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The 10 Most Expensive Restaurants in the World



Perhaps, you might have heard of the World’s most expensive restaurants and still hadn’t got the time to look through it; this page is the right place to be!

We will be dealing with the most expensive (and probably best) eateries in the world.

Every country has at least, a Standard restaurant where top business-men do pass time before headings home after a tough day.

However, in our list, the most expensive restaurants is a compilation of exclusive eateries that offers satisfaction together with beautiful views.

So, The 10 Most Expensive Restaurants in the World are:

10. Ithaa Undersea – Maldives

Service Cost: $320 Per Head

Starting off the list of the most expensive restaurants in the world is Ithaa Undersea.

It is located in Rangali Island in the Maldives and is also the World’s first underwater eatery.

To taste any of its mouthwatering delicacies, it’ll cost about $320 Per Head.

This comes with the extra service of viewing marine lives – five (5) meters below the Indian ocean.

The restaurant which also have coral gardens is owned by the Italian, Marco Amarone.

Reservations are made from their main five-star resort on the island, Conrad Rangali however, the restaurant can only accommodate a maximum of fourteen (14) guests.

9. Aragawa – Tokyo, Japan

Service Cost: $260 – $370 Per Head

Aragawa is one of the most expensive restaurants in the world.

It is located in Tokyo, Japan and adopts the use of a la carte menu – which signifies that the final price of a meal will be determined by the guest.

Nevertheless, it (meal price) usually ranges from $260 – $370 per head.

The outstanding delicacy in this restaurant is the beef.

The eatery owns its personal beef collection which are raised at best conditions.

That is why you’ll always hear good compliments on its beef quality from dinners who had experience with them.


8. Kitcho Arashiyama – Tokyo, Japan

Service Cost: $380 – $570 Per Head

Breaking in next, Kitcho Arashiyama is the eighth (8th) most expensive restaurant in the world.

Located in Tokyo, it is one of the most expensive eateries in Japan.

The three Michelin stared restaurant offers guests a ten-course tasting menu.

The eatery is very decent and is beautiful decorated with fashion that is similar to that of a ceremonial house.

The chef in charge of the restaurant is one of the best in the world and as such, meals offered are A-graded in taste.

Do keep one thing in mind: the types of food available is directly dependent on the time and season of the year.

7. Guy Savoy – Paris, France

Service Cost: $385 – $626 Per Head

Coming in next, Guy Savoy is a luxurious restaurant that is located in the capital of France, Paris.

Guy Savoy also has another branch in La Vegas and both of them have acquired the Michelin stars.

The flagship branch in Paris offers guests a
13-course tasting menu – more meat, no drinks.

The restaurant has a large collection of meats which ranges from duck to monkfish.

Infact, the owner of the hotel – Guy Savoy, is one of the most successful in the business line – he has four other restaurants in France.

This should tell you something!

6. Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville – Crissier, Switzerland

Service Cost: $415 Per Head

Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville in Crissier, Switzerland is the sixth (6th) most expensive restaurant in the world.

The eatery which is located in the most expensive country to live in, offers guests quality dinning experience.

It has an eleven-course tasting menu together with a 40-page wine list.

The three Michelin stared restaurant was the best eatery in 2009 according to La Liste.

Frank Giovani who is one of the leading chef in the world, offers meal experience that is exceptional refreshing to dinners.

However, to have such an experience, this will require a fee of $415 per head.

5. Maison Pic Valence – Paris, France

Service Cost: $445 Per Head

Breaking into the top five (5), Maison Pic Valence in Paris, France is one of the most expensive restaurants in the world.

It is runned by one of the most successful female chef in history, Sophie Pic.

The three-star Michelin restaurant has a nine-course menu which consists of chocolate desserts, saffron broth, marinated deer, banon goat cheese berlingots and candied turnips.

The 130-year old restaurant offers meals that are both eye-catching and mouthwatering.

Beautiful environment also adds up however, getting a taste of Sophie Pic’s delicacies is something you wouldn’t want to miss!

4. Masa – New York, United States

Service Cost: $595 Per Head

Masa is the fourth (4th) most expensive restaurant in the world.

It is headed by chef, Massa Takayama and is located in New York, United States.

It is a simple restaurant with a daily tasting menu that lays emphasis on food flavours.

This menu is renewed each day; meaning that guests are offered fresh ingredients on the go.

Their reservation takes up to four weeks in advance and the restaurant is mostly dinned by celebrities and Wealthy men.

If you want to partake and experience the quality dinning experience, then be prepared to kiss goodbye to $595 for delicacies alone, excluding drinks and taxes.

3. Ultraviolet – Shanghai, China

Service Cost: $570 – $900 Per Head

Coming in next on the list, Ultraviolet is the world’s third (3rd) most expensive restaurant.

This elite restaurant has a table that can accommodate only ten (10) guests.

Ultraviolet offers a 10-20 tasting courses experience and places priority on satisfaction.

The restaurant has an incredible three Michelin stars to its name and also offers the highest ratio of employee-to-patron – which is three-to-one.

People who have dinning experience there spends nothing less than $570, excluding the drinks and taxes.


2. Per Se – New York, United States

Service Cost: $680 Per Head

Per Se is the second most expensive restaurant in the world.

It is located in New York, United States and is owned by the prominent Thomas Kellers.

The three-star Michelin restaurant offers both three tasting menus and nine-course tasting menu to guests.

The delicacies is more of a traditional French or American cuisine flavours.

Its wines are one of the best you’ll ever find across the world.

Also, the restaurant has delicacy options for vegetarians.

However, to get an exquisitive experience with the restaurant, you’ll need to part ways with $680.

1. Sublimotion – Ibiza, Spain

Service Cost: $2,380 Per Head

Bagging the noble prize on the list, Sublimotion is the most expensive restaurant in the world.

They offer a 20-course tasting menu and charges diners 2,380 per head for it.

Sublimotion is only open from June 1st to September 30th on Spanish summer.

However, you’ll have to play your part well in order to reserve a seat during the summer season.

More so, the restaurant is managed by one of the best Michelin two-star chef, Paco Roncero.

The eatery combines quality dinning experience with entertainment to give diners memorable moments.

Once a guest arrives, a team of twenty-five (25) professionals will greet the person and a 20-course tasting menu will be issued in turns.

During the course of booking reservation, an edible tickets is always granted to ensure reliability and trustworthiness.

The experience is second to no other!


That was all on the ten (10) most expensive restaurants in the World.

If you’re into your food, we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the above-mentioned restaurants for a breathtaking dinning experience.

Before rounding off the list, let’s take a quick look at the summary:

S/NRestaurantService Cost
1.Sublimotion – Ibiza, Spain$2,380 Per Head
2.Per Se – New York, United States$680 Per Head
3.Ultraviolet – Shanghai, China$570 – $900 Per Head
4.Masa – New York, United States$595 Per Head
5.Maison Pic Valence – Paris, France$445 Per Head
6.Restaurant De L’Hôtel De Ville – Crissier, Switzerland$415 Per Head
7.Guy Savoy – Paris, France$385 – $626 Per Head
8.Kitcho Arashiyamo – Tokyo, Japan$380 – $570 Per Head
9.Aragawa – Tokyo, Japan$260 – $370 Per Head
10.Ithaa Undersea – Maldives$320 Per Head

Princewill Ubaha is an electrical engineer by profession, a content writer by perspiration, and an Akwa Ibomite by birth. He always believed that the habit of persistence is the habit of victory.

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