It is Ramadhan again!! Today is our day 5th of fasting and hopefully everyone is enjoying Ramadhan and grab all the opportunity of doing good deeds more. For those who like to visit Bazar Ramadhan would definitely love Ramadhan simply because it means food galore month. Alhamdulillah. Prays to God for being able to be here again to experience Ramadhan.
Last 2 weeks, I had a chance to try Ramadhan Tex-Mex Buffet at Frontera, Jaya One. Their menu includes starter, main dishes and dessert. Let see what Frontera has to offer.
Mushroom & Chipotle Soup with Homemade Herbed Croutons
Carne Asada Taco (beef)
Yutacan Prawn Taco
BBQ Wing with Cilantro Ranch Dressing
Beef Taquitos with Salsa Verde & Sour Cream
Baked Potatoes with Parmesan Cheese
For mains, you can choose one menu from the attached list.
I always go for chicken and beef but then my friend and I was like, why not we tried fish tonight.
Fabulous Fish Burger. One of the mains. We love it. I would definitely recommend to you to try this one.
Maple Glazed Salmon. Perhaps for Salmon lover, you would love this one. If I have to opt, I would choose the burger.
Yes. I eat fat.
Chipotle Chocolate Brownies
Fruita de Crema
Banana, Chocolate & Marshmallow Chimichanga
Dessert.. I always wait for dessert.. Even sometimes most of the time, the first thing I would eyed was desserts.
The desserts' texture was quite dense as compared to the normal that I usually had. For example, the Mexican Flan was really thick and creamy (I think those 2 words described it correctly. Correct me if I'm wrong). I would compare it with our 'caramel pudding'. Normally I can eat more than 1 piece but perhaps I ate much before till I forget to save some space for desserts. Blimey.
The menus (starters, mains & dessert) will change periodically.
We will be increasing the number of starters to 12 & dessert to 6, but remaining main course options to 12.
Prayer room is available.
Ice Lemon Tea is free flow
For every group of 8 pax, 1 dine for free (e.g. 7 pay, 1 free)
Customised menu is available for groups of 30 & above.
Menu price: RM 50++ (RM 58nett)
For more info/inquiry/reservation you can refer here:
Frontera Sol of Mexico
83-G.2, Block E, the Square, Jaya One, 72A, Jalan Universiti, 46200 PJ.
I am easily touched when I watched/read/listened to sad baby stories. How they are sick.. how they died.. He knows better. Heaven is the place for them. I just couldn't imagine myself in their mothers' place. Never. I bet all mothers would feel the same way I do too. I used to feel so stress even now when my baby refuses to sleep, crying non stop especially in the morning, when it is 3 am. Thank goodness it is not often. But, there were time when he sleeps soundly till 6 hours, I freak out. I keep checking his tummy whether it's moving or not. Satisfied enough? No? Then I'll check the breathing. Oh my. How paranoid I was. Still am. Then, I told myself I should be grateful that he wakes up in the middle of the morning for milk so that I know he's good. When I read in the newspaper the baby died because of sudden death in his/her car seat, I become aware each time when he is placed in the car seat throughout any long journey. This morning baby Izz died after went through operation. He didn't survive. I don't know the mother. I stumbled upon her Instagram and found that her baby was diagnosed with 'jantung berlubang, lemah jantung and saluran darah sempit'. Oh my. Baby Izz was so cute. Each photos that her mother posted was of him smiling even with tube in his mouth. He's not even 2 months yet but Allah loves him more.
I just couldn't bring myself to that kind of situation if anything happen to my baby. I need to start appreciating my life, my baby and my family and everything. If the husband doesn't want to wake up when Umar is crying at 3 am, so be it. I just have to appreciate more because on the other hand, not everyone was gifted with children.
"For every woman unhappy with her postpartum marks, is another who wishes she had them"
I know.. He is 4 months old now. Looking back at his old pictures, it is just amazing how a small little baby can change your world. Yes.. Alhamdulillah.. I am a mother now. My labour experience? Not much.. but definitely will share the story to you or whoever stumbled upon my blog.
Introducing my bundle of joy..
Haha.. Fresh out from oven. I almost forgot how tiny and light he was.
Well at least that's what Baby Centre told me. So 10 days to go.. InsyaAllah..
My mother called me yesterday asking whether I knew about the fact that I need to trim down-there-part where baby is coming out.
Mum : Do you know that you need to trim down-there-part? Or at least keep it clean.
Me : Yup.. I know mummy. I'm going to have down-there-part waxed.
Mum : Oooo..
*I know she's clueless.
Me : It's like going to salon ma.
Mum : Ooooo. Like the one you told me, you went to do your nails?
Me : Yes mummy. They call it Brazilian waxing. They wax everything off down there.
This part is hillarious.
Mum : *practically screaming.. Ya Rabbiiii .. Tempat macam tu pun ada? haaaaaa.. Isk isk isk..
Me : *laughing..
So, no. This is not my 1st time doing Brazilian waxing. I don't like the process but I love the result. The process is painful but tolerable. This time I decided to try Furless which is located at Jaya One, near to my workplace. I read few reviews saying that Furless offers less painful experience for Brazilian. And yes. To me, it's less painful although the process took quite longer time than usual. Anny took 40 minutes to complete the whole process. I don't mind about the time.
Price for Brazilian wax is RM106.00. For 1st timer, you'll get 30% discount. So, I only paid RM 74.20.