From foie gras noodles and liquid olives to air baguettes and mimetic peanuts, much of what elBulli chef Ferran Adria and his team created across their nearly 2,000 dishes defies transcription.
Spanish chef Ferran Adria in a restaurant in Hong Kong on April 2, 2013. Two years after closing the beachside Spanish restaurant El Bulli -- lauded as the world's best -- Adria says he is now focused on preserving its legacy for future generations. Adria, 50, is now turning his attention to cyberspace.
Two years after closing the beachside Spanish restaurant -- repeatedly lauded as the world's best by those lucky enough to have dined there -- Adria says he is now focused on preserving its legacy for future generations.
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