This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in Malaysia. Typically I am not too worried about the virus but Pujol was so ridiculous with this that it absolutely destroyed the experience. They are both wonderful.... but as they say.... Highlight ist das Dessert im Garten des Restaurants. Jeder Gang...kommt in äußerst hoher Qualität, aber sehr klassisch, teilweise banal auf den Tisch. Planning a trip? They timed everything well and adjusted to how fast/slow guests were finishing their plates. Starter: Salbut with wild mushrooms confit. Ein...echtes Highlight meines Besuches in der Stadt.Mehr. The multi award winning Mexican restaurant Pujol specializes in delectable Mexican Cuisine as a molecular gastronomy. Please see my Quintonil review, which will help explain this review of Pujol. If you are a potential client, I would be aware of this especially if you are in a high risk group and at the minimum ask for a seat outside or in the corner near the entrance / exit.More, When you are meant to be the best Mexican restaurant in the world the bar is set extremely high . They ended up charging us the full amount which was fine. You never know about traffic in Mexico City. Quintonil Chef Jorge Vallejo opened Quintonil in 2012 and previously worked at Pujol, mentored by Chef Enrique Olvera. If you can have one meal while in Mexico City go to Quintonil, if you can have two; then by all means go to Pujol as well. Wir haben Menü gegessen. A most have experience in Mexico.More, Overall it was a very good experience. One of the reasons for our trip to Mexico City was the food and we were not disappointed! Also, based on how I felt afterwards, I’d say the volume of food for the tasting menu at Astrid & Gaston was higher. Das erinnerte an ein Wirtshaus. The inside was cozy and inviting, modern and organic all at once. I'm an omnivore by definition and this was probably the best plant-based meal I've ever had. Deshalb ist es sehr hektisch die Teller werden beim letzten Bissen schon abgeräumt und dann soll man so bald wie möglich gehen damit die nächsten Gäste...die schon draussen warten den Tisch bekommen könnenMehr, Wenn man das "Pujol" erst einmal gefunden hat, kan man sich in den bequemen Stühlen sofort entspannen und bereits die Auswahl der Speisen genießen. Nur werden heute die Tische 2 mal pro Abend belegt . I would go back to either, but as a solo diner I think I preferred Pujol a little more because it was smaller. Worth the visit but don’t set your hopes too high .More. Pujol has been open since 2000. war sehr gut. Build more barriers and space out the seats. Service was ok drinks take forever and the extremely sweet waitress kept apologizing for the incompetent bar tenders . Pujol’s reservations are available about six or seven months in advance (I made ours almost four months in advance) and Quintonil’s reservations are available 60 days prior. Come find inspiration to live your best life! desserts. Since it was the first dinner of our trip and we had watched the Chef’s Table episode again right before the trip, we were low-key thrilled about our impending experience. I have no doubt that if one person had COVID all of us would be infected. Pujol Chef Enrique Olvera recently opened Molino el Pujol, a tortilleria with a menu of tacos, in Mexico City. The pairings are additional. © 2020 Fearless Captivations - All Rights Reserved. I made a comment to both the waiter and the manager, and after a back and forth discussion during which they told us that they weren’t open seats because it was a full house, they finally moved us. Aus europäischer absolut Top das Preis-/Leistungsverhätnis für ein Oberklasserestaurant. This dish was another favorite. Bei unserem Vier-Gänge-Menu war jeder einzelne Gang eine bzw. Entrees: Mole with vegetable. Das Essen war super toll der Service auch. kommt in äußerst hoher Qualität, aber sehr klassisch, teilweise banal auf den Tisch. Typically I am not too worried about the virus but Pujol was so ridiculous with this that it absolutely destroyed the experience. I was definitely not a fan of the green ceviche but all the other plates were very tasty and offered an interesting combination of flavours. One thing I didn’t like were the choices on the tasting menu. I somehow feel that Pujol is resting on it's past reputation. Anise infladita, chocolate, praline. Both restaurants have lunch and dinner options. I was looking at this a few weeks ago as of 8/2017 it's M$1835,or about US$103 for their tasting menu before drinks. It really is unethical for such a highly regarded and expensive restaurant. At this point in my Pujol restaurant review, I'm going to let the photos do the talking. I wore my usual jeans and a t-shirt. At the end we were even offered to take a look in the kitchen.