Sansrival Cake is a Filipino dessert made of multiple layers of meringue filled with butter cream and chopped cashew nuts. It’s a favourite in every Filipino home and loved by any one who gets to taste it.
I’ve tasted a few Sansrival Cakes here in Australia but so far, the most proper Sansrival Cake we’ve tried is from Gold Ribbon in Blacktown.
A slice is priced at AUD$4.50 so I bought two slices for me and the Husband. The thin meringue layers were chewy (not as crunchy as I hoped to be) but the sweetness of the butter cream is just right. We enjoyed the abundance of chopped cashew nuts in every bite.
I’m glad I found a place where I can buy a good Sansrival Cake in case we have the craving for it.
Gold Ribbon Filipino-Asian Restaurant
21 First Avenue, Blacktown NSW