Friday, April 20, 2012

Halo- halo De Iloko 8th. Year Anniversary Summary of Events

(Image courtesy of Sir Xavier B. Mercado)
April 18, 2012 marked Halo- halo De Iloko's 8th. Year Anniversary. As part of the celebration, the management have started their art show entitled, "Ninuno ArtShow at Halo- halo De Iloko" last March 20, 2012. The art show aims to promote paintings and art works by Filipino artists, among them are some paintings of the renowned artist Dong Ilay who designed Halo- halo De Iloko's souvenir t- shirts. The art exhibit will culminate on the 22nd of April 2012.

Miss Chrisme of Halo- halo De Iloko showing us some of the masterpieces at the "Ninuno AstShow"

Sir Xavier Mercado- owner and manager of Halo- halo De Iloko, showing us more art exhibits

Halo- halo De Iloko's Souvenir T-shirt designed by DONG ILAY

The 8th. Year AnniverSARAP Street foods event started last April 18 and the last day will be today! So hurry now, grab the chance to savor those street foods served at this really cozy place... for once, experience "street" foods in the ambiance of a "home" =)

Here are more images of Halo- halo De Iloko's foods, ambiance and everything in the place anyone would love to call "Balay"!

Catch some fresh air, and chat with friends at the lobby

We love halo- halo even more if it comes from Halo- halo De Iloko

Simple breakfast dish made special


... and soooo yummmy!!!
(All images in this section is a courtesy of Sir Xavier B. Mercado- owner and manger of Halo- halo De Iloko)

 Visit Halo- halo De Iloko now at its NEW LOCATION at 12 Zandueta St. San Fernando City La Union!


  1. wow, lots of good food and things to photograph there! come to think of it...I haven't even been to the place hahaha....will definitely visit it soon!

  2. Hi Jen,

    You have an awesome website and I look forward to checking it out in more detail. Thanks for the outstanding post on Halo-halo De Iloko -great photos, the food looks excellent, and the pics made me hungry. I've never been to San Fernando City La Union, I guess the closest I got was Baguio, but I would like to go there someday. Thanks for following my website on GFC!

    Best regards!


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