Check Out the Top 5 Most Expensive Restaurants in the World

Check Out the Top 5 Most Expensive Restaurants in the World

Let's take a look at 5 of the best and incredible expensive restaurants in the world. The cheapest one on this list costs $350 per person!

Let's take a look at 5 of the best and incredible expensive restaurants in the world. The cheapest one on this list costs $350 per person!

1- Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée - Paris, France

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée is the Paris flagship of one of the world’s most awarded chefs. Alain Ducasse has transformed the main dining room of the Plaza Athénée into a shimmering, white-and-gold fantasy, with massive chandeliers dripping with crystals. The atmosphere is jaw-droppingly beautiful. The five-course prix fixe costs $458.

2- Ithaa Undersea – Maldives

The price is $350 per person for a four-course lunch or a six-course dinner.

Ithaa Undersea is the world's first underwater restaurant and is located on Rangali Island in the Maldives. 

The restaurant head chef is theItalian born, Marco Amarone.

The price is $350 per person for a four-course lunch or a six-course dinner.

3- Masa - NYC, USA

Masa is one of America's most expensive restaurants.

The tasting menu costs US$595 per head and it only has only 26 seats and the reservations are taken three weeks in advance.

Head chef, Masa Takayama,  prepares the menu himself, featuring fresh fish and Kobe beef flown right out from Japan.

4- Kitcho Arashiyama Honten - Kyoto, Japan

The look of the restaurant is very relaxed, with mats and low tables with amazing gardens.

The restaurant has three Michelin stars and his chef, Kunio Tokuoka, is taking over the legacy his grandfather started.

The look of the restaurant is very relaxed, with mats and low tables with amazing gardens.

Eating there costs around $630 per person.

5- Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville – Crissier, Switzerland

With three Michelin stars, Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville is one of the best places to eat in Europe.

Chef Frank Giovani offers an eleven-course tasting menu, including fillet of lamb, mussels with saffron, “Scarlett tomato”, pulp, pip consommé with Imperial Ossetra caviar, “Salers” beef grilled with wild pepper, cristallines de charlotte, and young fresh salad leaves.

The price? $420 per person.

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