SPANISH super-chefs the Adria brothers have announced they will be opening up a new restaurant in Ibiza next year.
The hedonistic party island is becoming a food capital, with Paco Roncero recently opening Sublimotion at the Hard Rock Ibiza, where dinner sets you back €1,500.
Ferran Adria was formerly the head chef at the three Michelin-starred El Bulli restaurant on the Costa Brava.
The brothers’ new venture is set to be in the Casino de Ibiza on the beachfront, and will be an ‘international and multidisciplinary affair’.
While they claim it will not charge ‘elitist prices’, it is still going to be a great deal more than just a restaurant.
Open for six months a year, they hope to serve 1,000 people a day in a spectacular interactive environment.
“It will be a cultural-artistic funfair for adults,” said Albert Ferran, who did not give much else away.
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