The Mario’s buffet has been there for as long as we can remember. It’s truly one thing that never gets old and has stayed consistent through the years. No wonder, families and friends make it a point to flock to the resto on Sundays when the buffet spread gets to be extra sumptuous, as compared to the rest of the week.
What you can expect at the buffet which costs only a little more than a thousand pesos net per person: tender and melt-in-your-mouth cochinillo with golden, crispy, crunchy skin; moist turkey roasted to perfection; roast beef and roast leg of lamb perfectly seasoned; fresh baked oysters and salmon broiled just right; colorful paella teeming with seafood and meats; pastas, fish, sushi and of course, the iconic Caesar Salad prepared table side.
Oh my, the cochinillo or roast suckling pig is really to die for. The fact that this is in Mario’s affordable buffet is a bonus….
For dessert, there’s bread pudding, chocolate fountain and assorted pastries, mousse and cakes. The list goes on as the buffet offers a lot more dishes both savory and sweet.
Mario’s Sunday lunch buffet starts at 11am until 2:30pm with charges of P999+ for adults and P750+ for children 7 years old and below at Tomas Morato and P750+ for adults and P617+ for kids in Baguio.
For reservations, visit Mario’s at 191 Tomas Morato St., Quezon City, or call 415-3887, 372-0360 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Baguio, visit 16 Upper Session Road, Baguio City or call (074) 442-4241. Email email@example.com. and like them on FB at www.facebook.com/Marios.Group or follow on IG at www.instagram.com-themarios.way.