I stopped by the Toli Moli falooda pop-up happening at Thip Khao (3-10pm at 3462 14th St NW in Columbua Heights) to try out the faloodas. One word: omigoshsodelicious.
The "Black Eye" falooda is vanilla ice cream, milk, coffee jello, noodle pudding, basil seeds and coffe, topped by an oatmeal crumble -- it's a ton of fun to eat.
Toli Moli is the work of Chef Jocelyn Law-Yone and her daughter Simone Jacobson. They hope to open their own restaurant featuring the falooda drinks and small eats.
Those eats, by the way -- also delicious. I tried out a plate with the Burmese tea leaf salad, sprouted yellow peas, shrimp and sprout fritter and parantha flat bread, tied together with a tamarind sauce. The sauce was great, my napkin would have been a delight with this stuff spilled on it. But I recommend putting it in the shrimp and sprout fritter instead.
If you can get out to 14th Street in CoHeights before 10pm, do it. It's worth it.