Within Mexico, Olvera is a already superstar. And like Keller, he is also very humble and soft-spoken. He cooks for passion, not for fame. When I met him in April, I asked, “It’s been 10 years, Enrique. You’ve been very successful. Why haven’t you opened another restaurant?” And he looked me in the eyes and said, very self-assured: “One restaurant is all I need. It is all I want.” But he said it with a smirk on his face. At the time, I didn’t think any more of it. But little did I know at that moment, he was holding back a huge secret. One week after our meeting, I received a press release announcing that he would be taking control of Moxi restaurant at Hotel Matilda in San Miguel de Allende. And something else I just learned this week, which hasn’t yet been widely reported: When Matilda opens its second hotel, in Queretero sometime next year, Olvera will oversee the restaurant there, too.