In short, this Spanish-cuisine palace will be run by three royals of the food world, and it'll be far less intimidating than the words "molecular gastronomy."
The food hall will feature three restaurants: "a rice-specialized restaurant, a Basque-style grill house, maybe even a traditional Catalan 'granja,' in which you can have a hot chocolate with the classic old-style cakes," Albert Adrià told Eater. He added that we should also expect a market space with stands set up for different products, plus a counter space for a gastronomic bar.
In a follow up with Eater Adrià added, "It's our homage to the Spanish cuisine... I can tell you there will be three restaurants and smaller places to taste Spanish specialties, mostly tapas. It will serve coca, the mostly unknown Spanish pizza, which we intend to put on the world's food map, churros, and other Spanish sweet pastries. We will also have a world-class tapas bar, a jamon bar, and a tortilla stand to eat there or to go."