Saturday, November 04, 2006

Best halo halo in town

If you ask me or any member of my family---specially my kid Josh---which makes the best halo halo, the answer would be Razon's halo-halo of Guagua.
Guagua is one of towns of Pampanga province, th home province of the current president. Guagua made headlines over a decade ago when Mount Pinatubo erupted. Guagua was one of the towns severely affected by Mount Pinatubo's wrath.
Razon's halo-halo is homemade type of halo halo, with delicious ingredients. The only ingredients I can identify is the banana. It is capped with leche flan, a sugar-milk-egg combination that is sprawled at the mouth of the elongated container atop the heap of crushed ice.
Nothing beats the Razon's halo-halo.
While it originated in Pampanga, the name and procduct spread down south to Metro Manila.
Now, Razon's halo-halo has several branches in Metro Manila, the latest of which is the One at Greenbelt One.
Everyone we have invited to taste Razon's halo-halo always had a good review, even those who are not fond of iced refreshments.
The branch we occassionally visit is the Razon's at Market Market at The Fort. Gthere is also one along Jupiter Street Makati City.
An order of halo-halo costs P60. But you may just get another one.

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