Local and seasonal produce, modern techniques and ever-evolving innovative combinations.
Two chefs who live more than 10,000 km apart but who share values, a premise and the same concepts.On October 16, Jorge Vallejo and Alejandra Flores will open Quintonil's doors (Nº 24, World's 50 Best Restaurant) to receive one of the most brilliant representatives of modern Russian cuisine: Vladimir Mukhin, chef at White Rabbit (Nº 13, World's 50 Best Restaurants), a powerful and bold restaurant located under a glass dome in the 16th floor of a building in Moscow.
Make a reservation to enjoy this unique experience that brings together 2 chefs of the World's 50 Best Restaurants.
Place: Mexico City
Address: 55 Newton St., Polanco
Time: 8:00 PM
Four-hand menu coordinated by chefs Jorge Vallejo (Mexico) and Vladimir Mukhin (Moscow, Russia) $5,000 (Mexican pesos)
(CDMX, MEXICO) - Quintonil (Nº 24, World's 50 Best Restaurants)
He opened Quintonil with the aim of developing a cuisine focused on knowledge and treatment of Mexican ingredients, and techniques that represent and transform him. The restaurant's proposal puts focus on produce quality and taste, working closely with local producers.The chef is accompanied by Alejandra Flores, his wife and partner, who is in charge of the communication between the kitchen and the dining room, on the basis of hospitality and a high-quality service. Together, they ensure a full experience at Quintonil, which is located in the neighborhood of Polanco.
VLADIMIR MUKHIN (MOSCOW, RUSSIA) Chef at White Rabbit (Nº13, World's 50 Best Restaurants)
"The Best Young Chef of Russia" and "Vice-Champion of international competition of young Chefs St. Pellegrino Cooking Cup" in 2013.
Since becoming part of the "World's Best Restaurants" list in 2014, White Rabbit has climbed positions and is currently N°13 in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list.
Mukhin began his cooking career when he was only 12 years old, working with his father, who was also a chef. He has worked in the best kitchens of France, Spain and Japan, and has become an icon of modern Russian cuisine. Today, both chef and restaurant are internationally recognized, and have become even more popular after the unforgettable episode of "Chef's Table".