• Be at the place before it opens at 7:00 PM if you want to be among the first in line. People start coming in even before MONBIS’ Halo-Halo is open for business.
• Since the tables are close to the road, always mind your belongings. While the place is relatively safe, it always pays to be alert.
• If you are not at ease with sitting on a table close to the road, you can opt to order take out. Just make sure to tell Bambi that it’s for takeout.
• MONBIS’ Halo-Halo only offers street parking, so it’s best to get to the place early or you may find yourself taking a bit of a hike from your parking space to the store.
is relatively a newcomer in the food industry of the Queen City of the South. Despite this, it has already made its mark in a market that is known to scrutinize every new store that opens in the city. It is a welcome addition to the food landscape in the Tisa-Labangon area. The halo-halo of Monbis is definitely heaven-sent for anyone with a sweet tooth and something you can look forward to after a stressful day at the office.
All photos are from the writer.