Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Teresita's of San Fernando: Celebrating 15 Years of Success


Teresita's of San Fernando celebrated its 15th anniversary by launching The Grand Halo Halo Day which they promised to be a yearly event that loyal customers can look forward to. I participated at their SM North EDSA Annex branch, one of the 8 branches that gave out FREE halo halo last April 22, 2017.


It was my first time to try the original Kapampangan comfort food made with love by Teresita's of San Fernando and I was not disappointed. My travel all the way from Antipolo was worth it. 


I arrived 10 am and indulged on their halo halo and palabok combo. If you have an idea of the how far I walked from MRT station to SM Annex, having this combo was very comforting. I wouldn't mind doing it all over again.


Lunch was my favorite kare-kare. I was so glad this dish is included in their menu and it was so delicious. Kapampangans are truly culinary experts! 

For complete list of menu, click HERE.

Earlybirds at The Grand Halo Halo Day
The FREE halo halo was given from 1pm to 3pm and people started lining up an hour early to be the first in line. Teresita's staff were very efficient in giving out the halo halo. The people need not wait very long to get their treats.


It was very organized. They let 10 people claim per batch so that paying diners will not be affected while the line outside maintained a tolerable length.


Everybody's happy!


About Teresita's

Teresitas of San Fernando is an original offshoot of Teresita R. Razon’s Halo-halo and Palabok in Pampanga officially-sanctioned and tradename branch of the Razon Halo-halo Rerfreshment Parlor outside of its one and only location in the town of Guagua.

Now managed by Teresita Razon’s sons – Paulo and Ryan (a Go Negosyo Enterpreneur Awardee), both are fourth generation Razons. All Razon’s stores operating nationwide are presently owned and operated by the nephews and nieces of the 3 sisters Severina, Elena and Virginia who in 1972 established and revived the family’s pre-World War II halo-halo recipe and whose modest restaurant in Guagua gained word-of-mouth national praise and fame for its simple and creamy taste over the years.

The rest is history as they say, and we are proud to bring to Manila the same delectable and genuinely original taste of our Kapampangan style of cooking which we hope you will enjoy and savor.

Teresitas of San Fernando Halo Halo and Palabok is a hotchpotch of deliciously famous Kapampangan delicacies that every Filipino plate and palate crave for.

Richly topped pancit palabok with the tastiest ingredients and sauce; mouth-watering caldereta, kare-kare, embotido, sisig, lumpia and to-die-for halo-halo made with smooth, creamy shaved ice and topped with syrupy leche flan, are just a taste of the best Teresita’s has to offer.

Teresita’s cuisine today has become an everyday fare, enjoyed with friends and family, in a homey, comfortable ambience, and at reasonable prices. With three outlets and still growing, Teresita’s of San Fernando Halo Halo and Palabok is now the-go-to-place in Metro Manila when you yearn for Filipino home cooked Kapampangan meals and delicacies. 



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