Now Open: 'Mamma Mia' Italian Restaurant in Uptown Mall, BGC

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There's a new dining destination in BGC serving home-style Italian cuisine paired with fine wines and signature cocktails.

Mamma Mia is the newest Italian restaurant now open at Uptown Mall in BGC and in this establishment, foodies are welcome from day to night, as it serves an array of delicious things from hearty mains to thirst-quenching drinks. Mamma Mia is the newest concept brought to life by Rigatoni Corporation, the folks behind Italian restaurants Toni & Sergio and Parmigiano.

Craving for carbs? Then this restaurant is definitely just the right one for you, offering different kinds of pizza, pasta, risotto, all of which you can also enjoy with hearty and meaty mains.

Porchetta Pizza
Spaghetti Carbonara Alla Mamma Mia

 

Bistecca Alla Florentina
 

To all the Ketos of Manila, I share you all this special dish to keep you going this fine December. Bacon bombs

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Extend your stay at this new restaurant, as wining and dining away is encouraged--Mamma Mia is open till late for those longing for a nightcap or a longer evening of cocktails while enjoying music. To pair with your Italian wines, beers, or cocktails, are assorted antipasti and bar chow. For dessert, Mamma Mia also offers gelato in assorted flavors to cool and cleanse the palate.

To entice guests to try the new kid on the block, Mamma Mia is offering 30% off on your bill when you dine in and Like the Facbook Page of Mamma Mia. The promo runs until December 22, 2017, so round up your friends and have a good deal for your Italian feast!

 

Mamma Mia is now open daily starting 11am at the Ground Floor of Uptown Place Mall (beside Tim Ho Wan), 9th Ave. corner 36th St., Uptown Bonifacio, BGC. Like on Facebook (/MammaMiaPHL) and follow on Instagram (@mammamiaph).

Homestream image from Mamma Mia's Instagram.

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