If you like pretentious waiters, a noisy room, and mostly average offerings at premium prices, the Pujol is for you. Granted, foodies can probably find something here to write home about. But we were not so lucky. For starters, a drunk held forth, profanity and all, from an adjoining table. He must have been one of the owners; no one from the Pujol staff made any effort to reign him in. A true world class establishment would have known what to do. As for the food, we found it attractively presented but, with a couple of exceptions, lacking in culinary distinction. Of course, that may have been because we found it hard to truly tell with only two bites per course. If large portion sizes offend you, worry not here. If the cuisine is not yet ready for top billing, one could not tell by the wait staff. In the best 5-Star stereotype, all but one were impatient to the point of rudeness.
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