Before it was called as “poor man’s food” because of its cheap price, but this connotation has changed over the years since people from different economic status learned to love and enjoy this food. Bataan’s Tuyo really stands out on everything, making every forkful a taste to remember.

crab and prawns

Orani has been known to offer almost all kinds of seafood in their fishing port. Fishermen unload tons of their bounty catch here from sun up to sun down. Definitely a must try.


Succulent, meaty, sweet, nutritious and deliciously tempting. These are just some of the words to describe the Mangos from Orion and Limay ensuring you a bountiful and delightful treat.

sauted shrimp

Famously known as Ginisang Bagoong sa Alamang, is a popular Filipino dip for raw mango. It is made from fermented krill or “alamang” sautéed in garlic, ginger, onion and tomatoes. Locals in Bataan produce this. It is a good appetizer, try it!

buko pie

No doubt, The buko pie in the town of Morong is a great pasalubong for your family and friends. It is truly a delicious experience. Try this and don’t miss a part of being a Filipino!‬