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A Special Treat for a Special Mom at Mario’s

This Mother’s Day, a special gift awaits every mom who dines at Mario’s located along Tomas Morato, Quezon City.  
            Come in to have a leisurely breakfast of hearty Filipino favorites or lighter Continental meals.



            Choose to indulge in a sumptuous lunch buffet featuring Mario’s iconic Caesar Salad. Taste the classic Cochinillo with soft and tender meat and golden crispy skin. Partake of carvings like Roast Turkey, Roast Beef or Roast Leg of Lamb. There is salmon, oysters and sushi.  The Paella Valenciana is cooked just right so is the pasta with various sauces and toppings. Sweet endings include bread pudding, cakes, mousses and pastries and a delightful chocolate fountain. Of course, there is a lot more choices both savory and sweet.
            Perhaps mom likes a quiet dinner. Enjoy a nice glass of wine with your choice of entrée. Order a Caesar Salad or flambé dessert and watch as these are prepared table side. 



Buffet starts at 11am until 2:30pm with charges of P999+ for adults and P750+ for children 7 years old and below at Tomas Morato and P799+ for adults and P617+ for kids in Baguio.
For reservations, visit Mario’s at 191 Tomas Morato St., Quezon City, or call 415-3887, 372-0360 or emailmarios.mariosqc@gmail.com. For Baguio, visit 16 Upper Session Road, Baguio City, call (074) 442-4241 or emailmarios_baguio@yahoo.com. Log on to www.marios.com.ph and like us on www.facebook.com/Marios.Group or follow us on www.instagram.com-themarios.way.

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