In an interview last Friday (February 12th) Ferran Adriá informed that in December 2011 El Bulli will close for good. This was stated on the Diner’s Journal about dining out on the New York Times blog.
OK, so after the January announcement of the closure of two years I guess that we’re not that surprised about this news. But as Ferran Adrià is and for years has been such a huge source of inspiration to gastronomy, I wonder what the closure will mean for the whole culinary world. I’m interested in knowing if it will affect how people find gastronomical inspiration? Where will people be looking for inspiration? What do you think?