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Most Expensive Restaurants In The World

Sublimotion (Ibiza)
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-Sublimonition is located in the Hard Rock Hotel in Playa de Bossa, Ibiza.
- It is the brainchild of the head chef Paco Roncero who has won 2 Michelin Stars, 3 Respol Suns and 2006 National Gastronomy Award.
- The restaurant serves a 20 course meal for only 12 guests at a time.
- The price of a meal per person is 2,000 USD.
- The chef keeps on modifying the "microenvironment" by altering the temperature, humidity, aroma and color for the perfect "gastro-sensory" meal.
- Sublimonition is not just a restaurant, the place is flooded with aromas, sound, light and other sensory experiences to make the guest the protagonist of the entire show.
- The decor is controlled by an operator who watches diners and changes the lighting or scene accordingly, to coordinate with a customer's first bite or the flourishing of a new plate.

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant (Maldives)
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-Currently owned by Conrad Hotels, Ithaa is an underwater restaurant on Rangali Islan in Maldives.
- Meaning the 'Mother of Pearls', Ithaa was voted as the most beautiful restaurant in the world in 2014.
- The restaurant has been constructed 5 meters below the surface of Indian Ocean.
- The transparent ceiling and the walls give its guests a panoramic view of the underwater life.
- The restaurant serves European fare in a 6 course meal.
- An average meal with modest choices costs over 500 USD per person.

 

Restaurant Le Meurice (Paris)
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-Overlooking Jardin des Tuileries, the restaurant is owned by the award winning chef and restaurateur Alain Ducasse.
- The place is inspired by Salon de la Paix at the Chateau de Versailles, and is decorated with antique mirrors, and expensive chandeliers.
- A meal comprising of 3 specialties, followed by a selection of cheeses and desserts costs roughly 550 USD.
- The exclusive dishes like veal sweetbreads, lobster with potatoes, and Guinea fowl pie are created by the head chef Christophe Saintagne.

 

Aragawa (Tokyo)
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-Located in a basement in Shinbashi business area in Tokyo, Aragawa serves only 22 guests at a time.
- The decor is modest and is not as exclusive as various international restaurants Ranked by Forbes as the most expensive restaurant in 2006, Aragawa is popular for its Kobe beef.
- The Kobe beef is specially obtained from cows that are raised and slaughtered in Kobe at Aragawa's farm.
- The popular charcoal-broiled Sanda Beefsteak is made with only "prize cattle" and must meet stringent criteria.
- Excluding the drinks, a meal per person should cost roughly 345 USD.


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-Located in a basement in Shinbashi business area in Tokyo, Aragawa serves only 22 guests at a time.
- The decor is modest and is not as exclusive as various international restaurants Ranked by Forbes as the most expensive restaurant in 2006, Aragawa is popular for its Kobe beef.
- The Kobe beef is specially obtained from cows that are raised and slaughtered in Kobe at Aragawa's farm.
- The popular charcoal-broiled Sanda Beefsteak is made with only "prize cattle" and must meet stringent criteria.
- Excluding the drinks, a meal per person should cost roughly 345 USD.

 

 

Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville Crissier (Switzerland)
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-With a history lasting 4 decades, the restaurant has been run by various legendary masterchefs.
- It has currently been awarded 3 Michelin Stars, a top recognition in the food industry.
- Currently the restaurant is being run by Chef of the Year 2013, Benoit Violier.
- The exclusive dishes include catfish saint-gilles-croix-de-vie cooked with lemongrass, summer roasted mushrooms, and red fruit souffle.
- A multiple course meal at the restaurant costs approximately 420 USD.

 


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