What is Halo-Halo? In English, “halo” means mix. So it’s loosely translated to MIX-MIX. 😛
Halo Halo is the Filipino version of a Vietnamese sweet soup made from a mixture of cooked fruits, beans, and caramel flan — topped with crushed ice and milk! YUM!
Fellow Filipino, Monet, opened up shop last week in Sky Garden 3, Phu My Hung. Now Filipinos can enjoy their summer quencher, Halo-halo, and indulge in several Filipino dishes.
The place is simply designed as your typical carinderia in any street corner in downtown Manila.
I personally like the tapsilog and the sisigsilog. Friends swear that the embusilog is delicious as well.
I usually do takeouts and even order some for lunch in the office. 😛
If you’re a Filipino and find yourself craving for some authentic Filipino dishes, drop by Monet’s shop! They do deliveries too!
Halo Halo Express
S45-2 Sky Garden 3, PMH , D7
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