Something that the riches and famous always loves to spend their money and heart on is a fantastic meal. After all who doesn’t love exquisite food. Of course when you are a millionaire or a billionaire, the world is literally an oyster when it comes to picking up a venue for a fantastic meal. And we are going to tell you about 10 most expensive restaurants in the world.
1. Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville ($532)
Here the French menu option clocks in at eleven courses for around $532 and that price will go up when you add a bottle from the restaurant’s 40-page wine list. Late chef Benoît and his wife Brigitte Violier were the first to have earned the coveted three Michelin stars for Hôtel de Ville but chef Franck Giovannini, who is now at the helm, has managed to keep the distinctions status quo with Celtic sea scallops, Alpine goat and wild turbot on the menu.
2. Guy Savoy ($626)
Started in 2015, as a shop by the chef in the Hôtel de la Monnaie
, situated on the banks of the Seine. Prices at Guy Savoy
starts at around $300
for the a la carte menu and goes up to $490 for the set, which offers a whole-roasted barbecued pigeon, oyster concassé and monkfish among aubergine caviar with sautéed ceps.
3. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant ($435)
Conrad Rangali Island, Maldives
is the world’s first all-glass underwater restaurant, located five metres below sea level in Maldives. It is a visual as well as hunger feast. The panoramic view of this restaurant allows customers to dine while witnessing the underwater world. The four-course lunch and six-course dinner menu are largely contemporary European in style and cost anywhere from $220 to $435, without drinks.
4. Per Se ($442)
New York, United States of America
World renowned chef Thomas Keller’s restaurant Per Se
nods subtly to The French Laundry
; the decorative blue door at the main entrance is styled after the one at The French Laundry. The restaurant is hushed and intimate and all of the 19 tables enjoy a view of Columbus Circle and Central Park. Two tasting menus are offered daily: a nine-course chef’s tasting menu as well as a nine-course vegetable tasting menu. Both menus cost US$442.
5. Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée ($603)
The French legendary chef Alain Ducasse revamped his restaurant at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée
in 2014 and the sheer glamour should be enough to recommend Alain Ducasse’s
most lofty Paris undertaking. The dining room ceiling decorated with 10,000 crystals and cutlery created in the 1970’s by Roger Tallon is reedited for the restaurant. Main courses here will set diners back $135 to $192 and a menu of three half dishes, cheese and dessert will cost $603. Drinks not included.
6. Masa ($595)
New York, United States of America
In Masa a tasting menu costs $595 per head, not including beverages and tax. Masa
is often called America’s most expensive restaurant. Reservations for the 26-seater restaurant are taken three weeks in advance and it is said that chef Masa Takayama prepares the menu himself, featuring fresh fish and Kobe beef flown right out from Japan.
This 12-seat restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel
charges a $1852 per head for its 20-course dinner. It open only during the island’s summer season (June 1 to September 30), SubliMotion
offers diners an immersive, culinary-entertainment experience, which includes virtual reality elements, laser light shows, and projection mapping in a room. Think about edible entrance tickets, a variety of seafood cooked in a shell and a DIY salad that guests pick from vegetables that appear to be growing out of the table.
8.Kitcho Arashiyama Honten ($505)
This three Michelin-starred Kitcho Arashiyama Honten is temple to many of Kyoto kaiseki cuisine. Chef Kunio Tokuoka is at the helm here, taking over where his grandfather left off. The restaurant is styled in the fashion of a tea ceremony house, with tatami mats and low tables overlooking beautiful gardens. And the dishes served here are premium and seasonal, which is the cornerstone of kaiseki.
9. Maison Pic ($375)
Chef Anne-Sophie Pic holds the distinction of being one of six female chefs in the world to run a Michelin three-star kitchen, and her inventive nine-course $375 Menu Essential proves why. One bite during your meal might encompass Mediterranean rouget in a saffron broth, while the next might feature deer marinated in sake lees.
10. Aragawa ($313)
Luxuriously marbled wagyu—specifically, the premium Sanda variety—at this subdued venue draws meat lovers from around the world. The sticker shock can range from $261 to $313 if you’re ordering from the prix fixe menu.