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Upon hearing the word “Taal,” the lake or the volcano giving Tagaytay its best views would first pop up in your head, right? Unknown to some, the town Taal and Taal Lake are two different locations in CALABARZON.

In case you don’t know, Taal is a town in Batangas which is known for its heritage sites. With the largest catholic church in Southeast Asia and a couple of old houses still standing up to this date, tourists flock from all over the country to visit Taal as it resembles Vigan in some points. Millennials and street photographers love this town because of its picturesque views and vintage items.

Aside from those, Taal also offers a variety of delicacies in which some could only be found in the town. When you’re into food photography, you’ll probably enjoy capturing the real essence of the delicacies, as it not only looks good, but also tastes well. The photos below are some of Taal’s best delicacies:

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Cafe at the Ranch’s Carbonisa
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La Casa Victrola Cafe’s Tapsilog
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La Casa Victrola Cafe’s Suman and Taal Tablea

The photos below are food which can be found in cafes in Taal, Cafe at the Ranch and La Casa Victrola.

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La Casa Victrola Cafe’s Yema Cake

 

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Cafe at the Ranch’s Fatboy’s Pizza
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Cafe at the Ranch
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Cafe at the Ranch’s Jet’aime

Photography by Jace Villajuan of Villajuan Studio.

For more information on the featured food, visit Cafe at the Ranch and La Casa Victrola Cafe.


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