To anticipate the cuisine that will be served at ADMO, one has to imagine a crossroads between culinary paths and philosophies.
For Alain Ducasse, cooking is an unceasing quest for coherence between ingredients, know-how and places. He could have been an architect or a traveler. His vision as a chef borrows from both worlds, his inspiration.
Albert Adrià seeks the dish that hits the spot, the perfect flavor, the surprise. Creating surprise is at the heart of his approach to cooking, which draws on flawless technique and precision, the method.
For Romain Meder, cooking has become a philosophy. For him, the dishes are not worth as much as the project that surrounds and accompanies them. He wants to be the best link between an essentially perfect nature, producers whose talents are too often ignored, and food that he wants to be good for the planet as well as for his guests.
The junction of these three determined personalities will give us a unique vision of what author’s cuisine is today.
ADMO’s culinary project will continue the advances developed by the Naturality cuisine by seeking to reduce fat and sugar intake and raw materials of animal origin.