In a few weeks, they'll have more to look forward to. Bulos says he's working on a couple of fusion dishes to add to Halo-Halo's menu, like an egg-topped tocino hamburger and a Mexican-Filipino burrito packed with corned beef, scrambled eggs, and Spam.

"I'm also thinking about doing some grilled items," he says. "Filipino food isn't known for being all that healthy."

Halo-Halo's offerings include all-day breakfast silogs and made-to-order traditional Filipino specialties.
Jackie Mercandetti
Halo-Halo's offerings include all-day breakfast silogs and made-to-order traditional Filipino specialties.

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Halo-Halo Kitchen

3553 W. Dunlap Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85051

Category: Restaurant > American

Region: North Phoenix

Details

Halo-Halo Kitchen
3553 West Dunlap Avenue
602-324-9670
www.gothalohalo.com
Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Saturday; 9 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday

Sizzling pork sisig: $9.99
Chicharon bulaklak: $7.99
Crispy pata (small): $13.99
Tocino silog: $6.99

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Mahira863
Mahira863

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Maggie Benton
Maggie Benton

Just went here the other day. Food is very well prepared with good quality ingredients. I wish we didn't have to drive from Chandler to Dunlap! It was so delicious we didn't save room for halo halo. We went on lechon day-Saturday that's why.

Nick Johnson
Nick Johnson

Sign me up for som lumpia, adobo, and picadillo.

 
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