Friday, February 25, 2011

Say Banapple!

Banapple was one of my target restaurants but it was too far from home.Good thing we went at St. Claire which was few meters away from the restaurant so I got the chance to pay a visit.I wanted to go here not for myself but for Mimi cos she likes to try everything sweet..There were no vacant seats inside that time so we managed to wait a bit. There's also al fresco seats on the second floor but its more for smokers and hey! we're in the city so "al fresco" here isn't appropriate.

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The place was cute and LOVEly, still holding on till the month of love ends. The simple chandelier was decorated with hearts and valentine cards (I wonder how many times have I looked at it).


Though their highlight was on pies and cheesecakes, Banapple also ensures that you would go back not just for the pies or cheeseakes butalso for their signature dishes. The photos on their one - page menu are not as satisfying as when it got served. For a minimum of P165, you already have banapple's best at big servings.

Herbed Chicken rolls with basil cream sauce (P175) - One of their bestsellers.Winner talaga yung basil sauce!I finished this quickly!I wasn't aware na continuous na yung pagsubo ko.P.G. =p


Baked Creamy cheese Penne (P175) - this was just ok,I was about to order the lasagna rolls and don't know why I had this instead.


Banoffee Pie (P85) - this looks yummy but we just had this for take - out. Full already.


My cherry pink crush (P100) - a valentine's special pie. The simple sweet taste was awesome!


Our bill was only 500++ considering the great food, ambiance and service. This is way way better than that of red ribbon and the likes that are too much commercialized.
For a visit from someone far from this place, I think your visit will be worthwhile. There were lots of people dropping by just for their cakes so maybe, that's one good point to keep.


Banapple: Pies and cheesecakes
206 Katipunan Ave. Blue Ridge A, Quezon City
Tel no: 438-26-75

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