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Celebrating Christmas with A Traditional Feast from Mario's

It is A Christmas Tradition in the Philippines to have a sumptuous noche buena spread to pair with the merriment that comes with Christmas.

And at Mario's, they place importance on Christmas Tradition. Have a feast of delicious Roast Turkey with a choice of Herbed Corn Bread, American Style Bread, or Relleno de Pabo stuffing.


Of course, there's also the tender cochinillo with its crackling skin (yum!); colorful and flavorful Paella Valenciana, Marinera or de Legumbres Paella; tasty Chicken Relleno and Galantina; Pastel de Lengua; meaty Beef Lasagna or the mouthwatering Callos Madrilena.


These delectable holiday dishes meant for your Noche Buena are available at Mario's. You can place your order at least two days in advance and serve it for your Christmas gatherings.

Of course a meal is never complete without dessert and Mario's have that as well- Toffee Sans Rival, Canonigo, Dark Secret Chocolate Cake and Sugar Free Apple Pie.

Visit Mario’s at 191 Tomas Morato St., Quezon City, or call 415-3887, 372-0360 or email marios.mariosqc@gmail.com. For Baguio, visit 16 Upper Session Road, Baguio City, call (074) 442-4241 or email marios_baguio@yahoo.com. Mario’s also caters. 


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