Robinson's Place Iloilo
Quezon cor. De Leon Streets, Iloilo City
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Last part of the series...
Piaya Regular (10pcs - p40). Compared to the one made by Original Biscocho Haus, this one was much better to eat because it was thicker and much easier to bite. The filling was slightly sweeter, too.
Ube Piaya (10pcs - p45). The one food item my sister wanted me to take home, and eating it I realized why she bugged me so much about it. I found it really delicious because I could taste the ube filling, and yes, it was a bit softer, too. Only problem is that it flakes rather easily, so it was such a messy food to eat.
Bandi (p30). It tasted like regular peanut brittle one can buy in Baguio or in South Luzon provinces, but the addition of sesame seeds was the one thing that made it different, in my opinion. The caramel wasn't really that sweet, and because it was packed with whole peanuts, it kinda neutralizes the sweetness.
Next week, I will start sharing a new food series for Food Friday. See you then!
*** Jenn ***