Alain Ducasse (pictured) and Albert Adrià talk about their Paris  pop-up, ADMO, a 100-day collaboration. Photo: Stephane Grangier/Corbis via Getty Images
Alain Ducasse (pictured) and Albert Adrià talk about their Paris pop-up, ADMO, a 100-day collaboration. Photo: Stephane Grangier/Corbis via Getty Images

Alain Ducasse and Albert Adrià’s Paris pop-up ADMO the ‘future of fine dining’, say chefs of their 100-day collaboration

  • Many of the world’s top restaurants closed down during the pandemic, including some run by Ducasse and Adrià
  • The chefs talk about their ambitious Parisian pop-up ADMO, the 15-course, US$430 tasting menu, and their surprising future plans

Topic |   Food and Drinks
Alain Ducasse (pictured) and Albert Adrià talk about their Paris  pop-up, ADMO, a 100-day collaboration. Photo: Stephane Grangier/Corbis via Getty Images
Alain Ducasse (pictured) and Albert Adrià talk about their Paris pop-up, ADMO, a 100-day collaboration. Photo: Stephane Grangier/Corbis via Getty Images
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