Sunday, November 27, 2011

Mexican Christmas at Frontera Sol of Mexico‏

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas in advance!
Yeah I know this might be too early since it's only November right now...

Yes Santa, we all know it's November!

Anyway, in this blog entry I'll be introducing this very special Christmas Eve & Day Set Dinner Menu by Frontera Sol of Mexico‏. I know most of you are searching around for a good place to plan for a Christmas dinner with family or close friends and so you might want to consider this place.




So let's see what Frontera Sol of Mexico has to offer in this Christmas Eve & Day Set Dinner Menu.


As for starter, customers are given two choices. The first one is the Traditional Tamales.


This Traditional Tamales is steamed cooked in banana leaf wrapping with the choice of Chicken or Beef. This is like the traditional Chinese glutinous rice that we had during the Winter Solstice Festival.


The next starter is the Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Sage Pesto.

This soup was sweet but full of the butternut taste but somehow it tasted similar like Pumpkin Soup.

As for the main course, we get to choose one out of 4 options but I will only be showing the 2 options in this blog entry.


This is the awesome Mesquite Smoked Turkey with Cranberry Chipotle Relish, Jalapeno Corn Bread Dressing, Candied Sweet Potatoes & Broccoli Florets Topped with Chili Con Queso. I really enjoyed eating the Turkey and the relish was really appetizing as well as the other side dishes.


Next main course is the Veracruz-style Baked Fish with Mexican Rice, Sonora Vegetables with Epazote. The fish was very fresh and well cooked with the sauce and the vege with Mexican rice were great combination in this course.

The other 2 options are the Home-made Puebla-style Turkey Mole with Herb Roasted Potatoes & Grilled Vegetables and BBQ Beef Ribs (additional RM 15++) with Mashed Potatoes & Sonora Vegetable. Do try them as well and let me know how the taste go! :D

It's time for part where many ladies out there are waiting for.... the desserts!

It comes with 2 options, you get to choose this Peach Tres Leches Cake or...

...the Keylime Pie. This particular dessert filled with sweet and grainy graham cracker crust, a creamy and tangy lime flavored filling, and is topped with a soft and fluffy whipped cream makes me crave for more until this very day!

As for drinks, we can have either the Sangria (alcoholic) or the Watermelon Agua Fresca (non alcoholic).

Watermelon Agua Fresca (non alcoholic) is pretty refreshing and surely will quench your thirst away especially after a hard working day.

Sangria (alcoholic), this alcoholic punch consists of a wine, chopped fruit, a sweetener, and a small amount of added brandy.

The moment of truth! Here are the prices:
For 3 course meal with Watermelon Agua Fresca: RM 55++
For 3 course meal with Sangria: RM 65++
An additional of RM15++ for Beef Ribs 

Christmas Set Menu will be available for Christmas Eve Dinner, Christmas Day Lunch & Dinner. 
The ala carte items, e.g. Tamales, Soup, Turkey etc will be available Christmas Eve to New Year's Eve

Some interior shots of Frontera Sol of Mexico...




The Frontera revolution and ongoing evolution began in June 2008 when a small group of fellow Mexican food aficionados opened Frontera Sol of Mexico (formerly known as Frontera Bar & Grill) @ the Palm Square, Jaya One in Petaling Jaya.

Frontera Sol of Mexico
18-G-2, Jaya One,
72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Malaysia


.: Peace Out :.