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Pujol, Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico, North America: in Mexico City, Mexico, has a new take on ravioli with thin slices of avocado
254 Francisco Petrarca
Mexico City
Mexico 11570
Tel: 52 55 5545 4111
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Chef Enrique Olvera has often been described as being at the vanguard of cocina mexicana, and his restaurant Pujol makes almost every local's short list of the city's best. This small Polanco restaurant is elegantly understated, with whitewashed walls, discreet track lighting, and simple, minimalist tables and chairs, letting the dishes take center stage. Olvera focuses on Mexican ingredients, sometimes in the service of traditional recipes (duck with mole) and other times in more European preparations, such as avocado ravioli with corn foam, or venison carpaccio in banana puree. The restaurant's 200-bottle wine list, which includes several Mexican vintages, is an unusually broad selection in this not-so-oenocentric city. The menu changes seasonally, so the restaurant deserves repeat visits. You'll also want to dress for the occasion: Most men wear suits or jackets. If you'd prefer a more casual night out, try Olvera's spot at the hip Distrito Capital hotel in the Santa Fe area of town.

Open Mondays through Saturdays 1:30 to 5 pm and 7 to 11:30 pm.

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Great Modern Mexican Cuisine

I went to Pujol back in March 2013 and I enjoyed the overall experience. I ordered the Chef's menu, which I thought was priced reasonably for a Top 100... more


In the six years I have been dining at Pujol, Chef Enrique hasnever disappointed me in his culinary vision and eye-catching,unique complexity of dishes. The cuisine... more