The most expensive restaurants in the world

When someone dines in one of the most expensive restaurants in the world and experiencing the creations of three Michelin stars awarded chefs, it shouldnt be surprising that some of these ingredients listed on the menu may have “traveled” from several thousand kilometers away, or that the view from the restaurant is extremely impressive. The prices reach the extremely high amount of 600$ per person… without the wine!

Kitcho, Kyoto, Japan (about 600$ per person) – This restaurant is located at the top of the list. His creations, won three Michelin stars, chef Kunio Tokuoka revolve around the traditional cuisine Kaiseki, however, here you can enjoy one of the best meals in Japan. This restaurant was opened in 1930 by his grandfather, Kunio Tokuoka. For those who can afford dining here there’s a unique ritual of tea done by experienced hands.

Kitcho Kyoto

Kitcho Kyoto

Masa, New York, USA (about 600$ per person) – The famous restaurant in New York is considered the bestand most expensivesushi restaurant in town.After Los Angeles, Chef Masa Takayam, travelled in New York in 2004, looking for a new challenge. In February of that year he opened Masa. Customers are invited to put their hand deep into their pocket and pay 450 (minimum) to 600$ per person for five appetizers, a main course with 15 to 20 different seafood and a dessert.

Masa, New york

Masa, New york

Plaza Athénée, Paris, France (about 550$ per person)The French cuisine at its best. The Plaza Athenee belongs to the famous chef Alain Ducasse. Customers of this luxury restaurant dine in a lovely room under a chandelier, with 10,000 crystals, while the delicious creations are arranged by the head chef Christophe Saintagne.

Plaza Athenee, Paris

Plaza Athenee, Paris

Maison Pic, Valence, France (about 430$ per person) – This restaurant offers traditional French cuisine. The restaurant won its third Michelin star in 2007, thanks to third-generation chef Anne-Sophie Pic, daughter of Jacques Pic, who was awarded with three stars in 1973, and granddaughter of Andre Pic, who was also awarded with three Michelin stars in 1934.

Maison Pic,Valence

Maison Pic,Valence

Hôtel de Ville, Crissier, Switzerland (about 370$ per person) – Located near Lausanne and procures the fish served from Lake Léman. The meat comes from the region Fribourg Canton, also in the menu you will find the famous Swiss cheese. Working 16 years in the kitchen of the restaurant, the Benoît Viollier took the reins in 2012. Together with his wife maintained its reputation for excellent food of excellent quality.

Hotel de Ville, Crissier

Hotel de Ville, Crissier

Hertog Jan, Bruges, Belgium (about 275$ per person) – The Hertog Jan restaurant uses only organic products from the owners farm. In the restaurant 30 people are occupied and looking to satisfy every requirement of just 50 clients. The delicious creations signed by the chef Gert De Mangeleer, one of the youngest chefs has been awarded with three Michelin stars, while sommelier duties are undertaken by the Joachim Voudens.

Hertog Jan, Belgium

Hertog Jan, Belgium

By Nicole P.

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