After paying a visit to Castillo de Chapultepec that afternoon, I was quite hungry and it was not time for dinner yet, so I decided to have a little afternoon snack at Molino “El Pujol” before my reservation at Masala y Maiz later in the evening.
When planning my trip to Mexico City, I made sure to gather all the best places in my Mexico Google Maps. I don’t plan exactly when I’m gonna go somewhere and at what time but when I finished visiting Castillo de Chapultepec, I checked on my map and I noticed Molino “El Pujol”, which had been highly recommended by my friend Alisson, was a few blocks away from where I was.
Walking from Castillo de Chapultepec to La Condesa
As I was strolling towards the restaurant, I made a lot of photo stops since it was my first time in the Condesa neighbourhood. Along with Roma, these two areas are often regarded as the most architecturally significant. You’ll find lots of colourful houses and you’ll feel a very creative vibe throughout the area.
Afternoon snack at Molino “El Pujol”
When I arrived at Molino “El Pujol” I was very happy to see there was seats available. As this place is very popular, I recommend going outside of normal lunch hours, you’ll maximize your chances of getting a table.
Once I got in, I immediately ordered two tacos de aguacate with agua fresca de maíz tostado. Everything lived up to the hype. Freshly made tortillas, amazing people serving you great food; what more can one ask for?