Surrounded by Corregidor Island where the Americans and Japanese fought in 1942 until 1945; and comprised in part by the towns of Rosario and Kawit where the Tejeros Convention Site and Aguinaldo Shrine are immortalized, respectively, Cavite is proud to be called the “Historical Capital of the Philippines.”

In visiting this seat of heritage, however, The Manila Times learned that Caviteños would also like to be known as a culinary destination with its unique cooking styles and rich local dishes.

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