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The 5 most expensive restaurants in the world

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To help you plan your culinary journey, we’ve put together a list of the most expensive restaurants in the world. Whether you want a banquet beneath the sea, or a feast in a fictional forest, these extravagant establishments are sure to blow your mind!

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant – Maldives

Seating a maximum of 14 people, Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is 5 metres below sea level. Diners feast on caviar and lobster, while gazing out amongst the coral reef gardens.  

This exclusive restaurant is part of the Conrad Maldives – Rengali Island and offers a once in a lifetime experience to dine below sea level, while surrounded by reef sharks, rays and schools of colourful fish. 

Ithaa is open for lunch and dinner, with a 4-course lunch at Ithaa costing approximately AUD$296 and AUD$425 for an 8-course dinner. 

Sublimotion – Ibiza

It’s not just the white sand beaches and turquoise waters that attracts the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Justin Bieber to Ibiza, it’s the world-class restaurants too. 

Set in the party town of Ibiza, Sublimotion is about more than just it’s food, it’s the experience. 

Serving only 12 guests at a time, this extraordinary venue serves up a 20-course gastro-sensory experience. While eating your food, you’re treated to laser light shows, virtual reality and projection mapping, all themed around each course. 

A dining experience at Sublimotion will set you back just over AUD$3,000 per head. 

Kitcho – Japan

The 3 Michelin Star Kitcho restaurant opened in 1948 and was originally founded in Osaka in 1930.

Located in Arashiyama, Kyoto, this world-famous restaurant is one of six across Japan, and is set inside a 100-year-old building, with 7 rooms surrounded by Japanese gardens.

The Chef, Kunio Tokuoka is the third generation of his family to lead the restaurant that serves up the best food, made with the finest ingredients. What more would you expect for approximately AUD$770 per head? 

Guy Savoy – Paris

Named The World’s Best Restaurant in 2020, (once travel restrictions are lifted), foodies won’t be able to go past a visit to this Parisian masterpiece. 

Guy Savoy Paris is one of two famous restaurants, the other in Las Vegas. Expect to have a culinary journey of a lifetime, as celebrated chef Guy Savoy offers up delicacies like you’ve never had before. 

A 13-course tasting menu at Guy Savoy costs just over AUD$750. 

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Per Se – New York

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World famous chef Thomas Keller opened Per Se in 2004, his 2nd 3 Michelin Star property. 

With a blend of French cooking techniques and the most exquisite ingredients, a 9-course meal at Per Se will set you back approximately AUD$880 per person. And that’s without adding a bottle of wine from his award-winning cellar! 

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FAQ

What is the best restaurant in the Maldives?

Seating a maximum of 14 people, Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is 5 metres below sea level. Diners feast on caviar and lobster, while gazing out amongst the coral reef gardens.   This exclusive restaurant is part of the Conrad Maldives – Rengali Island and offers a once in a lifetime experience to dine below sea level, while surrounded by reef sharks, rays and schools of colourful fish. Ithaa is open for lunch and dinner, with a 4-course lunch at Ithaa costing approximately AUD$296 and AUD$425 for an 8-course dinner. 

What is the best restaurant in Ibiza?

Set in the party town of Ibiza, Sublimotion is about more than just it’s food, it’s the experience. 

What is the best restaurant in Japan?

The 3 Michelin Star Kitcho restaurant opened in 1948 and was originally founded in Osaka in 1930.Located in Arashiyama, Kyoto, this world-famous restaurant is one of six across Japan, and is set inside a 100-year-old building, with 7 rooms surrounded by Japanese gardens

What is the best restaurant in Paris?

Named The World’s Best Restaurant in 2020, (once travel restrictions are lifted), foodies won’t be able to go past a visit to this Parisian masterpiece. Guy Savoy Paris is one of two famous restaurants, the other in Las Vegas.

What is the best restaurant in New York?

Why not indulge and splurge your lottery winnings at Per Se in New York. As soon as travel restrictions end of course!