Banapple cakes deserves a separate post! We love their pasta dishes, and also their cakes! A trip to Banapple rewards you with a gastronomic treat because all the food in the menu is good. After a satisfying meal, try one of the these cakes to top off your lunch or dinner.
Banoffee Pie (Php 90/slice, Php 540/whole), cheaper than Starbucks Banoffee Pie but taste doesn’t come short with Starbucks’. This one has chunkier banana slices, chocolate shavings and more icing. I still prefer the one from Starbucks because I want to dig into that chocolatey center and buttery crust.
Classic Pecan Pie (Php 90/slice, Php 630/whole), viewing from their display window, my mouth-watered after seeing the rows and rows of pecan nuts on top of this pie. I find this too sweet, though. It really looks yummy but I only ate two spoonfuls of this and moved on to another cake.
Myster-reese’s Wicked Pie (Php 90/slice, Php 680/whole), if you love Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups like me, then you’ll definitely like this one. The toppings consists of chunks of, of course, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. The middle part is where you’ll the peanut butter layer, followed by a chocolate layer at the bottom. Again, I’m not really fond of the icing, I find most icings sweet and fattening (hehe).
Super Caramel Fudge Cake (Php 85/slice, Php 780/whole), if the other cake is wicked, then this one’s super! Caramel and chocolate lovers will enjoy this. It has ample amount of caramel syrup on top, enough to send you to caramel bliss. Add to that is a moist and soft so-chocolatey cake.
Visiting Banapple for the first time? Try Banoffee Pie, Super Caramel Fudge Cake or Myster-Reese’s Wicked Pie and you won’t go wrong for your first order.