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Chefs Sandy Daza, Boy Logro and Rosebud Benitez Loves Mang Inasal's Pinoy Halo-Halo

It is not always that chefs unanimously agree on something but when it comes to Filipinos' favorite halo-halo, Chefs Sandy Daza, Boy Logro and Rosebud Benitez are all in agreement that it is indeed creamy, delicious, and they all love it!


The Chefs gave Mang Inasal's Pinoy Halo-Halo their seal of approval. The secret to this yummy halo-halo is in the creamy milk which is especially made for Mang Inasal. It is sweetened just right and with the right mix of creaminess and flavors from all the other ingredients so that you are bound to exclaim- "Ang sarap!" with every spoonful.

Watch this video about the three Chefs experience of Mang Inasal's Pinoy Halo-Halo.

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