These are the products and culinary delights that make Taal worth every visit!

Adobo sa Dilaw

Just like the usual adobo but cooked with turmeric or luyang dilaw that gives this dish its yellow color


The art of Balisong making in the Philippines came around 1905 which was originally designed as a deadly weapon by a man named Perfecto De Leon. The word balisong means "broken horn", with bali means "to break" and sun means "horn".

Barong Tagalog & Burdang Taal

The Barong Tagalog evolved from the "Baro" which is the shirt worn by the male Filipino's prior to the Spanish era. Being the Barong Tagalog Capital of the Philippines. Taal is most famous for these classic, sheer and lightweight tops worn by gentlemen.


With the influence of the Spanish culture, this local pocket pie will definitely leave a mark on one's palate. Each pie contains a mixture of meat and vegetables and is either baked or fried.


There have been a number of towns all over the country claiming that they have the best sausages in town. Taal does the same! This unique delicacy has chopped pork wrapped in the natural longganisa.


Using Homegrown Peanuts, the Panutsa is the peanut brittle of Taal. It's sugar mixture has a thicker consistency and a darker color.

Sinaing na Tulingan

One of the most famous dishes in the province, having the abundance of tulingan (mackerel tuna) in the waters of Batangas.


Taal's suman is perhaps the most popular pasalubong. This delicious rice cake that is known for its being sweet and sticky is wrapped in banana leaves for easy.


Milled glutinous rice with pork strips, egg slices, and peanut paste.

Tapang Taal

Thinly-sliced pork meat marinated in soy sauce, garlic pepper and other secret spices give this dish a perfect combination of a sweet and salty taste. This all-day breakfast viand is a must-try for all the first timers in Taal.

Tsokolate (Tableya)

Cocoa tablet (used in the Filipino dish, champorado) or the rich chocolate drink.