While a good number of their customers are local residents, Edmon said that there are instances when they would meet someone from Lapu-Lapu City, Consolacion, and even Carcar City. The customers come from all walks of life: students, businessmen, and ordinary office workers. When we visited the place, the customers on the table next to us were students from a local university while a family of four occupied another table. There were also some rather affluent-looking customers waiting for their orders.
It’s a little past seven and MONBIS’ Halo-Halo has already served 70 customers.
Edmon said they do not offer any variations of their halo-halo since it will not be easy to monitor who ordered a regular halo-halo or a special halo-halo. Hence, they are only selling one type of halo-halo, which is actually rather special based on the ingredients and how it tasted. The price of the halo-halo is PhP70, which is quite affordable especially with the ingredients they use.