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People sitting at tables inside Eno, a sparsely-decorated restaurant in Mexico City

Eno Museo Jumex



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Enrique Olvera is arguably Mexico’s most famous chef, and there’s an outpost of his casual Eno franchise on the ground floor of Museo Jumex. The open-air atmosphere matches the architecture of the museum itself, which houses a large permanent collection of modern art and rotating installations. If you come by in the morning, get the enchiladas rojas rellenas de quesillo, and if you’re there during the afternoon or evening, go with the torta de milanesa: a breaded chicken breast draped with cheese, avocado, and tomato. Add a paloma and a slice of the four-cheese cake for dessert.

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