The dinners will take place on October 23rd and 24th with the two chefs preparing a 12-course dinner that will be paired Dom Perignon champagne.
As expected, a dinner from one of the world’s most famous chefs doesn’t come cheap with a price tag of around $1,400 with a ten percent service charge.
Those attending will also receive a signed copy of the seven-volume set, elBulli 2005-2011, the last book from Adria.
There will also be a talk on gastronomy with guests given the chance to ask the chef their own questions.
Anyone looking for reservations should email [email protected].