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Monday, June 23, 2014

Banapple: Comfort Food at Affordable Prices

Banapple is one of those places that I haven't visited for years. I remember being brought here by my boss a few years ago, that we would drive all the way to Katipunan for lunch. Here we are again driving to Banapple for lunch with my workmates, but this time in Greenhills. 

Like the other Banapple branches, the Greenhills is branch is also kept small and homey. Some of their cheesecakes are displayed in the counter. We were seated at the al fresco area since the indoor dining area was already full. 

For starters, we shared the Super Caesar Salad (Php 140)

Super Caesar Salad

The serving was very generous and more than enough for its price. :)

For entrees, we ordered these dishes: my favorite Baked Fish Gratinee with Scalloped Potatoes (Php 200), Breaded Fillet of Cream Dory with Honey Thyme Mustard Sauce (Php 200) and Crisp Pork Scallopini with Sour Cream Barbecue Sauce (Php 195).

Baked Fish Gratinee with Scalloped Potatoes 
Breaded Fillet of Cream Dory with Honey Thyme Mustard Sauce
Crisp Pork Scallopini with Sour Cream Barbecue Sauce

All dishes have very generous servings that can be shared by 2 persons. I loved everything about my Baked Fish Gratinee except for the rice, which was a bit dry. My workmates loved the two other dishes as well. 

We wouldn't leave Banapple without having desserts! For cheesecakes, we got Dark Chocolate Tiramisu Cheesecake (Php 120) and Cherry Chocolate Truffle Cheesecake (Php 120). We also ordered their Apple Caramel Crumble Pie (Php 110).

Dark Chocolate Tiramisu Cheesecake
Apple Caramel Crumble Pie

Cherry Chocolate Truffle Cheesecake

Though I'm a fan of New York Cheesecakes, I appreciate a Banapple cheesecake anytime. For incredibly reasonable prices, we enjoyed these rich desserts without leaving a hole in our pockets. 

Would I be back soon? Of course! :)


Banapple Kitchen
Northeast Square
47 Connecticut Street,
Northeast Greenhills,
San Juan City
Contact Number: 4772675
Twitter: @banapplekitchen 

Other locations are Katipunan, Ayala Triangle Gardens, Tomas Morato, Fairview Terraces, SM North EDSA, Market Market and McKinley Hill


  1. I've only been in Banapple once and never returned again. Not that I had a bad experience, the food was okay, but it just wasn't able to impress me that much to merit a come back.

    1. To each her own, I guess. I honestly haven't tried most of the dishes because I usually get the Baked Fish. :)

  2. This is where I brought my mom when she had his birthday last year. My parents got a happy tummy after. :)

  3. I only got to try Banapple earlier this year lang! :D The branch at Il Terrazzo and SM North are always packed whenever I pass by. If we didn't go in as early as 10:30AM (in SM North branch) we wouldn't have gotten a seat! Haha! Anyway, love how big their servings are. Super sulit!

  4. I love Banapple. Reasonably priced and yummy! Yun nga lang I always order the same things (garlic rice + something and Banoffee pie) lol. I'm intrigued by the Super Caesar Salad, I will order that next time I go to Banapple. Pati na din yun Apple Caramel Crumble.

    1. Me too, I always order the Baked Fish! hehehe. :)

  5. Your post made me hungry! Too bad will never satisfy my cravings, wala nyan dito sa amin haha!

  6. I haven't tried their other food that much, but I super duper love their super caesar salad!:) Hoping to go back there again to try the desserts! Looks yummy!


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