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It's Dads Day at Mario's

Dads may look tough and gruff and even strict but that's how dads are. This Father's Day, show your dad how much you mean to him by treating him to a sumptuous meal at Mario's.


Mario's Sunday Lunch Buffet has everything that will whet your dad's appetite like roast beef, lamb, turkey, and even cochinillo.


And there's more ... let your dad feast on Mario's famous Ceasar Salad and pair it with the restaurant's equally famous Oyster Rockefeller. There's also sushi and maki if your dad is suddenly craving for some Japanese noms.


And the culinary delight doesn't just stop there, your dad will surely love Mario's Paella Valenciana, a mouthwatering rice dish with chicken, seafood, and meat. For dessert, there's an assortment of cakes and pastries but your dad might also love Mario's Bread Pudding.

Of course, if your dad prefers a quiet meal, you can just book a table during dinner and choose from the delectable a la carte dishes such as Baby Back Ribs, Steak and Prawn Thermidor, Grilled Salmon, and much much more. You can also choose some wine to accompany your meal while listening to Mario's live piano bar.

And because it is Father's Day, dads get some surprises from Mario's. Sunday lunch buffet begins at 11am, P1250 nett for adults and P817 for kids below 7 years old at the Tomas Morato branch, and P980 nett for adults and P573 for kids in Mario's Baguio City branch.







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