What's in your falooda?
In Burma, the Anglo-Indian phrase “toli moli” means “a little of this and a little of that.” Co-founded by a mother-daughter duo in Washington, DC, Toli Moli is pioneering a unique, layered dessert drink in the style of falooda. For thousands of years, this colorful street snack has been enjoyed throughout Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinents and the Middle East.
Falooda, paluda, faloodeh: just as there are many different ways to spell “falooda,” there are also many variations on this beloved sweet treat. Toli Moli’s faloodas are inspired by Burmese faloodas and every stamp in our passports. Featuring jellies and syrups made from scratch using fresh, healthy and natural ingredients, cups are stacked with superfoods and love. It’s the best dessert you’ve never had.
In addition to signature faloodas like the Royal (pomegranate and rose water) and the Mango Mogul (vegan), Toli Moli also offers a rotating menu of seasonal faloodas, innovative beverage options, and savory treats like Burmese noodle salads.