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Halo-Halo Kitchen offers a wide range of traditional Filipino dishes and some American dishes as well. Our daily menu is a variety of our "Turo-Turo" specials. Turo-Turo's literal translation means "Point-Point". The name came about because all you need to do is point at the food that you want to order/eat from the wide selection of dishes displayed at a buffet style serving table.
We also offer a variety of traditional Filipino breakfast called "Silog" plates. All Silog plates are made to order and served all day. The term "Silog" is used to describe some of the popular combination of items in a Filipino breakfast. The "Si" comes from the word "SInangag" meaning fried rice and "Log" comes from "itLOG", meaning egg. Garlic fried rice and egg(s) are always served with the "Silog" plates. The "Silog" suffix is attached to the type of meat that is served with the plate, such as Tapsilog (Beef tapa), Tosilog (Pork Tocino - sugar cured), Porksilog (Porkchop), Bangsilog (Milkfish), Spamsilog (Spam), Longsilog (Longanisa) and Cornsilog (Cornedbeef).
Other menu items include: Merienda (served after 3PM), American dishes, Snacks and Short Orders (Pulutan).
Please check our Menu page for a detailed list of items.