We have been to a place in Batangas called Casa Rap. It is located in km90 in Brgy Banaylanay, San Jose, Batangas. It is just beside the road and is open from 7 in the morning until 5 in the afternoon. We decided to go there because we wanted to try their Halo Halo. And it seems fit due to the extreme heat we are experiencing.
The store relies on natural resources like the sun to provide lighting to their place, as you can clearly see on the picture above. From the highway, you have to walk a nature-inspired pathway going to the restaurant.
And after that, you will see a signboard saying that you have to wait for your order to be served because they always want to serve the food fresh. Let's talk about the Halo-halo. The Halo-halo you'll be having today will never be the same as the one you'll be having next week or next month. It is because they utilize what fruits they have to place in their halo-halo. So you'll never know what you'll be getting.
For our halo-halo, of course we had leche flan. A halo-halo is never complete without a leche flan. It was so good, not that sweet and not so thick. It is just the right blend of egg white and milk. it also has an ube / halaya which is really thick and smooth, you can definitely taste the fresh ube in your mouth. They have nata de coco, sago / pearls, beans and shredded melon. The milk on the halo-halo was sweet at first, but as you stir the ice with it, it suddenly turns into a right blend. I was quite contented with the serving of it for only 80pesos, it was really worth trying.