Indulge in the Creamiest and Most Delicious Filipino Delight: Halo-Halo!

Halo-Halo is more than just a summer treat in the Philippines. It is a traditional delicacy that evokes a sense of pride and nostalgia for Filipinos all year round. Inspired by the Japanese dessert kakigori, Halo-Halo takes shaved ice and sweetens it with condensed milk, then tops it with a variety of mouth-watering ingredients such as beans, banana, ube, langka, jellies, macapuno, and more. And the finishing touch? A dollop of ice cream and leche flan on top!

But with so many Halo-Halo variations out there, how do you know where to start? Fear not, as we've rounded up some of the best Halo-Halo iterations that will surely satisfy your cravings.

Ben's Halo-halo

Photo by Ben's Halo-halo 

Ben's Halo-Halo boasts of being the "Creamiest Halo-Halo" for a reason. Their version is a delightful blend of jackfruit strips, ube paste, creamy leche flan, bananas, and nata de coco - all of which make you crave for summer all year round. The creaminess and richness of their halo-halo sets it apart from typical versions, and they even offer unique flavors like Hot Winter, topped with a whole siling labuyo, and Salty Summer, which has a salted egg on top.

Razon's of Guagua Halo-halo

Photo by Razon's of Guagua Halo-halo

For those who want to taste Kapampangan cuisine at its finest, head over to Razon's of Guagua. Their simple yet scrumptious Halo-Halo recipe consists of only a few ingredients, but additional toppings like banana, macapuno, leche flan, langka, mais, keso, cornflakes, and milk can be requested to make it even more enjoyable.

Halo-halo Story

Photo by Halo-halo Story

Halo-Halo Story offers an interesting twist to the classic dessert by incorporating local delights like Maja Blanca, Buko Pie, Mango Graham, and even an Iscramble in their halo-halo variations. Share your own stories with friends and family over a cool and refreshing bowl of halo-halo from this restaurant.

Bebang's Halo-halo

Photo by Bebang's Halo-halo

Bebang Halo-Halo takes a unique approach by using frozen milk instead of plain ice, resulting in a creamier and more flavorful experience. Their halo-halo options even combine American and Pinoy flavors, with berries, nuts, and halaya added to the mix.

Macabebest Halo-halo & Treats

Photo by Macabebest Halo-halo & Treats

Named after the owner's hometown, MacabeBest Halo-Halo & Treats offers high-quality products, food safety, and delicious halo-halo flavors like pastilla, langka, halaya, leche, and overload. You'll find yourself practically drinking up the melted goodness with each swirl of your spoon.