FoodTrip: Banapple

Had dinner with hubby and our friends at Banapple’s Il Terrazo branch after the La Naval procession and mass last Sunday – all that walking (yeah, right) made us really hungry. 
Did I ever tell you that this place is one of my favourites? They serve really good comfort food at unbelievably affordable prices. My mama likes this place so much and she would always ask us to eat or at least buy something whenever we pass Katipunan (I think this is their original branch).

Anyway, the place was full considering that it was: a) Sunday, b) raining very hard, c) it was past 9pm in the evening – we had to get a number first and we were number six, if I remember correctly. But the food, as always, was well worth the wait.
Pan-Fried Porkloin with Herb Mushroom Gravy, I think.

Hickory Smoked Barbecued Country Ribs
Herbed Chicken Rolls with Basil Cream Sauce – love this so much! The chicken was stuffed with ham and cheese!
But of course, the star (make that stars) of the night was dessert! Goodbye to my non-existent diet. I would have to starve next week in order to fit into my swimsuits for my Bora trip later this month.

Pecan Pie
And of course, when you love the food so much, you just have to take home some – cookies for the little man waiting for us at home.
crinkles and chocolate chip cookies

And the best part? The food is so cheap you can eat to your heart’s content. Entrees range Php170-200 and cakes at around Php100 per slice. 
Just writing this entry has given me a craving. Arrgh.

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