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Sunday Lunch Buffet at Mario's

Sundays are best spent with the family and what better way to bond that dine out together. Every Sunday, Mario's offers a sumptuous spread of lunch buffet.

Have your fill of cochinillo (yum!), roasted turkey, roast beef, roast leg of lamb, baked oysters, broiled salmon, and a whole lot more.


Of course, included in the buffet are Mario's delectable paella and its iconic Caesar Salad. And any meal is not complete without some sweets: choices of cakes, bread-puddings, chocolate fountain, assorted pastries and mousse.



 Mario's lunch buffet is from 11am to 2:30pm. Buffet rate per head is P999+ for adults and P750+ for kids below 7 years old, at the Tomas Morato branch. For Baguio, buffet rate is P750+ for adults and P617+ for kids below 7 years old.

You may visit both branches for reservations or call 415-3887 (Quezon City), and 074-442-424 (Baguio City). 



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