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This restaurant is ranked #11 in the 50 best restaurants in the world and is the nearest Mexican restaurant to #1, so does that make it the best restaurant in Mexico?!

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  1. Thanks a LOT!! im Mexican, and I've been thinking a lot to make a reservation for Pujol or Quintonil! (Maybe both if the money allows haha), but I think I'm going first to Quintonil, thanks a lot for your review!!! appreciate the good content!

  2. Chico Zapote is the fruit of the Chicle tree, this tree is where the chewing gum was first take out.
    "Thomas Adams (May 4, 1818 – February 7, 1905) was a 19th-century American scientist and inventor who is regarded as a founder of the chewing gum industry. He eventually joined with well-known chewing gum maker William Wrigley, Jr. The Wrigley's Chewing Gum Factory was built on Staten Island in 1909 when local chemist Louis A. Dreyfus enhanced the product.
    Adams conceived the idea while working as a secretary to former Mexican leader Antonio López de Santa Anna, who chewed a natural gum called chicle. Adams first tried to formulate the gum into a rubber suitable for tires. When that didn't work, he made the chicle into a chewing gum called Chiclets, which is still produced today.[1][2]

  3. Totally need to add this place to my list for next trip for sure. The entire meal looked insane!! Totally cracked up with the drop the mic moment for the dessert 😄 Oh btw On my last trip to CDMX in March the first stop from the airport was your guidebook recommendation of Guzina Oaxaca in Polanca and it was such a great time! Thanks a ton for all the Mexico info and tips!

  4. Realmente interesante! Es bueno saberlo!! 🇲🇽🐐🌶🇺🇸🇲🇽🐐🌶🇺🇸🇲🇽🐐🇺🇸🌶OBVIO MI LIKE!

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