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Watch a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Albert Adrià's Pakta

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Pakta, a Japanese-Pervuian restaurant by Albert and Ferran Adrià, debuted to much fanfare in Barcelona in March 2013 (it was the first restaurant opened by the brothers following the closing of ElBulli).

But for those who haven't had the chance to holiday in Spain yet, here's a video that sums up the dining experience, from the historical roots of Japanese/Peruvian fusion cuisine to placing chopsticks on tables, all the way up to the tweezers that place finishing touches on chefs Albert Adrià, Kyoko Ii, and Jorge Muñoz's dishes. (Subtext: Get ready for glamour shots of nigiri, tomato chalaca, and colorful ceviche.) Go, watch:

Video: Video Pakta, Albert & Ferran Adrià

· Video Pakta, Albert & Ferran Adrià [Vimeo via @ElizabethOnFood]
· All Albert Adrià Coverage on Eater [-E-]


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