When Enrique Olvera opened the doors of Pujol in 2000, Mexican gastronomy began to doubt its traditional course in order to pursue a higher culinary standard. Pujol stands in the 16th place within The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. We wish we could recommend a particular dish; however, its daily changing menu makes us be willing for surprises. This review was made upon a liquid “taco placero” (a drinkable traditional taco), a deconstructed “taco al pastor” (delicious and way healthier than its street food counterpart) and lambribs.
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