Summer is not yet over.
That is what I would say despite the start of the rainy season. The weather may call for comfort foods, bed, and blankets, and cuddles. But even the rainy season can’t stop me from roaming around looking for a new place to eat out.
And voila! I stumbled upon this cool place, Frozen Avenue, that offers one of the desserts that is known in the Philippines and one of my favorites, too. I researched about the place looking for reviews about their famous halo-halo. The reviews are all good and it really piqued my interest. I love halo-halo and so right then and there I decided to give it a try. I was all giddy and can’t wait to drop by.
Frozen Avenue: Halo-Halo with a Twist
Frozen Avenue opened last April 28, 2017. The owner, Mr. Jason Cabaluna, initially wants to open a mini restaurant but since he is not yet financially capable, decided to open Frozen Avenue instead which needs lesser costs on materials. We were actually shocked when our order was brought to us because the owner was a high school classmate of the beau and it’s such a coincident since we seem to share a class during college.
I was planning to open a small restaurant since I have the idea when it comes to operation. I worked in as a cook in a hotel before. Since I have a little savings, I decided to open Frozen Avenue in time for summer.
In just one month, the place has been known in the area. Thanks to the power of social media, words travel fast. Mr. Cabaluna can’t even believe it.
Frozen avenue’s Halo-Halo is not your usual halo-halo. Why? It is because Mr. Cabaluna decided to make his halo-halo with a little twist. Unlike most halo-halo, Frozen Avenue’s don’t just have fruits and gel-Os but a lot more. Their ice cream is also not those branded ones but a lot more on the homemade side.
Their halo-halo is available for Php 75.00 only. Believe me, you will love it as much as I loved it. It was superb. As I’ve mentioned, I love halo-halo but I am picky. Theirs is just uniquely delicious!
As for now, they only offer halo-halo but as per the owner, he’s planning to add more on the menu. They are located at Pajo Lapu-Lapu City just across Caltex Station and 7eleven.
Frozen Avenue opens at 1:00 in the afternoon and closes its doors at 11:00 in the evening.
I will be back. In fact been here 2 times already and I am still loving their unique halo-halo. hehe. Kita-kita ta ninyo ngadto mga Oponganons!
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