Mexico City is a hub for great street food and fine dining.
Street food is readily available, just about everywhere, on the streets and in the open-air markets that sell whatever you need. It’s cheap and it’s delicious.
Fine dining is another option, but it’s expensive. Our dinner at Pujol, the brainchild of Enrique Olvera, was haute cuisine at its best.
Pujol, a contemporary, sleek, restaurant, pays homage to traditional Mexican flavours and textures. But it refines and elevates them to new heights, amidst a stylish presentation.
The food is exquisite. The restaurant has been named one of the top 12 in the world.