Taking the sixth spot on Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants last year, a list ranked by Restaurant Magazine, Pujol shows why the awards will be moving to Mexico City for the next two years. Full of experimentation that is nevertheless tempered by an understated environment, Pujol is a perfect example of what Hispanics are preferring right now.
Pujol restaurant puts a spin on Mexican fare without losing touch with tradition and culture. Pujol also concentrates on keeping its dishes local, focusing on ingredients that come from Mexico's land, which are incredibly delicious, diverse and, of course, spicy. CTV News writes, "On an international scale, Krader noted that the pendulum is swinging away from Nordic and Scandinavian cuisine towards Latin America, a decidedly different culinary landscape punctuated by bold, complex flavors and spices."
Pujol Serves Gourmet Dishes in an Understated Dining Environment
1. Experimentation in Mexican Cuisine - Exploring new flavors and techniques in Mexican cooking while maintaining cultural authenticity.
2. Emphasis on Local Ingredients - Highlighting the use of locally sourced ingredients to create delicious and diverse Mexican dishes.
3. Growing Interest in Latin American Cuisine - Shifting culinary preferences towards bold flavors and spices found in Latin American dishes.
1. Restaurant and Food Service - Opportunity for restaurants to embrace experimentation and showcase local, flavorful ingredients in Mexican cuisine.
2. Food Supply and Distribution - Increased demand for locally sourced ingredients in Mexican cuisine presents growth potential for suppliers and distributors.
3. Culinary Tourism - Rising interest in Latin American cuisine creates opportunities for tourism companies to offer culinary experiences and travel packages.