There's a new top female chef, and she's the youngest ever crowned, reports NBC News. The World's Best 50 Restaurants has named 28-year-old Daniela Soto-Innes, who runs modern Mexican restaurants Cosme and Atla in New York City, for its annual honor. "I grew up with a line of really strong women that love to cook," Soto-Innes says of her childhood in Mexico City and Texas. "Mexican food for me has to have happiness and spice and it has to be fun," she continues. "You have to be happy when you’re making a mole or tamales—otherwise they won’t turn out." One of her mistakes, though, turned into one of her signature dishes—the "infladita," which means "inflated." "An infladita is the mistake when you fry a tortilla and it's the most beautiful mistake," Soto-Innes explains.