Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today's Groupon to Frida's Contemporary Mexican Cuisine in Overland Park. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get a Tour of Mexico meal for two (a $40 value) that includes:
- Two appetizers
- Five sample entrees
- One dessert to share
- For $40, you get a Tour of Mexico meal for four (an $80 value) that includes:
- Four appetizers
- Eight sample entrees
- Two desserts to share
- For $10, you get $20 worth of authentic Mexican cuisine off the normal menu.
Frida's Contemporary Mexican Cuisine combines authentic south-of-the-border flavors with ingeniously updated recipes. The Tour of Mexico meal commences with the collection of permission slips followed by a fragrant bowl of caldo tlalpeno—a tasty chicken soup—and a steaming tamal wrapped in a cornhusk and stuffed with poblano peppers or pork. Wait staff diligently deliver five tasting plates for two tasters, or eight plates for four, laden with morsels of steak-stuffed poblano peppers as well as poultry offerings such as the pollo en mole or the crispy flautas de pollo. A fresh fish filet saturated in a veracruzana sauce adds oceanic accents as parties of four dive into three additional plates, including the achiote-marinated pollo yucatan, the thinly sliced filete Juan, and the garlicky camarones Tulum. The culinary tour concludes with a creamy arroz quemado, a flavorful combination of rice and pudding, perfect to satisfy sweet cravings or spackle structurally flawed gingerbread houses.
Frida's Contemporary Mexican Cuisine
When diners arrive at Frida's Contemporary Mexican Cuisine, they glide across sleek hardwood floors toward plush booths and tables surrounded by coral-hued walls and modern hanging lights. Amiable staff members whisk colorful dishes topped with regional spices and seafood toward their waiting taste buds. After filling their bellies with the authentically Mexican fare, guests can lounge in the bar area, harnessing enough low-alpha brain waves via nine big-screen high-definition TVs to properly digest a meal.