after a busy day we have our lunch at via mare . this is our first time in this branch i like the interior the place is not that big service is good like in other branches staff is polite they served the food on...More
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Had dinner at this place on a rainy Thursday evening. Last visit was years back in their greenbelt makati branch. Happy to once again try my all time favorite dishes still having that home cooked touch it is known for. Service was fast. Will definitely...More
This restaurent served mainly Filipino foods, it is the first time I tried them and to my surprise they were very tasty. Located next to Luxent hotel near to the landmark at Timog Avenue. If you are some where in this area and want to...More
I went there because my hotel were nearby. I ordered fried fish, friend rice and cucumber juice. Thought its too much but I finished them all. Ha ha. I like all my food. Furthermore the prices were reasonable. This restaurant is good for business and...More
This restaurant is another old favorite. We like the Filipino food they serve like the pancit luglog, arroz caldo, tokwa't baboy, pandesal with Laguna cheese, pork tocino rice plate, adobo flakes plate, tapa plate, rellenong bangus and the bibingka and puto bumbong.
for the best filipino food, via mare is one restaurant to consider, price is good and affordable. liked the purple rice cake with coconut and brown sugar they have for dessert...
Via Mare has always been a favorite restaurant serving Filipino cuisine. The new and bigger branch along Timog Avenue in Quezon City however disappointed us. Some of the usual fare ( squid, beef kaldereta, bangus, puto bumbong, oysters) were fine but the other Pinoy favorites...More
We went here this morning to have breakfast..so many mistakes.. 1. I ordered sunny side up for 6 breakfast.. I received 3 sunny side up and 3 scrambled... 2. It takes 30 mins to served..to think that we are the only costumers there.. 3. They...More
I always go to Via Mare when I want to eat Dinuguan with puto or Goto. Sometimes, when our family craves for local food like guinataan, bribingka or palitaw and Pancit Luglog, we always go to Via Mare. Other people enjoy the oysters too but...More