elBulli, another review from the New York Times

4 Feb 2011 - Reviews and ratings of El Bulli, a restaurant in Girona, Spain, from The New York Times.

Frommer's Review

Chef Ferran Adrià is hailed as the most exciting chef in Spain. The press has dubbed him the "Salvador Dalí of the kitchen" because of his creative approach to cookery. Joël Robuchon, hailed as the world's best chef before his retirement in Paris, has announced that Adrià is the best chef in the world (Photo Flicker: Langoustine Air).

Adrià operates his luxe eatery in the little hamlet of Roses, but many of the most discerning palates in Catalonia seek out this restaurant. Michelin grants it three stars, an accolade most often reserved for the top restaurant of Paris. El Bulli, which means "innovative" in Spanish, lives up to its name.

Most guests order a 12-course tasting menu finer than any you'll be served in Barcelona's top restaurants. You never know what's going to appear, but you can expect the most delightful surprises, based on the season's finest produce. One dish alone should give Adrià culinary immortality: his lasagna of calamari.

Travel + Leisure has hailed El Bulli as "the world's most outrageously creative kitchen," and we concur.

Source: NYTimes Travel Magazine
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Acerca del autor

el Bulli Foundación es una institución ecológica dedicada a la gastronomía de la mano del chef Ferran Adrià, situada en en Cala Montjoi, Roses, Girona, España.