Kabigting's Halo-Halo

1/F Marquee Mall, NLEX, Angeles, Pampanga

Kabigting's Halo-Halo
4.3
4.5 Stars

12 Reviewers

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  • 12 Reviews
  • 78 Recommend
  • 12 Reviewers
Category:
Snack
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 9:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Mhigz A.
5.0 Stars

Best halo halo in Pampanga... for me! 1285139996
They use pastillas for sweetener. 10084

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Mye D.
4.0 Stars

My workmate & I were invited to attend a baptism in Pampanga last Saturday. We decided to eat at a local resto since we don't frequent the location. We chose Kabigting's after looking at the "extensive" menu via looloo and reading all the nice reviews about their halo-halo.

I had a hard time deciding what to order because there seems to be a lot in the menu that I like. While still on the bus, I've decided to order lechon sisig & halo-halo. However, when we got to the resto, the server handed us a small piece of cardboard which happens to be the menu. Apparently, in this location they only serve palabok, puto, lumpiang sariwa & halo-halo. No silog meals, sisig, etc (Please update the menu, looloo 128540) Anyway, I decided to order palabok & their famous halo-halo.

The palabok was very flavorful, though I can't say it's the best on my list. For some reasons, Kabigting's palabok reminds me of the palabok I used to eat at my lola's house when I was young--probably because of its classic rich orange sauce.

Their Halo-halo, like Razon's, has few ingredients. It has only corn, white beans & pastillas. The pastillas in the halo halo were indeed yummy 128525 They didn't scrimp on the ingredients so it's sulit for P70 pesos.

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Peach L.
5.0 Stars

I used to be very loyal to Razon's... until I discovered Kabigting's.

Both halo-halo brands are famous kapampangan-made treats. The difference lies in the "halo" and the ice used. What I love about Razon's is its simplicity. The expression simplicity is beauty applies to them because they only have about 3 toppings and they still manage to reach the level they are in now. And I think it's all because of the ice and the leche flan they use. Other than that, I think Kabigting's captured my heart because of the milk they used, which pretty much tasted like carabao's milk or coconut milk... I'm not quite sure but it's definitely rich and creamy. And I love how they use pastillas instead of leche flan... it's something new added to the traditional halo-halo we came to know but it definitely works. They have more halo than Razon's but not too many and as overwhelming as Iceberg's...and it's not too sweet as well. 128076

So yes, between the two, Kabigting's now have my vote. 128522

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Tan M.
3.0 Stars

I was really excited when I saw Kabigting's halo halo when we're strolling around Marquee. I heard lots of good things bout how special their halo halo is. There are only 3 ingredients in this halo halo. Mashed beans, corn, and their special pastillas freshly made from carabao's milk. But sadly we didn't like the taste.128532 for us all the ingredients didn't match with each other especially the mashed beans. I still prefer Razon's halo halo.

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Bettina V.
4.0 Stars

Probably my fave halo-halo because it's simple (3 toppings/bottoms (lol) only: beans, corn and pastillas!), sweet and yummy! I love pastillas in my halo-halo!

I always pair the halo-halo with palabok and then, at the end of my meal, have a difficult time choosing whether I want my last bite to be sweet or salty? Sweet? Salty? Sweet? Ugh. 128514

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Antonio Lorenzo Q.
5.0 Stars

When craving for halo-halo, this is one place that comes first to my mind. Like Razon's, this joint is a Kapampangan specialty resto that offers the best of Pampanga's culinary delights. To highlight here is their unique take on halo-halo, which is unlike the conventional gastronomic potpourri that a lot of us are familiar with. The tasty pastillas and yema mixed in such halo-halo is indeed the bomb! And if you are not much a sweet tooth, other selections such as palabok might do the trick for merienda.

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Kristle M.
5.0 Stars

Who doesn't love halohalo? Kabigting's special dessert is one of the best halohalo in town! Don't underestimate this one because in this plastic cup is a huge surprise that will surely tickle your sweet tastebuds. 10084

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Jae R.
3.0 Stars

They said that this is Razon's rival when it comes to Pampanga's halohalo. It has a unique creamier taste (probably because of the pastillas de leche included in the mix) and it's also less sweet than Razon's.

In the end it all boils down to personal preference. Both of them are good and perfect for a hot day. My choice though is still Razon's. 128556

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Jerome I.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Regie L.
4.0 Stars

Clearly the archrival of Razon's. Their halo halo is creamier, though less sweet (so hindi nakakaumay) and with generous servings of pastillas.

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JP G.
4.0 Stars

Okay. Definitely worth the 1 hour travel.

We actually tried to go to Corazon's but we got lost trying to find it to actually find out that it closes as 6pm (why). So we ended up trying Kabigting's halo halo. It was worth it! P65 yo! Eh Ang sarap.

Step over Corazon's, Kabigting's halo-halo the pride of Arayat is the shiz :)

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Chris L.
5.0 Stars

quick visit to "my home province" would not be complete without a visit to kabigting halo-halo really good, really simple! perfect blend of sweet beans, corn and carabaos milk! For me THE undisputed leader among Philippines most beloved dessert creation!

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