Ferran Adrià reveals that he studied gastronomy in Madrid because they “didn't accept him” in Barcelona

Ferran Adrià reveals that he studied gastronomy in Madrid because they “didn't accept him” in Barcelona

The cook and Founder of PolyFerran Adrià revealed that he chose to promote Gastronomic University of Madrid – Madrid Culinary Campus (MACC) – because In Barcelona, ​​“they did not accept it.”. “I am saying this for the first time, I applied four or five times to be able to enter the Gastronomic University of Barcelona and they did not accept me because They thought it wasn't important“, confirmed Adrià on the Via Lliure program on RAC1 channel.

“The MACC is located at the Pontifical University of Comillas and I set it up with him Andoni Luis Adurizfrom the Mugaritz restaurant,” continued the respected chef, who also revealed his departure Give up To have a restaurant inSantiago Bernabeu Stadium. “I said no because Football and Barça are sacred“, confirmed Ferran Adrià.

At the same time, the founder of Bulli announced that on May 1st it will reopen to the public Bole Museumhe Polly 1846. “It's very important to preserve the legacy of what the restaurant was, so that in 50 or 100 years people can know what El Bulli is,” Adrià said aloud, reminding that Polypedia It is one of the many projects he has in hand. “It will be the first Great encyclopedia About gastronomy, creativity and innovation in the world,” noted the famous chef.

Ferran Adrià has always wanted to make it clear that El Bulli will never be a restaurant again, the restaurant that revolutionized everything at the end of the 90s, but which was opened and transformed into the world's first museum with the aim of “exciting” and “revealing” its heritage. That's why Reason defends that it is not an art museum but a “diffusion” museum.

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