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Christmas Holidays at Mario's

Spend a fabulous holiday at Mario's this Christmas Season and feast on sumptuous delights from Paella Valenciana ... a traditional Christmas favorite ...


... to Mario's Roast Turkey.


Of course, the festivities wouldn't be complete without cochinillo, roast beef, callos madrilena, pastel de lengua, prime rib, chicken relleno, chicken galantina, and much much more.

But wait, there's more ... cap off the meal with this mouthwatering Toffee Sans Rival made with buttercream and toffee filling, and cashew nuts meringue. Yum!


Other sweet delights are: Sugar Free Apple Pie, Dark Secret Chocolate Cake, New York Cheesecake, Carrot Cake and Banoffee Pie.

            For reservations and orders, visit Mario’s Restaurant at 191 Tomas Morato St., Quezon City, 415-3887, 372-0360,marios.mariosqc@gmail.com and 16 Upper Session Road, Baguio City, (074) 442-4241, marios_baguio@yahoo.com, like us on www.facebook.com/Marios.Group, and follow us on www.instagram.com-themarios.way.

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