Sister took pictures of the food we ate, and because I didn't want to use all her images for this blog as she will use it for her own blog, too, I will just share what I had for lunch that day.
The metal plate was hot, but not hot enough to sizzle the food. It was a very simple kind of sisig, and while it was somewhat tasty (because it had a lot of meat and less of extenders), I found it a little bland.
It is still the ice that makes this very unique. My sister is not so fond of their Halo Halo because she grew up eating Sandosenang Halo, but I have to agree with her - it was so creamy! Though it had the right amount of milk, I still wanted more. I asked the wait staff if I could have more milk in my glass, but they told us there will be an additional charge for it. It made me decide to stick with what I have - though I am sort of wondering if this was the same restaurant where one could ask for extra ice, milk, and / or sugar without additional charge.
My Halo Halo cravings was satisfied. Now I am craving for something else.
Hopefully the family will help me satisfy my always hungry tummy again. :)