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ALBERT ADRIA

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(1) Wagyu potato cube at Albert Adria and Andre Chiang's four hands event

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(2) Squid with caviar

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(3) Ume plum and dried mango petit fours

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(4) Olives

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(5) Chef Adria and his team

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(6) Interior of Enigma restaurant Barcelona

Sibling Revelry

Ferran may be his more famous brother, but Albert Adria is happy charting his own culinary path
Aug 12, 2017 5:50 AM

BEHIND every successful man is - his brother?

 You can't mention Albert Adria's name without instinctively appending it to his more famous sibling Ferran - the culinary king of the world in the years when his restaurant elBulli dominated the bucket lists of every crazed food-lover.

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