Earlier I was stressed out with all the footwork to process some paperworks. That’s why when I got it finished I went straight to Nokinocs Savory House in the town proper of Puerto Princesa, Palawan to reward myself.
I’ve been told by a lof of friends that their Halo-halo with Ice Cream was one of the best. I came in the restaurant, went straight to the counter and ordered Halo-halo with Ice Cream which cost me 85 Pesos.
They gave me a number and I waited patiently for about 3 minutes for my order. Then the waiter came with a tall plastic glass on a white small platter and a teaspoon with a long handle, covered with a tissue on its head.
The halo-halo had a vanilla ice cream on top sprinkled with Pop Rice and a strip of Leche Flan was carefully placed on top of the ice cream. The ice was mixed with a white dreamy liquid, indicating milk. At the bottom was a mix of Saging na Saba, Small Red Beans, Yellow Corn Flakes, Bits of Langka and small cubes of Kamote.
Upon puncturing of the long teaspoon to my halo-halo, it quickly went in the ice! This is the softest crushed ice I’ve tried! There I shall call this the “No-Brainer Halo-halo” as its very easy to mix. My very first halo-halo without spilling any ingredient.
The taste was good too. The mixture of the ingredients was perfect as it gives a dynamic experience of taste and texture.
Definitely one of the best halo-halo I’ve tried.
Nokinocs Savory House Details
Operating Hours: 10:30 AM to 8 PM
Location: Junction 1, Rizal Ave. cor. National Highway, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
How to get there
First ask around as you might be very near Nokinocs when in the town proper of Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
If not, ride a tricycle and tell the driver take you to Nokinocs. Fare is 8-12 Pesos per person, depending where you’re coming from inside the town proper of Puerto Princesa, Palawan.