Dining at a posh restaurant only happens on very special occasions – that is, for most people like us. But for the rich and affluent, the price tag of a meal doesn’t matter, as long as it is delicious, made by a renowned chef, or served at a fine restaurant with the most luxurious furniture and lighting.
While for an average person a fancy wine may already be a pain in the wallet, the wealthy are not minding how they spend for the world’s most expensive meals in these restaurants:
New York City is a hot pot of the best restaurants in the world which is why it is not surprising that Urasawa belongs to this list. Despite the many shops in the Big Apple, this restaurant clearly made its mark, thanks to the seasoned chef, Hiro Urasawa. He is undeniably one of the bests after he was taught by none other than the celebrated Masa Tamayaka.
You have to shell out about $395 for a 30-course meal in this Rodeo Drive restaurant. But even if you did manage to save up for that amount, you might have to squeeze your name on the long list because it only has 10 seats – adding up to the exclusivity of the place.
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant
The Maldives is a famous destination for celebrities so it’s not news that a restaurant here made it on this list. The Ithaa Undersea Restaurant ultimately brings the island vibe while dining because it is 16 feet below sea level.
You need to spend $195 up to $430 for a four-course lunch or six-course dinner, all without drinks. While the price may turn you off, the unique experience may make up for that since it will provide you an unobstructed view of the waters, thanks to the all-glass walls.
Kitcho Arashiyama Honten
Kitcho Arashiyama Honten has all the right to brag about its service and food because it is rated three Michelin stars. The master chef is Kunio Tukuoka, who arguably brings the best Japanese food in the country. Per meal, a guest needs to pay $480, but the staggering amount is worth it. Apart from the exquisite food, you’ll also be in awe of the gardens.
In Ibiza, you will find the most expensive meal in the world at the SubliMotion restaurant, which offers a more interactive and modern experience for its guests. Only 12 people are invited during summer, which will set them back by $1,761 for virtual reality experience, food, and laser light attraction.