Albert Adrià was born in 1969.
In 1985, he decided not to continue studying and, thanks to his brother Ferran, who introduced him into the world of gastronomy, he began to work at El Bulli.
After two years of apprenticeship and training, Albert Adrià decided to specialise in patisserie, which became his great passion and for which he would take responsibility as head pastry chef for 10 years.
During the winter season, when El Bulli closed its doors, Albert Adrià continued his training in patisserie at some of the most prestigious pastry establishments in the country, such as Turull in Terrasa, Escribá in Barcelona and Totel in Valencia. He also complemented his training with a month and a half with Guy Savoy in Paris.
In 1997, he produced his first book, Los postres de El Bulli, which won first prize at the Perigueux Gourmet Book Fair.
In 2008, Albert Adrià left El Bulli to focus on his new restaurant, Inopia.
After opening Inopia, he launched another restaurant, Tickets, bringing a new vision of the world of tapas, with a light-hearted, informal approach. In this new project with Tickets, Albert Adrià enjoys the support of his brother, Ferran, and the Iglesias brothers, of the Rías de Galicia restaurant in Barcelona.