Here are the 10 Most Expensive Restaurants In The World In 2019. These All Restaurants Are Much Expensive With Their Ultra Luxurious Facilities And World-Class Food.
10. Ithaa Undersea – MALDIVES ($320)
Ithaa is the world’s first all-glass underwater restaurant in the Maldives, located five meters below sea level. It is a feast for both the eyes and stomachs. The panoramic view allows customers to dine while witnessing the underwater world go about their business, all this without getting their feet wet. The 4-course lunch and 6-course dinner menu are largely contemporary European in style and costs between US$195 to US$320 – without drinks.
9. PER SE – NEW YORK, USA ($325)
The Per Se Restaurant was opened in 2004 in New York by chef Thomas Keller. It is the chef’s second three-Michelin-starred property and features his daily nine-course tasting menu and also a nine-course vegetarian tasting menu that incorporates classic French techniques and the finest of ingredients. A meal would cost one around US$ 325. The restaurant also has an award-winning collection of wine, with over 2,000 bottles on offer!
8. L’Arpège – PARIS ($400)
Alain Passard is one of a handful of cooks who have remained at the top of global fine dining for decades. The Restaurant mostly offers vegetable-based dishes with meat in small quantities.They arrive daily from Passard’s own farms and appear on diners’ plates soon after. Food lovers pre-books for the first taste of white asparagus in spring or the arrival of black truffles in autumn. Their Other signature dishes include the dumplings, stuffed with seasonal vegetables, and the langoustine carpaccio with caviar.
7. Alain Ducasse – PARIS ($425)
Alain Ducasse is a French-born Monégasque chef. This Restaurant holds three stars in the Michelin Guide. The prix fixe “Jardin-Marin” menu—which includes three half-courses, cheese, and dessert, but not drinks—costs about $425 USD. Ducasse’s restaurant at Le Meurice in Paris offers its own pre-fixe for the same amount.
6. Joël Robuchon – LAS VEGAS ($425)
The cooking is simply exquisite in this opulently furnished dining room in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The restaurant opened in America by the famed, award-winning Robuchon, who passed away in 2018, Joël Robuchon maintains the highest standards under the guidance of chef Christophe de Lellis. The 18-course tasting menu costs around $425 per person. They serve best dishes like Le Caviar Imperial, a disc of king crab topped with an ample amount of osetra caviar, atop a crustacean gelee dotted with cauliflower puree.
Ultraviolet – SHANGHAI ($450)
The Ultraviolet in Shanghai was Created by French chef Paul Pairet in 2012. This is a multi-sensory dining experience that includes a light show, course-themed music, and diners’ names projected on the table. It serves the same as Sublimotion which is the world’s most expensive restaurant you are going to see at the last. The only difference between these two is the price where Ultraviolet costs 1/4th of the Sublimotion.
Kitcho Arashiyama Honten – KYOTO, JAPAN ($475)
Kitcho Arashiyama Honten is Three Michelin-starred 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. A Meal would Cost you around 51,000 yen (Nearly $475 USD).
Restaurant Guy Savoy Monnaie de Paris – Paris ($525)
In 2015, Guy Savoy moved his signature Parisian restaurant to the iconic 18th-century building in the 6th Arrondissement—with windows overlooking the Louvre and the Pont Neuf. The ne plus ultra is an 18-course “Innovations and Inspirations” menu that includes roasted lobster and artichoke soup with black truffle which would cost you around $525 USD. If You want to spend a little less, then you can try a $375 Innovation-Inspiration menu with a view of the Eiffel Tower—on the Las Vegas Strip.
Masa – NEW YORK, USA ($595)
In 2011, Masa was a mere $450 per person. Now, Masa is often called America’s most expensive restaurant with around $595 per person —not including drinks and tax. .Expect to pay $45 for a single scoop of ice cream, $240 for maki rolls, and $60 for grilled scampi. The only upside to the high price of dinner is that starting March 1, Masa no longer accepts gratuities.
SUBLIMATION – IBIZA, SPAIN ($2,000)
SubliMotion is a 12 seat restaurant located inside the Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza. It opens only during the island’s summer season (June 1 to September 30). This is the most expensive restaurant in the world with over $2,000 per head in which they serve 15–a 20-course meal with music, visual stimulation, art, and hi-tech headsets. The reviews are stunning, but of course, for that kind of money, they should be.
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