Speaking about Mexican food, to find one which fully dedicated to it will be kinda limited in KL. Most of them were mixed with Texas Mexican combination like Chilis and TGI Friday. Some more they localise the taste to suit local taste that most of them demand to have it adjusted. To me as a foodie I am kinda fussy about my foods. If you are opening a restaurant with a dedication to traditional recipe and cooking methods, you’ll have my attention on it. Latest Mexican restaurant opening in town is Fresca Mexican Kitchen & Bar located at The Gardens Mid Valley City.
Fresca means “fresh” or “cool” in Spanish, the official language of Mexico. The food served here are fresh and prepared with the finest ingredients which some of them were imported to ensure the authentic quality and taste.
The restaurant open to target mainly all range of customers be it family dining to corporate customers. There are a lot of expats who loves to chill out after office hour hitting the bar for a couple of mugs.
Mexican painting on the walls
The restaurant cater from small to big private functions. In the photo were our table which reserved for us.
Do checkout their blackboard for daily specials on food and booze. They have a wide range of beers, liquors and spirits. Not to mention their wide range of cocktails.
Wines for those who love grapes more than malts.
Classic Margarita RM23
You can go on the rock or ice blended. This is the most famous drink for Mexican restaurant. Irregardless which Mexican Restaurant that you enter, you can’t miss this. Make sure you can hold your drink and drink responsibly. Don’t drink and drive.
Cinco de Mayo RM23
Best seller of Fresca which is a combination of Jose Cuervo Reposado Tequila, Creme de Cassis, clover honey, fresh lime, orange juice
Jalapeno Margaritas On Rocks RM23
This drink may look scary because of the Jalapeno (pronounced as HA LA PI NO) park at the tip of your glass. The drink itself is not spicy and got some kick in it. Sourish and refreshing with a hint of the infused margaritas.
Blue Mountain RM23
Blue Margarita with Tequila Reserva 1800 Anejo (100% agave, aged for over a year)
Electric Blue Magarita. RM23
Refreshing red wine cooler made with overnight marinated fruits, cognac and Cointreau
Lychee Margaritas Libation RM26
Gin, fresh lime, muddled lychee & lemongrass
Tiramisu e Giu RM26
Whisky, kahlua, hazelnut, milk, choco sprinkle
Kiwi Lychee Siesta RM26
Vodka, lychee liqueur, muddled kiwi and lychee
Midnight flight to Mexico. RM26
Amaretto, fresh lime, cinnamon
Cranberry-flavoured drink made from dried hibiscus flowers,rich in Vitamin C and minerals
Gin, cucumber, fresh mint, lime juice
Sopa de Fideo RM15
A simple chicken soup with angel hair noodles, comfort food for kids and adults alike. No wonder, they use the expression “chicken soup for the soul”.
The taste resembles our home cook ABC potato chicken soup but this comes with angel hair pasta. This soup is RECOMMENDED to order before you start your meal. Be it on rainy day or after a long day hard work, this soup will get you warmed up.
Tortilla Chips with Guacamole RM20
Tortilla Chips are much healthier compared to a bottle of Pringles. It is made of corn and have more natural ingredients to produce it.
Nachos Grande RM27
Tortilla chips topped with re-fried beans, Monterrey Jack cheese, ground beef, Jalapeno Chiles, guacamole and sour cream. Comes on a large plate for sharing.
Vegetarian version available for those who are pure vegetarians.
Tacos Ensenda RM19
Flour tortillas with beer battered fish and homemade coleslaw. This classic fish taco originates from Ensenada, Baja California.
Jalapeno Poppers RM16
Breadcrumb coated Jalapeno Chiles stuffed with Monterrey Jack cheese and minced beef, served with a sweet mango chipotle salsa.
Becareful when you bite it as the melted cheese within the Jalapeno Chilli is extremely hot when served. But that is the best time to savor it as the cheese blends in with the Jalapeno and give you every mouth a cheesy sensation. To spice it up make sure you take it with the Mango Salsa which comes with it.
Camarones al Ajilo RM24
Tiger prawns sauteed with fragrant Guajillo Chiles and garlic. Served with two pieces of flour tortillas. The prawn is fresh and succulent.
Costilla Asada RM43
Succulent short ribs in a homemade barbecue sauce, slow braised for 3 hours for an off-the-bone tenderness. Served with creamy mash potatoes and sauteed vegetables. It certainly melt immediate when putting into your mouth.
Pescado Mojo de Ajo RM42
Fish lightly pan fried in a fragrant butter sauce, topped with chunky pieces of roasted garlic. It served with Mexican white rice and mixed salad. The fish is pan fried instead of grilled to retain the moist within. It is just likely done and perfect for my liking.
Fajitas Mixed (Chicken and Beef) RM41
Traditional Mexican and popular in Tex-Mex cuisines, this dish needs no further introduction. Its served with guacamole, pico de galo and a special chipotle cream sauce.
Carne Asada a la Tampiquena RM54
Grilled tenderloin the Mexican way, with onions, Mexican red rice, enchiladas verdes and refried beans. It is lightly grilled and not over done to
Baked flour tortillas filled with apples, served with
homemade nougat ice cream.
Churros con Chocolat RM13
The internationally loved Mexican dessert consist of donuts rolled in sugar and cinnamon, served with chocolate sauce.