(AP) You've eaten at the restaurant or probably you haven't. Now visit the exhibition.
Spanish chef Ferran Adria, the man behind the late, lamented elBulli restaurant, is bringing an exhibition dedicated to the art and science of his experimental brand of cooking to London.
The show, which was visited by 650,000 people during a year-long run in Barcelona, will be on display from July 5 to Sept. 29 at London's Somerset House.
"ElBulli: Ferran Adria and the Art of Food" includes sketches, menus, film, photographs and even plasticine models of food, showing how Adria's distinctive style of "molecular gastronomy" was created.
The one thing missing is real food, but Adria is unapologetic. He said Thursday that "if you go to the Barcelona football team museum, you don't play football."