Top 9 Most Expensive Restaurants in the World
These places are not meant for people with little money. Here the food is so expansive that you can literally get a headache, but not only it is cooked by professional cooks, served in expensive china and brought to you by kind and gallant waters, it can be consumed in places with views that would take your breath away. These restaurants are minding so much about their exterior and interior, as well as every detail that from flowers to silver wear. Some of them are selling their carefully cooked food for guests that patiently waited to get their reservation for over two or three months. Most of these places aren’t extremely big, and some of them don’t have more than a dozen of seats.
There might be much more than just ten super expensive places to eat, but these are some of the most expensive restaurants around the world that made place on this list.
#1. Sublimotion, Ibiza, Spain
You will not believe that this place who has only 12 (twelve!) seats will offer food to its guest for crazy 1506 Euros (2078$) per meal. The menu isn’t yet revealed, but you will have to be awfully rich to eat food that costs as much as Manhattan rent.
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#2. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester is Located in London, this restaurant is led by the French chef Jocelyn Herland, this place will offer you a seven course menu for the price of 301$ (180 Pounds) per person. Of course here are not counted the drinks, like wine.
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#3. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, The Maldives
The unique experience to have your meal in a tunnel under the water while fish swim over your head and by your table will cost you around 320$. The menu consist modern European food. Of course you can taste Maldivian lobster carpaccio with reef fish caviar to Black Angus beef tenderloin.
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#4. Restaurant Le Meurice, Paris
This place is Alain Ducasse’s properties, is decorated in the famous Versailles castle style. You will definitely feel like royalty if you have a chance to eat here, but also the price would remind you that only very rich people can pay for the five-course collection menu that costs 380 Euros (524 $). If you can afford it, don’t forget to try truffled guinea fowl pie or veal sweetbreads with salsify, or a selection of cheeses and desserts.
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#5. Maison Pic, Valence, France
If you can afford to eat a meal for 442 dollars (320 Euros), then you should definitely visit this three star kitchen run by the chef Anne-Sophie Pic. Not only this is one of only six restaurants run by women chef, but it also she and her team of chefs will offer you a nine-course meal that among the other delicious things consists avory bon-bons filled with lightly smoked, spice-infused watercress consommé, while the next might feature young Drome goat marinated in aromatic herbs and Chartreuse.
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#6. Masa, New York
The chef Masa Takayama will offer you crazy and undeniably delicious taste only if you can pay 450 dollars for his cooked master pieces. Guest that have eaten here say that the seafood is a must try if you happen to decide to treat your gums.
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#7. Per Se, New York
Even though guests pay 310 dollars per meal, this place is always booked weeks and months earlier, because it seems to be one of those favorite expensive restaurants for the wealthy New Yorkers and visitors from other places. What is the best to try? Probably Thomas Keller’s oysters and pearls.
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#8. Aragawa, Tokyo
Food lovers from around the world are gathering in this luxurious Japanese restaurant. They will have to pay between 284 and 341 dollars per meal if they decide to order from the prix fixe menu.
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#9. Kitcho, Kyoto, Japan
Another Japanese expensive restaurant, but the prices that a guest should pay for a meal are practically double more expensive. 600 dollars is the price of the kaiseki which is a style of dining of carefully conceived and executed Japanese fare. This restaurant is run by third generation chef, Kunio Tuuoka who prepares elegant places on which he puts seasonal and local ingredients like hamo (which is a Japanese conger eel) and ayu (sweetfish).
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