Xokol restaurant by ODAmx and Rubén Valdez celebrates “collective ritual” of eating

Mexican architects ODAmx and Rubén Valdez have designed a restaurant with an ash-coloured interior inside a former mechanic’s workshop in Guadalajara.

Now located in the Mexican city’s Santa Tere neighbourhood, Xokol began in 2017 within a small space that housed just four tables and room for 16 diners.

Xokol occupies a former mechanic’s workshop that has been converted into a restaurant

In 2020, the restaurant relocated to this larger building, where the aim was to preserve as much of the intimacy and connection between the diners and chefs as possible.

“Xokol is a restaurant in which the act of eating becomes a collective ritual,” said ODAmx and Rubén Valdez in

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