April 25, 2018 12:45 pm
Temperatures are rising and what better way to cool down than with a big serving of every Filipinos’ favorite dessert—Halo-Halo! Shaved ice mixed well with flavorful ingredients and ice cream on top. Can you think of something better? Here’s a list of where you can find the most scrumptious Halo-Halo in BGC:
Bench Cafe, 9th Avenue cor. Lane O
With a menu full of Filipino cuisine, Bench Cafe is out to get our hearts melting over their Halo-Halo which comes in three yummy flavors to choose from, Classic Halo-Halo, White Halo-Halo, and their famous Ube Halo-Halo.
Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe, BGC Stopover Pavilion
Go on a date with your Oppa and try Hobing’s shaved ice treat (yes, just like Halo-Halo!) called Bingsu! Beat the heat with a bowl of this dessert topped with sweets and fruits while enjoying their K-POP playlist that plays all day long!
Friends & Family, C3 Bonifacio High Street
Halo-Halo is a dessert based on shaved ice but for Friends & Family, they want to change things up a bit. Interestingly, they have a Halo-Halo tart that is topped with ube ice cream and leche flan. It may not be your usual cold treat, but it sure is worth a try!
Photo from Friends and Family
Manam, Net Park
Want that extra linamnam? Try Manam’s Namnam Halo-Halo! A cup of smoothly shaved milky ice topped with a large scoop of ube ice cream, a big slice of leche flan, and a generous amount of ube jam on the side. Add in the pinipig, nata de coco, macapuno, sweet munggo, and saba for the perfect Halo-Halo flavor.
Kabisera, B3 Bonifacio High Street
Served in a tall glass, Kabisera’s Halo-Halo flavor will refresh your whole being from walking all over BGC. Packed with macapuno, sago, saging na saba, under the milky shaved ice and finished off with a spoonful of leche flan, this dessert is something you don’t want to miss.
Lorenzo’s Way, C2 Bonifacio High Street
Go to Lorenzo’s Way and find everyone’s favorite cold dessert, the Halo-Halo Espesyal. Complete with all the essential ingredients, this Halo-Halo takes the traditional road, making you taste every single flavor.
Razon’s, Market! Market!
Razon’s Halo-Halo is one of those desserts that will make you fall in love with the Philippines. With saging na saba, shredded macapuno, milk, and dayap rind blended together, this Kapampangan dessert’s sweetness can refresh you and sweep you off your feet at the same time.
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Chowking, BGC Stopover
If you’re on a budget, Chowking is your best bet! For less than PHP100, you can get yourself a generous cup of Halo-Halo. If you want your dessert simple, go for the Milky White Halo-Halo or if you want something special and traditional, their Super Sangkap Halo-Halo is perfect for you.
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