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Kuya J’s Halo-halo Espesyal sale at P55 only




There’s no doubt that a special trapdoor in our stomach was made exclusively for dessert; no matter how busog you are, there’s always room for everyone’s favorite course! Luckily, this August, Kuya J is offering an entire 50% limited discount on your favorite Kuya J halo-halo treat!

No need to spend a lot to satisfy your sweet tooth – Kuya J, one of the leading Filipino casual dining restaurants in the country, has got you covered. For only P55, you can avail of the Kuya J Halo-Halo Espesyal, Ube Halo-Halo, Saba Halo-Halo, or Duo Halo-Halo in all Kuya J branches nationwide!

The Halo-halo Espesyal is made of milky-smooth ice topped with homemade leche flan, sprinkled with crunchy cornflakes, and drizzled with sweet ube cream. Meanwhile, the Ube Halo-halo Espesyal has a rich ube ice and is filled with macapuno, nata de coco, caramelized saba, ube jam, and langka. Kuya J’s Saba Halo-halo Espesyal is loaded with sweet saba slices, yummy sago, and langka and drizzled with gulaman syrup.  Finally, the new favorite, Duo Halo-halo is a delicious combination of Kuya J’s version of the classic Halo-halo Espesyal and the rich Ube Halo-halo Espesyal.

Don’t miss out on this espesyal surprise, so make sure you visit a Kuya J branch near you to enjoy the 50% off discount on Kuya J’s delectable Halo-halo espesyal until August 31, 2019!

For more information on Kuya J’s offerings, visit http://www.kuyaj.ph.


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Comments

Lovell Compoc said…
naku di pa try eto, sana may malapit at gang 31 nalang pala.
Kuya J's Halo Halo is my dessert especially now nagbaba cla ng price kaya sulit sa lasa at sa price, sobrang sarap talaga😋
na try namin to! super sulit talaga dahil ng promo sila ������ pati pamilya ko nakakain

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