We’ve survived different kinds of buffets in our lives. Most were ok, a few outstanding. Buffet is never only about the quantity; in our book, it’s always quality over quantity (but, of course, if we can have both, we’d be very, very happy). This is the kind of buffet, and more, offered at Mario’s.
The casual visitors of Baguio City would probably notice the usual things that Baguio is known for. That would usually be the following: zigzag roads going to and from Baguio, the Lion Head when passing through Kennon Road, the cool weather even in summer, the majestic pine trees, that mall sticking out above Burnham Park, the Wright Park, Mines View, and the PMA.
Visitors would rarely discover hidden food nooks like the Good Taste Restaurant and the the plain-sight Mario’s, located at the Upper Session Road.
Yes, it’s the same Mario’s you’d find along Tomas Marato Avenue in Quezon City. And in order for us to focus on the food, let’s be done with the locations and contact information of both branches, as reflected in its website as of this date:
Upper Session Road
Tel Nos. (074) 442-4241; (074) 442-7445
Fax (074) 442-5445
Mobile No. (+63922) 841-2192
Mario’s Restaurant Quezon City
191 Tomas Morato Avenue corner Scout Gandia
Quezon City, Philippines
Tel Nos. (632) 372-0360; (632) 415-3887; (632)376-6210
Mobile No. (+63923) 718-1790
For those who want to play it safe specially during peak seasons (like the Easter Sunday buffet lunch, when we visited Mario’s), it’s strongly recommended that you make the necessary reservations.
To be continued . . . in the meantime, share your experience with Mario’s Easter buffet. Please use the comment section below. Thank you.