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Celebrating 40 Years of Well-loved Filipino Cuisines at Via Mare

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Via Mare, one of the country's most regarded restaurants serving Filipino cuisines is celebrating its 40th anniversary this September. Since it opened its very first Via Mare Seafood Specialty Restaurant on September 5, 1975, it has grown and continue to be a front-runner in the restaurant and catering business.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Few weeks ago, I was invited to take part in celebrating Via Mare's 40 glorious years. And there is no better way to celebrate this milestone than to indulge on great-tasting Filipino cuisines that the restaurant has been known for through the years.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Here are the dishes we got to try which were created by Chef Glenda Baretto who has been at the helm of the restaurant since its inception.


Tiyan ng Bangus Sinigang sa Miso - milk fish bellies in sour broth with soybean paste and mustard leaves

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Ensaladang Suha at Labanos - a refreshing ensemble of Pomelo and Radish served on a bed of greens.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Rellenong Talong - delicious broiled eggplants stuffed with sauteed ground pork and pan-fried with beaten eggs and served with green mango salad on the side. It is sort of a mixture of pork giniling and tortang talong.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Kare-kare - Ox tripe and ox tail in peanut annatto sauce served with bagoong alamang on the side.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Crispy Pata - Pig trotters and knuckles deep-fried to perfection. It's very tender and crunchy!

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Pinalutong na Tilapia - deep-fried to a golden crisp. It is served with sol-calamansi dip and sisig sauce.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Pinais na Alimasag - stuffed crabmeat and young coconut steamed in coco cream banana leaves.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Calcag Rice - fried rice cooked with sun-dried shrimps, bagoong and scrambled eggs.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Puto Maya - glutinous rice steamed with coconut cream and served with ripe mango.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Bibingka - the famous rice cake filled with slated eggs and topped with grated coconut. One of the best bibingka I've tasted!

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Sago - a thirst quencher made of perfectly-cooked tapioca in caramel ice.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

"The past 40 years is not only the story of a restaurant, it is a story of the Filipino people," Barretto said. "Via Mare is our pride as we helped a lot of Filipinos enjoy and be proud of the cuisine tha we have here, of recipes that we have enjoyed throught our childhood, and of what Filipino fine cuisine truly tastes like."

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Thank you Via Mare for inviting us to be part of your 40th anniversary celebration! I truly enjoyed these moutwatering Filipino dishes!


Thank you Via Mare for the delightful #dinner! ❤️ #ViaMareAt40 #DinnerAtViaMare 😄

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Via Mare Branches

Via Mare are located at Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), The Landmark @ Trinoma, Eastwood Mall, Rockwell Center, EDSA Shangri-La Mall, Greenbelt 3, Greenbelt 1, The Landmark Makati, Greenhills Promenade, UP Diliman Campus - GT Toyota Center, Tomas Morato, Panay Avenue and St. Luke's Global City.

Via Mare Restaurant 40th Anniversary

Delight on mouthwatering and classic family favorite Filipino cuisines at Via Mare! For more information, visit www.viamare.com.ph or like their official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ViamarePH.





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