Photo Adrián Duchateau
After years at its original, jewel-box (maybe even a little solemn) location, the city’s high temple of Mexican regional cuisine has moved to a more expansive (some say more relaxed) space that includes more light, a bar area for “taco omakase,” and large windows overlooking the garden, plus a groovy, mid-century accent that might recall Manhattan’s late, lamented Four Seasons restaurant. Changes aside, diners can still count on a six-section, prix-fixe menu, with each section home to multiple bites involving an astounding variety of ingredients even most Mexicans have never tasted, all exquisite enough to have placed Pujol on several world’s best restaurants lists for years running. And yes, you still get a taste of chef Enrique Olvera’s mole madre, well over a thousand days in the pot as of this writing.
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Calle Tennyson 133, Polanco IV Sección, Polanco IV Secc, 11570 Miguel Hidalgo, CDMX, Mexico
+52 55 5545 4111
Mon - Sat 1:30pm - 10:45pm