El Bulli is one of the world’s most famous restaurants located two hours north of Barcelona. And after more than 45 years, it’s closing its doors. 20 years ago, chef and owner Ferran Adria introduced what’s called “Molecular Gastronomy” – food full of foams, spheres and liquid nitrogen. Known for his innovative culinary style, he’s had a huge influence on the avant-garde culinary world. Correspondent Evelyn Maturana was one of the lucky few who dined there before it closed. She takes us behind the scenes and finds out what’s next for this famous chef.
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