Halo-halo is undoubtedly one of Filipinos’ comfort food, especially during summer. So, if you are one of those who badly crave for this cold and sweet snack, here are 3 of the most famous halo-halo spots in Cebu that you should check out:
With branches in SM City Cebu, Ayala Center Cebu, Raintree Mall, Mango Square, Gaisano Mactan, and Crossroad Mall, Cebuanos surely won’t find it hard to locate this well-known halo-halo and dessert store. Their halo-halo is talk of the town for its fresh and delicious ingredients as well as its yummy presentation. Ice Castle patrons say that halo-halo lovers would certainly feel satisfied with the countless ingredients that the store nonskimpily prepares for customers. Aside from their ever-famous halo-halo, Ice Castle also offers ice cream splits, sundaes, parfaits, juices, shakes, and sandwiches.
Right at the heart of Poblacion Pardo, south of Cebu, you can find a halohalo store that’s been proven and tested throughout so many years. They unceasingly impress loyal patrons and new customers with their famous version of halohalo, especially the Super Special Halo-Halo that comes with 2 scoops of ice cream and is sold at 60 pesos only! Other secret ingredients of their simple yet extremely delicious Pinoy dessert are nangka or jackfruit, peanuts, and coconut milk.
Formerly named as Macjoy, this uniquely Cebuano fast food store boasts a delicious halo-halo that’s sold at 89 pesos only (as of 2013). It also serves a range of signature dishes like bacon burger, spaghetti, and palabok that always leave Cebuanos satisfied and non-wanting for more. MyJoy is truly a one-stop food spot that provides a family-friendly restaurant layout and an accessible location in Ayala Center Cebu’s 3rd level.
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