Updated: Dec 14, 2020
I have cravings for Filipino food always ever since I visited Philippines 2 years ago.
I love all things Filipino, the people, culture and their food.
My search for good authentic Filipino food brings me to Lucky Plaza's Kabayan Restaurant. Famous among Filipinos in Singapore, I love their Halo Halo, a kind of shaved iced sweet dessert filled with different jellies and nuts at the bottom. This Halo Halo comes with ice cream on top.
Other things I ordered were Turon (crispy banana fritter) and also the amazing Ube (yam) hopia. Hopia. Hopia is a popular Indonesian and Philippine bean-filled moon cake-like pastry originally introduced by Fujianese immigrants in the urban centers of both nations around the turn of the twentieth century.
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Halo Halo ($4)
Ube Hopia ($1): must try
Kabayan Restaurant 3rd floor Lucky Plaza
Hungry Lah! Rating: 4/5 stars