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(from left) Tapsilog (beef tapa) plate served with garlic fried rice & two eggs, sizzling pork sisig, and lechon kawali (in the background).
Halo-Halo Kitchen is like a mullet gone the way of the Philippines: Filipino food business in the front, Filipino karaoke party in the back. Tables spread throughout the West Phoenix restaurant's two decidedly distinct rooms allow for guests to decide which portion of the hairstyle, er, Halo-Halo they most associate with. Read the full review of Halo-Halo Kitchen here.
Photos by Jackie Mercandetti
Published on October 10, 2013