I stopped back in for lunch at Monon Food Company with a friend the other day because it was super convenient. After my first visit, I planned a return trip, but this was actually my first time back. The first thing I noticed when I walked in was that they now do table service, which is something I mentioned in my first review—that I thought that table service would be nicer if you are sitting down to dinner. However, our service was so slow, by the time I left, I was rethinking that position.
My friend and I shared the Hawaiian fish tacos (because last time someone had recommended them) and the jerk chicken tacos (we had one of each). (The jerk are $6.95 for 2 and the Hawaiian are $7.49 for 2). Seriously, these things have only gotten larger since my first visit, and they were quite large then. Now, you physically cannot eat them like a taco. They are so overstuffed you pretty much have to eat them with a knife and fork.
I preferred the Hawaiian taco of the two—it was full of shredded tilapia at the bottom, and there was a fair amount of fish. It was topped with lots of shredded cabbage, Monon barbecue sauce, and mango salsa. I appreciated there was a little heat in the salsa, but the mango balanced it out. It also just seemed juicier of the two, because there was a lot of tender fish as well as the sauce.