I've always wanted to try this dish, and today I finally did- it was so good!
It's bananas in coconut cream, only they are not normal bananas. For this local dish, they use plantains, or "cooking bananas" as the locals call them. They grow all over the place here in Saipan (even on the trees in our apartment complex) and look like large, normal bananas, but they can't be eaten before cooked.
The cafeteria at my college makes this, along with many other Chamorro (local) favorites for a dollar, and most of them are delicious. I really like lumpia stuffed with vegetables and pork, then dipped in sweet and sour sauce:
The weekly Thursday night Street Market here in Saipan (held in the tourist area of Garapan) is a great place to try these and many more local foods for really cheap. The street is lined with stands from about 15 of Saipan's local restaurants.
You can choose from Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Indian, Mexican, Thai, and many other kinds of foods. My very favorite part of street market is the stand that makes fresh fruit smoothies- I can never get the ones we make at home to taste like theirs!