Jun 19, 2014
When Ferran Adria – one of the world's greatest chefs – was recently in Sydney for a day, I was lucky enough to get a chance to interview him.
In the car ride from the airport to his hotel, I got to ask him
about whether he actually eats plane food; we went into detail
about elBulli 2005-2011, his spectacular seven-book
set about the ground-breaking restaurant's last chapter; whether he
still considers himself a punk (he used to blow up tomatoes and
claim it was a "punky" phase he was going through); what he cooks
at home and what's next for elBulli.
Thanks to Phaidon and Kate & Co PR for making this interview possible.