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Reviewed 9 January 2021 via mobile

We read so much about this place so we made it a point ot go and visit. When we got there, a guy said we can park infront of the resto. My husband was about to eat when the same guy said he had to...remove the car and look for parking because the police or barangay guy will catch him. We found out the restaurant had no parking space at all. Not even one. Poor hubby had to walk far to get parking. So we ordered kare-kare, bagnet and halo halo. The kare kare wasnt mixed well as there were chunks of peanut butter plus the meat and buntot were so hard. . It needs more hours of boiling to soften meAt. The bagnet of our yaya is more yummy. Disappointing. The only acceptable thing was plain rice. The halo- halo of chow king is more yummy. Sorry this place was a big disappointment.More

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 24 December 2020 via mobile

Don't come here if you are very hunger.. the waiting time was too long.. the food was delicious but i didn't enjoy it since i was dissappointed with the service.. i hope they can improve it next time we visit.

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 2 October 2020

The Halo halo, which is a popular native dessert in the Philippines (similar with Bingsu of Korea) has a special version in La Union or particularly in Ilocos Region which is Halo Halo De Iloko! It is filled with a variety of ingredients. it's really...creamy and yummy, a must try! It's a shame that I wasn't able to try their infamous Pakbet from Ilocos which is a well known dish in the Philippines. It is composed of different varieties of vegetables mixed with pork and shrimp paste. It makes me hungry just to think about it!More

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed 3 April 2020 via mobile

This is the second time I’ve been here, but the first time to actually eat their food. Two years ago the wait was so long I left before being seated. All this told me was that their food must’ve been great. So this year I...go back and am seated within half an hour. The location is about three blocks from city hall down a residential street. Makes sense because the restaurant is housed in what looks like to have been a regular home at one time. This gives the whole food experience a homey vibe. I ordered the Pinakbet and Kalding sinigang. My friend ordered the Pandan fried chicken. For dessert we both ordered their famous Halo Halo. The Pinakbet had the freshest vegetables I’ve eaten in this dish. In America, unless you cook it yourself, it’s been sitting on a steam table for who knows how long. The flavors reminded me of my moms cooking. She was originally from San Fernando. It was delicious to say the least. As was the goat sinigang. My friend’s pandan fried chicken looked delicious. The chickens was fried in Pandan leaves which were still on the chicken. He ate all four pieces by himself and said it wa the best fried chicken he had ever eaten. While waiting for our food, we saw many people going in and picking up Halo Halo to go. This made the anticipation even greater as we waited for ours. The Halo Halo did not disappoint. It was not as sweet as others I had tasted but the ingredients tasted of higher quality. If you come here and the wait is long, please don’t leave. The wait will be worth it.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed 25 February 2020

They have delish fiesta halo-halo, somekind of odd fried halo-halo that's tasty as well, just to bad we were not able to taste their buko halo-halo for it's not available at the time we went there(that's no.1 on my list to try 😥). The serving...of their pancit that's good 4 2-3 persons as indicated were a lot, it's like for 6-8 persons, in which good. Best Okoy so far as my mom have said, it has shrimp & squid(normally it's just shrimp in other restos), you must try their salted caramel cheesecake, it's sooOo good. I didn't like their native cheeseburger the patty's small. All in all the food were pretty decent, chic resto design, however you'd have to wait in line before you can eat. And their parking is kinda far from the restaurant (if you park just in the street, it can be towed).More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 25 January 2020

This quaint place never fails to amaze. Apart from the ambience, the rich culture it carries complements the wonderful gustatory experience and very homey and personalized and professional service. Shout out the the manager of the place Precious. Very delightful service!!!

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 16 January 2020

One of the Famous Restaurants in La Union because of their Halo Halo in Coconut. It's queuing if it's pick season. Feeling at home if your inside the resto. I just tried the Halo Halo in Coconut, it's tasty. A lot of ilokano cuisines that...you can try. If you are at the town proper you can walk or ride a tricycle.More

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 3 January 2020 via mobile

Quality of food AND service continues to decrease every time we come here. This time we were a group of 13. They seated us separately, which was fine, but the wait staff was disorganized as different people were coming back and forth with an order...we had previously canceled. They insisted that we keep it as it was already cooked (in record time! faster than it took for all our other meals to arrive!). We had to explain that it wasn't our fault that three different people were taking our orders, to which one of the wait staff dismissed us and shouted, "OKAY, NO PROBLEM! We'll just eat the canceled order!" I thought the snark in her tone was unnecessary. Food was generally too greasy. We had okoy (soggy on one side), kare-kare (not enough peanut butter), pinakbet (lacked flavor, more stir-fry vegetables than pinakbet), binagoongan (too sweet, mostly pork fat). Portions were average. Gulaman was 99% sugar, 1% food coloring.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 17 December 2019 via mobile

The food was superb! We tried the Seafood pakbet and their best selling Fiesta Halo Halo. First time to ate a halo halo na hindi tinipid sa gatas. Will definitely eat here again when we come back in La Union❤️

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed 5 December 2019 via mobile

Food is delicious. Staff are friendly. It’s worth the visit and relax. I enjoyed visiting here with my family.👍🏼

Date of visit: December 2019
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Halo Halo de Iloko is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5