Would you pay more than $2,000 for one meal?
A website called PayDayLoansNet in the UK recently conducted a survey and created a list of some of the world’s most expensive restaurants.
Sublimotion in Ibiza, Spain, tops the list with a $2,380, 20-course Mediterranean banquet. It is an imaginative dining concept located at the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza. The experience is about three hours long and takes the restaurant guest through a journey through different time, using film projections.
Then there is Masa in New York, offering a “Omakase” sushi dish for two coming in at $1,742.
Also in New York is the famous Per Se, which serves a 15-20 course, luxury French-American tasting menu for $850.
Ultraviolet in Shanghai, China features an a la carte 20-course menu for $800. This is – sit down for this one – a single-table restaurant where it is notoriously difficult to get a reservation. It has three Michelin stars.
In Toyko, Japan, you can have one of the country’s famed “kaiseki” meals consisting of an appetizer, soup, sashimi, side dish, grilled dish, slow-cooked entrée, steamed rice and pickles, fruit, green tea and confections, for $700. The restaurant uses the finest seasonal ingredients served in carefully chosen dishes to please your eye and your palate.
Maison Pic Valence in Paris – oo la la! – serves a 10-course menu for $570 that includes deer marinated in squab, candied turnips and chocolate dessert.
How about some Wagyu beef for $400? At Aragawa in Tokyo, you can indulge in Kobe beef plus a steakhouse menu for $550.
For $525, there is a special 18-course menu at Guy Savoy, also in Paris, featuring roasted lobster and artichoke soup with black truffles.
That’s just a brief rundown – and of course, the prices quoted here don’t include the tip!
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