Razon’s Halo-Halo – Certified Summer Craving

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During this month of many out of town trips, the theme is all about keeping cool. And one of my summer staples is the ever-famous Halo-halo of Razon’s.

Contrary to the normal halo-halo that has everything on it, there’s something about the simplicity of the ingredients if Razon’s version that makes it worth coming back for. I’ve been made to jog one more round around Bonifacio High Street just to justify an order of this! I’ve also been able to finish two cups in one sitting. :D

Apart from the simplicity of just macapuno and bananas at the bottom, two other things that make this dessert is the finely-shaved ice and the creamy leche flan on top. While some leche flans can be tough, this one just melts in your mouth.

Perfection in a glass.

 

 

 

 


 

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5 comments

  1. RichieZ says:

    Razon’s Halo-Halo is the only Halo-Halo I eat!

  2. alexis says:

    If you have been satisfied by the Razon’s Halo-halo and palabok branching out in the Metro, you have not tried the Teresita R. Razon’s halo-halo and palabok in San Fernando. It has an offshoot in tomas morato, qc named TERESITA’s of San Fernando. Have a taste of their famous dishes and I leave you to decide which one’s better. :)

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