve yet to find a bingsu option in Singapore that comes close.

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Just like the outlets in Korea, you’ll be able to find the usual offerings like assorted bingsu topped generously with fruits like mango, strawberries, and melon, alongside classic flavours like injeolmi, chocolate, and green tea, just to name a few.

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Most tend to go for the strawberry line-up, consisting of crowd favourites like the Strawberry Yogurt Sulbing (S$17.46, RM60), mochi-topped Fresh Strawberry Sulbing (S$16, RM55), and the exquisite Premium Strawberry Sulbing (S$19.78, RM68), which comes crowned with a slice of cheesecake.

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For a little extra flair, go for the range of Melon Sulbing, which is served in an actual melon, with toppings like Red-Bean Melon (S$18.91, RM65), Yogurt Cheesecake (S$17.46, RM60), Strawberry Cheese (S$18.91, RM65), and even Shine Muscat (S$19.78, RM68).

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My personal favourites, however, are the Green Tea Sulbing (S$13.96, RM48) and the Tiramisu Sulbing (S$16, RM55), that comes with an actual slice of tiramisu and a shot of espresso (in place of condensed milk) for pouring.

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Bingsu aside, you can choose from a selection of pastries like Mini Red Bean or Custard Fish Buns (S$5.82, RM20), Injeolmi Croffle (S$6.40, RM22), Honey Hotteok (RM12), Honey Butter Bread (S$5.82, RM20), and Crungji (S$3.49, RM12), a sweet, crispy pressed croissant.

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The good ol’ Injeolmi Toast (S$5.82, RM20) is always reliable, as is the Mozzarella Injeolmi Toast (S$7.27, RM25), an ideal snack for those who prefer more of a sweet and savoury note.

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We hear a unique Cheese Tteokbokki Pizza (RM28), the only savoury option on the menu, will also be launched in due time.

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All things considered, prices are on the steeper side, but portions are pretty generous, so come with a group of friends and share everything!

There’s only one thing left to be said — when will Sulbing come to Singapore?

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????Lot 7.101.01, Level 7, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, 168, Jln Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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