You can't imagine how big a grin I had plastered all over my face my when I saw a banana-q (bananacue?) stand just across my doctor's clinic in Davao. So I bought one. Though it might be necessary for story-telling purposes to share that I never got to eat it as I just came from my orthodontist with fresh and tight new wires hence biting on anything, especially caramelized sugar, would've been... ouch. But I held on to it, I even brought it with me to the airport half-believing I was actually going to snack on it pre-flight back to Manila. The banana went cold and rock hard, it was time to let it go.
|My Davao cheap eats haul: eclairs and cream puffs from Cecil's | banana-q | sapin-sapin from Jaltan|
P.S. According to Wikipedia, sapin-sapin means layers. It's basically layers of glutinous rice and coconut. Well, I don't know about Wikipedia but to me, sapin-sapin means a pillowy-soft, perfectly sweet isosceles triangle.