It’s lunch time and i’m contemplating whether to brave the heat or not just to get a box of Mango-ong. Yes, you heard me right… I said Mango-ong. Nope, it’s not one of those shortened terms like OMG! or LOL!, but it’s actually a brand of a new product at Robinson’s Galleria.
Mango-ong serves sliced green mango and sliced singkamas. The green mango is priced at Php 20 for half a mango and Php 10 for half a slice of singkamas. You also have the option to choose the bagoong that you want. They have choices of bagoong which differs in saltiness, sweetness and spiciness. They have an indicator printed on one of the signs in the stall so that you will have a guide on what to choose.
We tried the Regular and the Regular spicy.
This is actually a nice concept for a stall. It’s very simple, the overhead expenses I assume is very low and the profit and margins are high. I don’t know if they franchise though, but it’s a simple enough concept that can be replicated. Whoever thought about this concept… kuddos to you! I have a reason now to go to Robinson’s Galleria! Yipee!
Food court level, near Shakey’s and Handyman
***EDIT: A lot of people are interested in franchising this stall, and rightly so. However, please know that any business deal you engage in through this website are not recommended, nor endorsed, nor vetted by ManilaReviews.com. You enter these deals at your own risk.
I believe that as of today, 26-Mar-2012, Mango-Ong is not open for franchise.