Silpancho is pretty much just a deconstructed tranchapecho. It’s quick dish that’s kind of in-between street food and a real restaurant dish. It has the same protein as tranchapecho with a fried egg on top, and is served with rice, potatoes, and a salad. The one corner place by me has a real simple menu, highlighting the affinity between silpancha and tranchapecho:
At about 7 bolivianos to the dollar, either one is a good deal for lunch.