Kabigting's Halo-Halo

2/F Benni II Bldg., 73 Lilac St., Concepcion Dos, Marikina, Metro Manila

Kabigting's Halo-Halo
3.5 Stars

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Aileen L.
4.0 Stars

Kabigtings Halo-Halo 127848 the Pride of Arayat Pampanga!

It’s signature best seller
- Palabok
- Lumpiang Ubod
- Dinuguan

Kabigting's Halo Halo is located at 56 A Lilac St Marikina near Puregold/Crepeman/Picazza in Lilac Street.

Went here with fam last March 10 , 2018 for Merienda and there were lots of customers that time. Place has this very nice Filipino-Kapampangan vibes and they can accommodate maybe 20-25 customers inside.

Menu can already found on the table. Then one must pay for their order on the counter.

Here's what we ordered:
Kabigtings Halo-Halo

- I like that their halo halo is very milky and creamy but I was a bit disappointed with the "sahog" included. I was expecting a halo halo with ALL or even close to the halo halo we usually eat. There were beans, pastillas and some corn included for their halo halo. Kabigting's halo halo can be compared with the taste of Razon's but just too sweet for my taste. Price is around 100 pesos


I liked their Palabok compare too the Halo-Halo. It cost 85 pesos to 90 pesos and it’s good to eat when you have puto and glad they have here but with extra cost .

Then their restroom is on the second floor , you have to go through that steep spiral staircase just to pee, very inconvenient if ihing ihi ka na baka malaglag ka pa128530

Overall, it was a good experience dining here and trying their famous Halo halo. If you're a fan of sweets and Kapampangan Halo halo, this is recommended.

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
4.0 Stars

After a Sunday event with children in Marikina, we desperately looked for a lunch stop. Lilac has a lot of choices, we ended up here and Crepe Man.

Affordable meals includes various Silog choices, palabok, lumpia and of course, Halo Halo. We forgot to test their banner dish but had 4 others anyway.

We had three Silogs. The Chicken Tocino, Tapa and their interesting Liempo strips. All three were decent and portions were of good value.

The fresh lumpia was really fresh with ample vegetables. The not so sweet and spiced sauce made it more appetizing.

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Jacque B.
3.0 Stars

The halo-halo is too sweet with so much pastillas and sweet beans. I think Razon's is still best for me.

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Carlos G.
3.0 Stars

Ill choose razon anyday!!
So much milk, pastillas beens and corn.

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4.0 Stars

Wow! Another Sunday bonding after mass with the family at Kabigting's! Mama instantly liked their restaurant due to the affordable price and the Pinoy taste of their food.

For the first time, I got a taste of their famous pastillas halo-halo! Milk on milk on milk! It did not disappoint at all. Super delicious and refreshing in this scorching weather!

The dinuguan and puto and the pansit palabok were also very malinamnam! Rich in flavors and very remarkable!

The place though is kinda hot and has very little space. Hope they get a bigger place soon.

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Kristine M.
4.0 Stars

Thanks for adding this place Roegan T! Reward naman dyan haha.

Anyway, the only Metro Manila branch of Kabigting (AFAIK) is in Banawe, so I was happy that the next branch will be in Marikina. The moment I spotted the "soon to open" tarp, I always check out the area to see if Kabigting has finally opened for business.

Anyway, tama na ang palabok na kwento, let's go to the real palabok 128513.

I like their version of palabok better than that of Razon's--it's not that nakakaumay. But as for the halo-halo, I like Razon's more. The pastillas in Kabigting's halo-halo is more for novelty's sake and didn't really add to the taste.

PS. I checked the menu uploaded here in looloo and the actual menu is much less than what is stated here.

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