We are really disappointed that we haven’t been able to make it this summer to the Art of Food exhibition in London, but fellow blogger The Trishaw did so we have reblogged their review here for you to see – only 3 days left if you want to go so hurry!

The Trishaw

Finally, I made it to the elBulli: Ferran Adria and the Art of Food exhibition which was launched in July. It is a very well curated exhibition showing the progress of elBulli from the start of being a minigolf installation founded by Dr Hans Schilling and his wife Marketta, to being a Beach Bar and finally the Michelin 3-star culinary restaurant known worldwide and where all foodie aspires to dine in.

Ferran Adria the Art of FoodEntrance of the exhibition

BullielBulli was named after the founder’s bulldog, Bulli

Ferran Adria joined elBulli in 1984 when it was already a Michelin 1-star restaurant headed by Jean-Louis Neichel. Ferran Adria later became head chef in 1987 where they later achieved the 2nd Michelin star in 1990 and progressed on to its 3rd in 1997. He is a culinary genius and an icon who has created a new style cuisine, many worships.

This exhibition presents the evolution of elBulli…

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