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Me gustaría comida mexicana

The Sheraton Utama Hotel kick started its Mexican Fiesta last Friday by hosting a dinner for major sponsors and key members of the media.

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Some of the guests mingling before the dinner

Sheraton Utama Hotel has flown in Chefs Sergio Snyder and Roberto Kaspi from the festive country of Mexico. Throughout the festival, these chefs will be preparing authentic Mexican dishes such as Chile con Carne, Lamb Barbecue Mexican Style and Aztec Tortilla.

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Alex and the two Mexicans… sounds like a good name for a band?

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Preparing the scrumptuous food

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Mmmmm… Naaachooos

The buffet is priced at B$29.00+ from Sunday to Thursday and B$37.00+ on Fridays and Saturdays. There’s also an awesome package deal of a room inclusive of buffet for two at only B$120.00! Thanks to major sponsors, diners will stand a chance to win a grand prize of one return ticket to Bangkok courtesy of RBA with 4 nights accomodation compliments of Royal Orchid Sheraton and the Westin Grande Sukhumvit.

Call 2244272 for reservations TODAY! Ariba ariba! Andele!

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The newly-weds enjoying the buffet 🙂

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Sergio and Roberto serenading the diners

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They were happy to oblige with a Mexican Birthday song!

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Alin frantically finishing his slides for Blog it up! Hahaha!

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  • Darkblack November 25, 2008, 10:46 am

    Me gusta tambien….pero solo nachos no mas…hehe…lurus kah inda jua ni…

  • AB November 26, 2008, 9:51 am

    Wow! habla español! Muy bueno! Tengo gusto de la cocina mexicana!

  • Jefri Shafie November 26, 2008, 11:35 am

    Wow.This is hi class habla espanyol. The one I’m used to hearing here is street lingo. For ex…. Oola chulo kay paso karnal. Kaylay paka karnal. Ay kabron…..oralayy

  • John Ramos December 11, 2008, 2:09 pm

    Hello everyone, I would like to recommend you a restaurant I visit at Can Cun, Mexico called “La Destileria”; they had a great services, and I ate some amazing “cochinita pibil” taquitos. I highly recommend you this place when you travel around mexico beaches.

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