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MOMs are Special at Mario's

Treat your mom to a sumptuous Mother's Day meal at Mario's. Start the day right and have breakfast with a choice of Filipino favorites or light Continental meals.


Or as a special treat, book a table for Mario's Sunday lunch buffet and let your mom indulge in her favorite cochinillo, paella valenciana, oyster rockefeller, ceasar salad, and a whole lot more. And to cap off a great meal, indulge in cakes, mousses and bread pudding.

Having an intimate dinner with your mom is also possible. Dine on Mario's classic Spanish dishes like callos and lengua while being serenaded with soothing piano music. Pair the meal with a glass of red or white wine, and don't forget to order flambe dessert that will surely make your mom smile.

And not only that, MOMs get a special gift when you dine at Mario's on Mother's Day.

Call (02) 4153887 (Mario's Tomas Morato, QC) or (074) 4424241 (Mario's Baguio City) for reservation and more details.


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