When I stepped inside Frozen Snackbar, I wanted to burst a few lines from "Let It Go," that catchy song from Frozen, the Disney movie where this new dessert place took its inspiration from.
They get that a lot, Angel would then tell me. Some customers would even look for Olaf.
She, along with Joan, Leah and Malou are the happy moms behind this new snackbar along Juana Osmeña in midtown Cebu. Originally from Davao in Southern Philippines, they relocated to Cebu a few years ago when their husbands were permanently based in the city.
The snackbar came about when they wanted a place where their families can gather and share good home-cooked meals. They do not have culinary backgrounds but they have been dabbling in the food business in one form or the other.
"Am I too early?" I managed to blurt out, in an effort perhaps to break the ice between us.At that time, we were the only ones in the mezzanine section. I could see below the snackbar's sleek interiors, the color palette of which is largely based on hues of blues and whites. On its glass panels are snow flakes cut-outs that invoked familiar themes from that Disney movie.
|A sampling of Frozen Snackbar's snack options. Top left then CW: Hamburger, Meaty Spaghetti and Crispy Fried Chicken.|
|L-R: Chocolate Decadence Ice Cream Cake and Durian Halo-Halo.|
|The Frozen Halo-Halo Supreme Whopper.|