El Bulli Serves Final Meal

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In this March 30, 2011 file photo, Spanish chef Ferran Adria as he speaks on the phone in his restaurant elBulli in Roses, Spain. El Bulli, one of the world's most acclaimed and award-winning eateries, is preparing to serve its last supper before closing.

El Bulli went out with a bang: The "world's best restaurant," as the establishment in northeastern Spain is often called, served 50 dishes on its final menu Sunday, including "Clam Meringue," "Olive Spheres," and "Hot Cold Gin Fizz." Chef Ferran Adrià has no regrets. "People think I should be sad, but I feel the happiest man in the world," he said. "El Bulli is not closing. It's just transforming." The famous chef hopes to turn it into a culinary foundation by 2014.