The secrets behind the best restaurant in the world
Thursday, September 27, 2012/
It served 47-course dinners and was so fiendishly difficult to get in that people eager to eat there had an estimated 0.08% chance of getting a reservation the same year.
El Bulli in Spain was an interesting business, as well as culinary, case study in how to create a top brand desired by people around the world.
The restaurant may have closed down last year, but a new documentary sheds light on the secrets behind El Bulli’s success.
Favourite fact: El Bulli took all of its bookings on a single day of the year, with 8,000 diners plucked from two million requests.
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