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El Bulli has been called the best restaurant in the world and Ferran Adrià, its creator, deemed a brilliant innovator, the father of molecular gastronomy, or sometimes just a crazy chef. The restaurant, located outside of Barcelona, closes each year for 6 months, as Adrià and staff sequester themselves to concentrate on creating the new culinary wonders that will become their next 30-course menu. (The restaurant accommodates only 50 for dinner, despite two million annual requests for reservations.)
This is cooking as avant-garde art: a cocktail composed of hazelnut oil, salt and water or a dessert of freeze-dried peppermint and ice shavings. Surrounded by bizarre, high-tech equipment, elaborate containers, chopping blocks and knives, they experiment with making mushroom juice and sweet potato meringue. Gereon Wetzel’s elegant, observational documentary captures the razor-sharp, science-fiction sensibility at work. Adrià exclaims: “The more bewilderment, the better.”
Other Language(s): Spanish
209 West Houston Street
(between Avenue of the Americas and Varick Street)
New York, NY 10014
Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M trains to West 4th Street; 1 to Houston Street