Choose Between Two Options
- $13 for $20 worth of food and drink for dine-in
- $16 for $20 worth of food and drink for carryout
In some situations, pointing might be considered rude. But at Halo-Halo Kitchen, pointing is the preferred method for ordering your meal. "Turo-turo"—what the Filipino restaurant calls its specials—translates to "point-point": as you approach the buffet-style table, you point out which dishes you want and a staffer will either prepare a plate for you or compliment you on your disco dance moves. The daily selection of dishes might include anything from coconut chicken and pepper steak to veggie chop suey and tofu with spinach. Aside from its buffet offerings, the restaurant also serves silog plates—popular Filipino breakfast dishes composed of eggs, garlic rice, and a choice of protein—which they can whip up any time of day. But regardless of what you choose, you'll want to save room for Halo-Halo's true specialty and namesake treat: a colorful, layered dessert made from shaved ice, milk, red mung beans, tapioca, fruits, and ice cream.