Enrique Olvera is probably the most well-known Mexican chef outside Mexico. His restaurant Pujol is No. 20 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list and No. 6 in the Latin America list, he has already expanded within the country with three Eno coffee shops in the capital and a restaurant in the coastal resort of Playa del Carmen, and now he has opened his first location in New York.
Cosme, named after a market he used to visit as a child, was two years in the making and finally sprung to life in Manhattan’s Flatiron District at the end of 2014. Here Olvera discusses the challenges of opening a restaurant outside his home country.
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