The Best Pies You Can Order on GrabFood and Foodpanda

These drool-worthy versions are the apple of our... pie.

best pies on grabfood and foodpanda
PHOTO BY Wildflour, Mary Grace Cafe ILLUSTRATION Warren Espejo

(SPOT.ph) Though not quite as popular as cake in these parts, pie definitely ranks high on our list of swoon-worthy desserts that are as lush as they are varied. Consisting of a crust and some sort of filling, pies can be fruity or decadent, warm or cold, sweet or savory—all of which have their own distinct appeal worth shining the spotlight on! If you need your fix stat, you’ll be happy to know that you can get a number of great versions via delivery apps like GrabFood and Foodpanda—which let you place your orders with a few taps on your phone and get them delivered right to your doorstep.

Also read: In Pie We Crust: These Are the Shops to Check Out for Great Pie in Manila

Check out these swoon-worthy pies available on GrabFood and Foodpanda:

Coconut Pie from Wildflour

Coconut Pie from Wildflour
PHOTO BY Wildflour
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If the Americans have their apple pie, the Philippines have buko pie, which shines the spotlight on tender, succulent young coconut meat. Wildflour gives it their own dreamy spin with their Coconut Pie (P336/slice), which uses a Western-style flaky crust and comes topped with a buttery streusel to bring out the subtle nuttiness of the buko without taking over. It’s also served with a lightly-sweet creme anglaise, which you can pour all over the pie for added oomph. Really, it's no wonder it's one of their bestsellers.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Calamansi Pie from The Pastry Company

Calamansi Pie from The Pastry Company
PHOTO BY Patricia Baes

Feeling glum? There’s nothing like a bright and zesty citrus dessert to bring you back to life, and The Pastry Company’s Calamansi Pie (P900) is one to try. It pairs a tangy calamansi curd filling with lush whipped cream, whose richness evens out the calamansi’s vibrancy just a tad while still letting it shine. Structure and a crumbly sorta crunch come via the graham crust on the bottom, and the resulting treat is as indulgent as it is totally invigorating.

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Available on GrabFood.

French Apple Pie from Sugarhouse

French Apple Pie from Sugarhouse
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Apple pie is an American classic, but Sugarhouse gives it a French twist in the aptly named French Apple Pie (P1,875/eight inches). It switches out the usual flaky pie crust with a more crumbly, cookie-like version—similar to the pâte sucrée often used in tarts—that’s filled with a cinnamon-spiked apple filling! They also go the savory-sweet route by topping it with grated cheese; as unconventional as it sounds, the cheese-plus-apple pie happens to be a thing where the salty, creamy taste of the former adds a whole new dimension to the sweet, warm profile of the latter.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Banoffee Pie from Mom & Tina’s

Banoffee Pie from Mom & Tina’s
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Bananas and toffee are a match made in heaven that’s best experienced in the form of a good ol’ banoffee pie! Mom & Tina’s version (P251.25) is a mini pie that brings together the essential banana and toffee—plus cream for a richer bite, a biscuit bottom, and chocolate and caramel syrups for added depth.

Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Fudgymudgy Mud Pie from Banapple

Fudgymudgy Mud Pie from Banapple
PHOTO BY Banapple

Chocolate, of course, always has our dessert-loving heart. And if you’re looking to sate the hankering in a different manner from the usual chocolate cake or cookies, we say give Banapple’s Fudgymudgy Mud Pie (P215.25/slice, P1,564/whole) a try! Aside from its fun name (seriously, try saying it out loud), this pie’s got chocolate in multiple forms—a chocolate-brownie fudge filling, chocolate cookie crust, and chocolate morsels on top! Yup, it’s definitely the thing to treat your inner child to.

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Available on GrabFood and Foodpanda.

Limone Santi from Mary Grace

Limone Santi from Mary Grace
PHOTO BY Mary Grace Cafe

Mary Grace gives classic key lime pie a different kind of zestiness in their Limone Santi (P183/slice, P1,076/whole). It goes for lemon as the main citrus, with a frozen lemon filling that breathes tanginess into every forkful. This is then topped with chantilly cream, candied lemons, and lemon zest—making for vibrant yet creamy bites that are great after a heavy meal.

Available on GrabFood.

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