Who doesn’t enjoy getting dressed up and enjoying a special celebratory meal every now and again? Whilst most of us are happy to ‘splash out’ on a gourmet meal in a high-end restaurant once or twice a year, what if I told you that your meal would cost the equivalent of your monthly paycheck or even a weekend getaway with your partner?!
Without further ado, I present you with the 10 most expensive meals around the world (Hint: some of us may need to win the jackpot to pay for some of these fine dining experiences!)
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives ($320 per person)
10 feet below the Indian Ocean and surrounded by corals and sea life, you will feast on truffle dumplings, lobster, and duck in one of the most beautiful restaurants in the world.
Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, New York City ($330 for the tasting menu)
This restaurant is inspired by Japanese cuisine and French techniques. The menu is focused on seafood and shellfish and presided over by chef César Ramirez.
Restaurant Crissier, Switzerland ($375 for the fixed price menu)
This highly rated restaurant is located in an idyllic setting. The menu offers a wide array of dishes including suckling lamb, purple sea urchin, and wild turbot.
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, Paris ($425 for the price fixed menu)
Alain Ducasse is known for using beautiful, fresh produce to produce traditional French food with a Mediterranean twist.
Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas ($425 the Degustation Menu)
The rich and varied menu includes caramelized quail, sweet bread, and seared duck foie gras.
Ultraviolet, Shanghai ($450 fixed price menu)
Ultraviolet is the brainchild of French chef Paul Pairet. Eating at this restaurant is a once in a lifetime full-sensory experience. The 20-course meal includes a light show, themed music and the diner’s names projected onto the table.
Kitcho, Kyoto- Japan ($475 fixed priced menu)
The 10-course meal includes two separate sashimi sections as well as grilled and steamed dishes.
Restaurant Guy Savoy, Monnaie de Paris ($525 fixed price menu)
Gut Savoy, the three Michelin starred chef offers an 18-course fixed menu that includes delicacies such as roasted lobster and artichoke soup with black truffle.
Masa, New York City ($595 fixed price menu)
Chef Masa Tamayaka offers $595 worth of high-end sushi. Sure, you can probably enjoy a great sushi dinner for a fraction of the price but you are unlikely to find sushi presented in quite the same way anywhere else in the world.
Sublimotion, Ibiza, Spain ($1,850 per person)
Sublimotion opened in 2014 by the Michelin starred chef, Paco Roncero. The tasting menu is comprised of 15-20 dishes over the course of three hours and combines food, art, and technology.
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