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Monday, June 30, 2014

Frontera 2014 Ramadhan buffet [Food Review]

This is not my first time posting about Frontera's Ramadhan buffet. 2 years ago, I was honer to get invited by Ramesh, Frontera manager to review their buffet, the review is available HERE. 2 years a part,their Ramadhan buffet have some slight change, but the price is still same, which is RM 50++ (RM 58 nett). Plus, for every group of 8 pax, 1 dine for free (e.g. 7 pay, 1 free). If you come in groups of 30 & above you may request customised menu.

During my review, I only tested out some of the items, not all. Their menu might change periodically and might increase starter to 12 types, 6 types of dessert available. Although starter, dessert and drink (ice-lemon tea) are free-flow, you may only choose 1 main from the menu.

Come, lets see what Frontera offer in this year Ramadhan buffet.

Starter: ~free flow~

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Mushroom & Chipotle Soup with Homemade Herbed Croutons

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Pumpkin & Chick Pea Salad

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Mexican Rice

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Baked Potatoes with Parmesan Cheese

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BBQ Wing with Cilantro Ranch Dressing

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Carne Asada Taco (beef)

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Yutacan Prawn Taco

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Beef Taquitos with Salsa Verde & Sour Cream

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Tortilla & Salsa

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Tortilla Chips

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Mango Salsa

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Red Salsa

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Corn Salsa

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Main: ~choose one from menu~

Burgers (served with jalapeno coleslaw):

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Chili Cheese Burger

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BBQ Chicken, Mushroom & Chicken burger

Fabulous Fish burger (picture not attached)

Enchiladas (served with refried beans):

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Chicken Enchiladas 

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Mushroom & cheese Enchiladas

Lamb Enchiladas (picture not attached)

Burrito (served with refried beans):

Chicken Burrito ((picture not attached)
Beef Burrito (picture not attached)
Grilled Vegetable Burrito (picture not attached)

House Specials (served with sauteed vegetables):

Sizzling Beef Fajita (picture not attached)
Chicka Boom Boom (picture not attached)

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Maple Glazed Salmon

Dessert: ~free flow~

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Banana, Chocolate & Marshmallow Chimichanga

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Mexican Flan

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Fruita de Crema

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Chipotle Chocolate Brownies

Overall, I am satisfied with this RM 50++ buffet. The variety is awesome. Even by just taking once piece each of the starter, it's enough for me to last until sahur. 

Recommeded Starters:
Taco, totilla chips with Red salsa, taquitos & Chipotle Soup
I think it's very obvious that my photo show plenty fillings in the Tacos, I don't need elaborate further. The red salsa is so rich in umami, just as nice as my last visit or maybe better! Taquitos has very solid  stuffings. It's litherally beef flakes in it, not those with extra artificial addictive. Chipotle soup may looks like a cup of innocent broth but it's actually has a slight herbs hints and will caught you by surprise if you are not a spicy lover because you will fall in love with it.

Recommeded Desserts:
During my last Ramadhan buffet review visit, the brownie is the only flaw in whole meal. It's so close to perfect. Now, it's awesome, moist and dense. Take note, if you are not a spicy food lover, because one of it's ingredient is chipotle (a type of spice) you may kena the Russian roulette of spicy chipotle seed on any bite! XD

Are you moved yet? If you wanna try it out, make sure you make a reservation first!

Frontera Sol of Mexico
83-G.2, Block E, the Square, Jaya One, 72A, Jalan Universiti, 46200 PJ. 
Phone: 0379588515 or 0122928096 (Ramesh)
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Faster try it out, who know it might be your best Mexican food near me (you).


  1. Ysquare,

    Thanks for the lovely photos & 2nd review with us.

    Have a great week ahead. :)

    Ramesh V
    Frontera Sol of Mexico