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The new location of one of Mexico City's most celebrated restaurants.

After 17 years on Calle Francisco Petrarca, Mexico City’s beloved Pujol restaurant has moved. As part of a contemporary wave in Mexican food, chef Enrique Olvera still simultaneously honors and reinterprets the country’s traditional cuisine.

Pujol’s new space—minimal yet intimate—provides a lively and relaxed backdrop to the realm of fine dining. The interior, with its subtle elegance, is an inspired reflection of Olvera’s cooking.

Pujol
Tennyson 133, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc
11550 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Mexico

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