Summer in the Philippines is always associated with school vacation, the beach, and of course, Pinoys all-time fave dessert – the halo-halo! And in this heat, you might wanna head over to Kuya J Resto to grab the new Duo Halo-halo Espesyal!
Just by looking at the visual, Kuya J’s new Duo Halo-halo Espesyal is sure to make your mouths water. It features a mesmerizing combo of Kuya J’s silky-smooth ice made from milk and rich, thick purple ice made from tasty ube. The ice is shaved smoothly to complement the perfect mix of other ingredients including macapuno, nata de coco, caramelized saba, ube jam and langka. A sweet slice of leche flan, a sprinkle of crunchy cornflakes and a drizzle of ube cream complete Kuya J’s delightful summer dessert.
“We take pride in being known for our unique and flavorful renditions of Halo-halo. Our customers have come to love this special summer dessert and that is why we are happy to present yet another addition to our menu,” said Kuya J Group President Winglip Chang. “Kuya J’s new Duo Halo-halo Espesyal, a fusion of our own version of the classic Halo-halo and the crowd favorite Ube Halo-halo Espesyal, is a delicious and exciting treat that will definitely beat the heat this summer season.”
Customers will enjoy indulging in this Duo Halo-halo Espesyal even more as it is infused with Kuya J’s signature brand of warm customer service. As with other Pinoy dishes at Kuya J, it is served in a comfortable, homey setting.
Kuya J’s other halo-halo variants include Halo-halo Espesyal, Ube Halo-halo Espesyal and Saba Halo-halo Espesyal. It also offers Filipino dishes such as Crispy Pata, Roasted Chicken, Grilled Scallops, and Kare-kare, to name a few.
Kuya J has come a long way from being a humble eatery in Cebu called “Kanan-an ni Kuya”, to now having 108 restaurants nationwide. It continues to satisfy every Filipino’s appetite with its best-tasting Filipino dishes. Make your summer more exciting with the new Kuya J Duo Halo-halo Espesyal. For more information on Kuya J’s new offerings, visit http://www.kuyaj.ph.