elBulli: Ferran Adria and the Art of Food – exhibition in London in July

Ferran Adrià is heading to London and offering an exhibition that explores two areas in which he is extremely well-versed: the art of science and food. The intricacies of his experimental style of cooking and the molecular gastronomy that catapulted him to fame will be on display for all to see. Whether you’ve eaten as his … Continue reading

Pakta by Albert and Ferran Adria will be open in March

Originally scheduled to open in January, the new Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant by the Adria brothers will open in early March. Called Pakta, the restaurant will serve a cuisine called nikkei. It will be located in Barcelona, next door to Tickets, which is operated by Albert Adria. So far, Pakta will seat 30 and will feature … Continue reading

San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2011

Yesterday S. Pellegrino released their fairly well-regarded annual list of the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants,” and for the second year in a row, René Redzepi’s Noma is on top. Two new restaurants made the top ten: Alex Attala’s D.O.M. in Sao Paolo, Brazil and Iñaki Azpitarte’s Le Chateaubriand is Paris. Making way for the newcomers in the top ten are Daniel Boulud’s New … Continue reading

Are you a part of the history of elBulli?

Now that elBulli, top spanish restaurant and one of the top restaurants worldwide, is slated to close in 2012/13, the restaurant is trying to compile as complete a history of itself as possible. ElBulli has already got to be the best-documented restaurant in the world, but up until now, all the attention has been on … Continue reading