16 expert reviews
“Pujol is one of Mexico City’s most talked about restaurants, often appearing on top of lists of the city's best dining spots—and with good reason.”
"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."
"Some dishes are themselves deconstructed, requiring your server to quietly explain in which order you should eat each component. And the tableware complements the food."
"Arguably Mexico’s best haute cuisine restaurant, Pujol offers a contemporary take on classic Mexican dishes in a smartly minimalist setting." Full review
"The six-course tasting menu with four accompanying wines is a bargain, and gives you a good representation of the style of the house." Full review
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"A modest room in Mexico City’s swanky Polanco district is home to the country’s finest restaurant, housing just 13 tables in an elegantly minimalist and moody monochrome setting." Full review