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Pinoy Breakfast Favorites at Mario's

Mario's Restaurant has been around for decades and it is always synonymous with steaks and the famous Mario's Ceasar Salad. And now, the restaurant is offering Pinoy breakfast favorites such as Beef Tapa (my all-time fave), Boneless or Tinapang Bangus, Crispy Danggit, Paksiw na Bangus, all of which are served with garlic fried rice (yum!) and two eggs cooked according to your preference.



            Those who love Longganisa can choose from Vigan, Lucban, Alaminos or Tuguegarao. Also on the menu are Twice Cooked Quezon Chicken Adobo, Batangas Beef Tapa, Tapang Usa, Baboy Damo, Bistek Filipino and Arroz A La Cubana.  

            Got big appetite? Then order the Millenium Platter with Garlic Fried Rice, two eggs and any two combination of Danggit, Daing na Bangus, Chicken Pork Adobo or Vigan Longganisa.


           International Breakfast favorites include Corned Beef Hash, Designer Omelette with choices of fillings, Steak and Eggs, Scrambled Eggs with Dill Smoked Salmon, Seafood Roulade or Omelette stuffed with Shrimp, Crab, Mushroom and Tomato served with Hash Brown and Toast.

            Pancake lovers can try three pieces Plain Pancakes with Butter and Maple Syrup or get the Grand Slam with Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs and Bacon. Pandesal with either Spanish Sardines or Queso Blanco served with Spanish Chocolate are also on the menu along with Oatmeal served Plain or with Strawberry or Banana.


            Mario’s is open 7am to 11pm from Mondays to Sundays. Call 372-0360 or 415-3887 for reservations.

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