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Teresita's Halo-halo, Pancit Palabok of San Fernando Pampanga
Due to the searing summer heat unusually interrupted with summer rain, common in Paete yet unusual in Metro Manila, Tutubi will "escape the heat" by sneaking in at the recently-opened Teresita's Halo-halo and Pancit Palabok of San Fernando Pampanga at Waltermart North EDSA just beside Munoz Market.
Teresita's halo-halo, priced at PhP85.00/order (ordinary) has similar ingredients and recipe with Razon's halo-halo except for the langka (jackfruit)
Teresita's halo-halo bears an uncanny resemblance to the more famous Razon's halo-halo only to find out later by Tutubi that the owner of Teresita's Halo-halo belongs to the Razon's clan of Pampanga.
This would be a nice start-up business if Teresita's halo-halo is open for franchising. Franchise businesses are great for new entrepreneurs. Any contact numbers and franchising costs of Teresita's if open?