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Little Quiapo’s Halo-halo Special

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Restaurant Profile

Known for its delicious, home-style cooking, Little Quiapo has numerous branches around Luzon, each with its own set of unique and loyal customers. Many customers come for their beautifully-presented interiors, emulating the style of Old Manila, but primarily, most customers come (and stay) for their delicious renditions of all our favorite Filipino dishes, including Pancit Palabok, all sorts of Filipino-style noodles, and of course, delicious Halo-halo. It's literal translation is “mix-mix” in English - a Filipino dessert that includes sweet ingredients such as leche flan, ube, and ice cream.

This branch in particular is located at 90 Malakas Street, Diliman, Quezon City

User Comments:

“I haven't eaten yet in Quiapo. However, according to my Mom, Quiapo was a food haven during her college days in the 1950s. It's no surprise then, that this restaurant is so called because it serves authentic Filipino dishes, reminiscent of the ones encountered during those times.” - Francis Moria


The halo-halo ranges from Php 100 to Php 140, depending on the number of toppings you choose.

Image courtesy of Little Quiapo


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