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Published on November 7th, 2011 | by email2me

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Mexican Styled XMAS With Frontera Sol Of Mexico Restaurant Jaya One

I know this is kinda early to tell you that there are Xmas Menu out already for the upcoming celebration next month. Every year without fail people will just go for a stuffed turkey on their table. How about we go slightly different this year? Frontera Mexican Restaurant Jaya One has prepared a special menu for you.

The front entrance of Frontera Jaya One

Here at Frontera, only authentic and traditional Mexican Foods served. It will be a whole lot different versus TGI Friday and Chilis which more on the American taste.

The kitchen even prepared a traditional Mexican Drink to serve its guest which I find is very refreshing and authentic.

Watermelon Agua Fresca – Non Alchohol drink

Blended watermelon mix with lime juice with a little sugar syrup. This will wash away any thirst you have and I can guaranty a glass won’t be enough as it is so addictive and refreshing.

1919 Sangria – Alchoholic

If you need more kick, this is the drink you should go for. There are a couple of liquor mixed into this drink.

Traditional Tamales (Choice of chicken / Beef)

For the starter, we were served with Tamales which resemble otak otak Steamed cooked in banana leaf wrapping.

Roasted Butternut Squah Soup With Sage Pesto

At first I thought this was a pumpkin soup base on its texture and taste. It was butternut after all but the taste really like pumpkin. The soup quite tasty and filling.

For the main course, you can opt for the turkey or fish sets. Let’s start with the turkey.

The front purple color thing is Cranberry Chipotle Relish. The one on the right is Jalapeno Corn Bread Dressing

There were candied sweet potato served too with the Mesquite Smoked Turkey.

Mesquite Smoked Turkey with Broccoli Florets Topped with Chili Con Queso

If you are not a turkey person, you can go for the fish dish.

Veracruz-style Fillet of Red Snapper with mexican rice & sonora vegetables

I personally like the turkey as it was quite tender and flavorful. It was well marinated and cooked just nice. Normally people tend to cook the turkey too dry. Here is perfect!

For the dessert, Frontera is serving 2 types of desserts which is the Peach Tres Leches Cake and Key Lime Pie. Both were very sweet and great to go along with a cup of coffee or tea.

Peach Tres Leches Cake

Key Lime Pie

Christmas Eve & Day Set Dinner

Starter

Traditional Tamales
Steamed Cooked In Banana Leaf Rapping
(Choice of Chicken or Beef)
or
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
with Sage Pesto

Mains

Home-made Puebla-style Turkey Mole
with Herb Roasted Potatoes & Grilled Vegetables
or
Mesquite Smoked Turkey
with Cranberry Chipotle Relish,
Jalapeno Corn Bread Dressing,
Candied Sweet Potatoes
& Broccoli Florets Topped with Chili Con Queso
or
Veracruz-style Baked Fish
with Mexican  Rice, Sonora Vegetables with Epazote
or
BBQ Beef Ribs (additional RM 15++)
with Mashed Potatoes & Sonora Vegetable

Dessert

Peach Tres Leches Cake
or
Keylime Pie

Drinks

Sangria
or
Watermelon Agua Fresca
(non alcoholic)

Price:
3 course meal with Watermelon Agua Fresca: RM 55++
3 course meal with Sangria: RM 65++
Please add 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.

For reservation :

Frontera Sol of Mexico
18-G-2, Jaya One
No 72A, Jalan University,
46200, Petaling Jaya

Tel / Fax : 03-79588515


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3 Responses to Mexican Styled XMAS With Frontera Sol Of Mexico Restaurant Jaya One

  1. Yum yum! Love the spiciness in Mexican food!

  2. Pureglutton says:

    What – Xmas already?! Hmm… a Mexican Xmas – good idea too!

  3. Hi Ken,

    I thought I left a comment before … erm .. he he 🙂

    The photos look lovely. Thanks 🙂

    (Advanced) Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you 🙂

    Cheers,
    Ramesh

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