One of the best halo halo I've tasted so far. Their chicharon is a must try too. Place is just okay, its in the mall so lots of people are expected.
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Razon's of Guagua has been synonymous withe their specialty dessert, halo halo. It has become a cult and with a huge following including me. For one, it is not too sweet. The creaminess of the water buffalos' milk, the very fine ice shavings, and the...More
I am a beef lover so whenever I'm out reviewing dishes I prefer to try anything made from beef. I never expected that the taste of their beef steak is just like that of the one I ate somewhere in bicol and all I can...More
The cashier on duty wasnt so friendly...while accommodating me, she was busy with other task. There were just 2 tables occupied but our orders for 3 took so long to be served. Food was average in taste. But their halo halo is delicious.
Decided to try Razon's after a long walk and people watching at MOA. The menu was of foods from Pampanga which I was told very good authentic dishes. Tried the Sizzling Beef Bulalo, seesig (sp?), diniguan (sp?), Palabok (sp?) and Chichiron (sp?). All was pretty...More
I have always loved their halo-halo and pancit. The servings are quite small though that you would need to order two or more if you are really hungry.
Late evening visit, and specifically went there for the halo-halo. Though the 'halo' are few (I tasted not more than 5), it was enough. It was more the quality of each ingredient than variety. Didn't get the chance to try the warm food yet, but...More
Halo-halo is said to be the best but obviously they haven't tasted the native halo-halo of Lucena City along Quezon Avenue. It was too plain and did not impress my taste buds. Prices are steep. Imagine paying Php205 for that plate of lechon kawali in...More
We tried the halohalo, although the ice was so fine, the contents were so few:( it didnt actually taste as great as we were told:( The Palabok was so little for that price:(