Ferran Adria to Close El Bulli in 2012 & 2013

Thu, Feb 11, 2010


Ferran Adria to Close El Bulli in 2012 & 2013

If you’ve been following any food news, you may have heard that El Bulli, considered by many to be the world’s best eatery, will be closing its doors in 2012 for two years.

In an article done by CNN, Ferran Adria said, “As the years pass, it gets more difficult to create, because so much has already been created. So I decided we needed to do something radical.” Something radical, meaning closing the doors to the 3 star Michelin restaurant  to find more inspiration by traveling and learning.

An interview done with The Wall Street Journal, Adria has stated that he plans to teach courses on the science of cooking at Harvard this fall, covering “Everything that has gotten us to where we are today in the kitchen — the relationship between physics and cooking.”

Good luck on getting a reservation, the restaurant says a million people compete for just 6,700 reservations a year to have dinner. Located in Catalonia, Spain,  El Bulli Restaurant is open for only 6 months, from June to December for this year and the next before it will be closed for a renewal in creativity. This of course will make the chance getting a reservation in the next couple of years probably even more unattainable!

Photo by Santiromero.

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