El Bulli is back and is set to open its doors in 15 June 2023. Legendary Catalan chef Ferran Adrià has reopened his world famous el Bulli concept eight years after it closed. However, instead of serving food, ‘elBulli1846’ acts as a museum of culinary innovation.
The restaurant famed for its molecular gastronomy avant-garde approach to culinary art held three Michelin stars and won the top accolade in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants a record five times.
The Bulli now functions as a laboratory and “museum of culinary innovation”, rather than a restaurant. It is an exhibition space and lab dedicated to study, research and experimentation to build knowledge about “both basic and applied efficiency in innovation”.
The elBulli1846 is situated on the site of the original El Bulli restaurant in Roses, Cala Montjoi, on Catalonia’s Costa Brava.