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Mario’s is 45!

 
            Just for a day, for lunch and dinner, on September 1, Thursday, enjoy 45 per cent off on Caesar Salad and Paella Valenciana at Mario’s as it celebrates 45 years of magnificent Spanish cuisine.      

            The iconic ‘Mario’s Famous Caesar Salad’ of fresh romaine lettuce and crunchy croutons comes with a unique dressing and is topped with bacon bits and Parmesan cheese shavings. Paella Valenciana is a hearty rice dish teeming with seafood, chicken, pork and sausages.

Pair off the Caesar Salad and Paella Valenciana with other equally delightful dishes like Salpicado, juicy tenderloin cubes sauteéd in olive oil and served on a bed of garlic rice; Lengua con Setas, tender ox tongue with mushrooms and olives in a delicate wine sauce; Callos Madrileña, a rich Spanish casserole; Pollo Iberico, a half roast chicken seasoned with garlic, pepper and spices. More dishes are on the menu.


            Finish off the meal with Toffee Sans Rival, a classic Mario’s offering; Sugar free Apple Pie, a way to indulge for the health conscious; Canonigo, a traditional Spanish dessert made from egg whites, topped with cherries and drizzled with syrup; Flan, the traditional sweet dessert of eggs and milk or go for the dramatic flambéed Jubillee of Mango, Banana or Strawberry bathed in liquer and flamed tableside.

            Come and celebrate with Mario’s! For reservations, visit Mario’s at 191 Tomas Morato St., Quezon City, or call 415-3887, 372-0360, 0915-1116047 or email marios.mariosqc@gmail.com. For Baguio, visit 16 Upper Session Road, Baguio City, call (074) 442-4241, 0905-2973384 or email marios_baguio@yahoo.com. Log on to www.marios.com.ph and like us onwww.facebook.com/Marios.Group or follow us on www.instagram.com-themarios.way.


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