Eating my snacks at Mini Stop

Eating snacks at Mini Stop is one of my favorite thing to do, provided I have enough money because most of their prices are slightly higher than most shops.

I was one of the many Cebuanos excited for Mini Stop to open a shop here in Cebu, and they finally opened not just one, but two shops last October 2012 in Robinson’s Fuente and at Escario Street. These were the first branches outside Luzon.

Ministop is originally a Japanese brand, but locally the company is run by Robinsons Retail Group.

 

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This Ministop branch is located near University of San Carlos-Main Campus in Junquera Street.

 

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This branch is probably the smallest I’ve entered in.

 

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I bought this Chicken ala King for P26.00.

 

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And a bottled water. I just stood up as the tables and chairs are all filled up.

 

There are currently 13 Ministop shops, and Robinson’s group are planning to put up 60 branches all over the city and nearby provinces.

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