This whimsical exhibit exposes you to the future of food while enthralling you with the past. A nostalgic experience celebrating a historical restaurant that has paved the way and inspired chefs to break free of traditional techniques and progress into the future. Adrià describes the exhibit as, "A way to better understand the cooking and not the eating." In a interview by British food writer Tim Hayward, Adrià states,
"A project like elBulli needed to continue, but the only real way to continue for years and years was as a foundation."
This exhibit will be at the Somerset House through September 29th, 2013. Book your flights foodies, this is a good one!
"Cooking is a language, that can be used to communicate many things, some that you don't even understand."
Image Credits: Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images for Somerset House
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Tim Hayward and Ferran Adrià video interview: the guardian
ElBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food is at Somerset House from July 5th to September 29, 2013