MANILA -- Popular Filipino restaurant chain Via Mare has reopened select branches for pickup and takeout.
On Facebook, Via Mare shared the dishes that customers can order amid the enhanced community quarantine such as dinuguan, bibingka, kare-kare, tortang alimasag, and rellenong bangus.
"We're hoping to hear what you are craving the most. Give us a call and let's satisfy those cravings for freshly prepared Filipino classics," it said.
Via Mare assured that it has created "outdoor order nooks" to comply with physical distancing practices.
It added that both cash and credit card payments are allowed, with the restaurant encouraging customers to call the numbers provided and coordinate for pickup via Viber or Facebook messenger.
"We're glad to be back doing our best, and hopefully helping add some familiar comfort to you and your families!" Via Mare said.
More food and beverage establishments are slowly reopening weeks after quarantines were imposed across the country due to the novel coronavirus.
Dine-in services remain prohibited to prevent the spread of COVID-19, which is transmitted through respiratory droplets.