Oyster Bar

Via Mare Oyster Bar

Filipino, Seafood

Eggplant, Mozzarella and Basil Rolls; Angels Hair Pasta with Smoked Salmon and Oysters

Via Mare's Oyster Bar has been pleasing the palates of discriminating diners since they opened their first Oyster Bar outlet in 1982. Over the years, it has become one of Manila's most celebrated seafood restaurant renowned for its unparalleled service, innovative dishes and spectacular raw bar. Being so, it is no surprise that it draws a clientèle of high-society, celebrities, tourists and food lovers alike.





More than Oysters

Aside from having a wide array of oyster specialties - oysters harvested from the South and flown in fresh everyday - Via Mare's Oyster Bar goes beyond oysters and even seafood to please the palate of every food lover.

From soups and salads, pastas and sandwiches, they have menu items that are also for the carnivorous customers. Surely, an entire night of food and drinks can be enjoyed at the Oyster Bar even without sampling their oysters - yes, it is possible!





Starting off with a salad, one can share the Eggplant, Mozzarella and Basil Rolls (P145) with two other friends as zesty appetizer while waiting for their meal. The warm salad arrives at your table in three rolls, the mozzarella perfectly soft to the bite while a slice of tomato adds the sweet crunch to the overall texture and flavor.



Angels Hair Pasta with Smoked Salmon (P210) is a light and guilt-free meal by itself, with fresh tomatoes, arugula, and slivers of smoked salmon topping off a plate of pasta.

Dark and Distinct

And after the pasta-and-salad course, unwind your night away with rounds of Cerveza Negra (P85), a rich and refreshing thirst-quencher best known for its distinct and bold caramel tones. Amidst the low-key lighting and candlelit classy ambience of the Oyster Bar, the Cerveza Negra is very fitting for a sophisticated night out of town.

Enjoy a cold bottle of Cerveza Negra (P85) with Oyster Bar's beer match in their Schublig (P280), which comes in a large platter and already sliced.




Along with the savory sausage slices, they serve crispy french fries with saucers of tomato ketchup and mustard for dipping.



Over the years, the Filipino's food experience in Via Mare has been synonymous to the phrase Of splendid cuisine and fond memories. With generations of dining and sharing meals with families and friends, and forming friendships strengthening bonds, and it is no wonder why people always come back to add more Via Mare moments in their hearts (and also, through their stomach).

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