Review: Guapple Pie in El Ideal

I Love Tansyong's Best Bite features EL Ideal - Guapple Pie.

El Ideal has been serving good food since 1920's and is included in one of the thirty heritage houses declared by the national historical institute. Famished after walking around to see the heritage houses of Silay and the famous Balay Negrense, we decided to try this local eatery. The interior is basic nothing fancy but the food is delicious and reasonably priced. One must try their tasty batchoy- a type of noodle soup, bicho-bicho, a local delicacy made of sticky rice flour, smothered with melted brown sugar and sesame seed (oh so yummy!) and their piping hot piayaya- a flat pastry filled with muscovado jam and sprinkled with sesame seed. They also have racks of varied pastries and cookies for last minute souvenirs.

Their best seller is the famous guapple pie, but I wasn't able to try it.  Guapple Pie is truly new to my knowledge, I was curious about.

Taste: 8/10 – It is sweet and the aroma of the Guava is still there. (Medyo nakakaumay nga lang pag nasobrahan)

Appearance: 7/10  It looks appetizing because of the breading. However, when you eat it using fork, it crushes easily into pieces.

Location: The place is just 20 minutes away going to Bacolod-Silay International Airport, so if you want a quick snack before catching your flight, this is the place to eat.

Address: Brgy. III, Rizal St, Silay City, Negros Occidental
Phone:(034) 495 4430


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