Everyone loves good food and a good dining experience. But are you willing to spend top dollar at some of the most expensive restaurants in the world for them? After seeing how much a person can spend at these expensive restaurants, we will all probably be grateful for our under $50 meals. Here are 25 Most Expensive Restaurants In The World You’ll Really Want To Try.
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Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Located in New York, USA, it costs a person $306 to eat there. This is the only three-Michelin star restaurant in Brooklyn and is very exclusive, only having a total of 18 seats available to dine at. The chef offers a 15 course tasting menu and has mainly Japanese and French cuisine.
This restaurant earned its first three-Michelin star in 1996. 21 years later, it is still worthy of three-Michelin stars. They are known for their legendary “hot-cold egg” which costs $400. It is located in Paris, France.
Created in 2012 by French chef Paul Pairet, Ultraviolet offers a real dining experience. It gives diners a light show, course themed music and projects diners’ names on the table! How cool! To dine here it costs about $450 per person. This restaurant can be found in Shanghai, China.
Restaurant Guy Savoy De Paris
This restaurant owned by three-Michelin star chef Guy Savoy is known to not disappoint. (You may also know Savoy as the chef who trained Gordon Ramsay.) Located in Paris, France a person can be expected to pay about $525 for one meal.
Located in Burges, Belgium, it costs about $275 per person to dine here. Hertog Jan uses exclusive ingredients grown from its own farm to create their meals.
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