I go back to my memories of a dinner in Paris at ADMO, the ephemeral restaurant, quoting its creators, unthinkable until a few months before, and fleeting because it will only last 100 days, the last service being on the 3rd of March. This soon appeared to be a very short time, so much so that on New Year's Eve they offered a menu that escaped the structure designed at the beginning of this adventure. It's basically a gemstone set for little over three months on the terrace of the Musée du Quai Branly, in a restaurant with a charming name: Les Ombres.
The five faces and five souls of ADMO in Paris. Left to right: Jessica Préalpato, Albert Adrà, Vincent Chaperon, Alain Ducasse and Romain Meder
Lobster, beetroot and chinotto at ADMO in Paris
Cauliflower, Mexican mole and monkfish liver from ADMO in Paris
Translated into English by Slawka G. Scarso
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born in Milan in March 1955, at Il Giornale for 31 years dividing himself between sports and food, since 2004 he's the creator and curator of Identità Golose.