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Celebrate Easter with a Buffet Lunch at Mario's

"Easter is all about love and family togetherness."

Make your Easter family celebration more special by having a sumptuous buffet lunch at Mario's Tomas Morato and at Mario's Upper Session Road in Baguio City.



Have your fill of Mario's Paella Valenciana, Cochinillo, Roast Beef, Leg of Lamb, Turkey, Oyster Rockefeller, Fish, and a whole lot more. Of course, you must order Mario's famous Caesar Salad which will be prepared right in front of you if you request for it.




And before you end the meal, don't forget to have have cakes, pastries, bread budding, or dip some marshmallows and fruits in dark and white chocolate fountain. A really sweet ending to a lovely Easter lunch with the family.


And here's the best part, for every P3,500 spend, get a chance to join the Easter Egg Hunt and find some nice surprises. Buffet rates are P1,250 for adults and P817 for children below 7 years old at the Tomas Morato branch, and P979 for adults and P672 for kids in the Baguio branch.






Mario's
191 Tomas Morato
Quezon City
02-4153887

Mario's
16 Upper Session Road
Baguio City
074-4424241


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