What are the most expensive restaurants in the world and how much do you spend on a meal? Many wonders which are the most expensive gastronomic experiences on the market, worthy of true (millionaires) connoisseurs.
If you are looking for a list of the most expensive restaurants, you are in the right place. The ranking includes unforgettable places, with starred accounts and menus that cross the East, America, and Europe.
In this article the ranking of the most expensive restaurants in the world, compiled by comparing different online lists, both national and international.
Average price: 1,650 euros per person
Where: Ibiza, Spain
In the basement of Ibiza’s Hard Rock Café, the Sublimotion restaurant has a single table for 12 people in a bare room. Designed by chef Paco Roncero, the restaurant offers a culinary experience mixed with an adventure in virtual reality.
In fact, together with the meal, at the Sublimotion you can enjoy laser light shows, floating desserts, and video projections.
Average price: 530 euros
Where: New York
According to the American finance magazine The Street, Masa is the most expensive restaurant in the United States. Here several chefs prepare various delicious sushi dishes in front of customers, including Masa Takayama himself, manager of the restaurant, and legend of oriental cuisine.
Average price: 510 euros
In third place on the list of the most expensive restaurants in the world, Paul Pairet’s Ultraviolet, where ten diners dine surrounded by video projections and 30 waiters at their disposal.
4. Kitcho Arashiyama
Average price: 508 euros (drinks not included)
In a scenic tearoom, this restaurant offers a ten-course tasting of modern Japanese cuisine, including boiled blue crab with vinegar jelly and barracuda sushi.
Average price: 500 euros per person
In fifth place in the ranking of the most expensive restaurants in the world is the most expensive steakhouse in the world, which serves only Kobe beef. The Aragawa is located in the basement of a modest office building, but the bill (and food) is certainly stellar.
6. Guy Savoy de Paris restaurant
Average price: 478 euros (for the tasting menu)
Designed by Guy Savoy, the mentor of chef Gordon Ramsey, this restaurant offers a thirteen-course tasting menu for 478 euros, which focuses on the quality of animal raw materials.
Average price: 420 euros per person (drinks not included)
Arpege, conceived by Alain Passard, has earned three Michelin Stars in more than thirty years of activity thanks to its cuisine of fresh vegetables and vegetables.
8. The French Laundry
Average price: 400 euros per person
Where: Yountville, California
In a two-story stone cottage, Thomas Keller’s French Laundry ranks eighth on the list of the most expensive restaurants in the world, as well as the most expensive on the West Coast according to TheStreet magazine.
9. Joel Robuchon
Average price: from 160 to 390 euros
Where: Las Vegas
Caviar, truffles, and foie gras in this restaurant that pays homage to France with a luxurious and glitzy style typical of Vegas.
10. Plaza Athenee
Average price: 395 euros (per tasting)
In tenth place of the most expensive restaurants in the world, we find the Plaza Athenee, designed by Alain Ducasse and located inside the Aténée Maison hotel. The products are collected and delivered the same morning before being served to customers, in the tasting menu (cost 395 euros) and in the lunch menu for 210 euros.