Most Expensive Places to have Dinner

By on February 4, 2015

When traveling, many of us love to eat out, oftentimes going to fancy restaurants to try the finest cuisine that a given area has to offer.

If you REALLY want to do your next vacation in style, you can up the ante even more, and go to one of the restaurants listed below. If you find yourself near one of these luxury restaurants, you might have to bite the bullet and scrape together the funds to dine like a king.

While these eateries’ price tags are very steep, the experiences they will give you are priceless. And in the end, aren’t fantastic memories better than having an extra couple hundred bucks in your pocket? We definitely think so.

Here are five of the most expensive restaurants from around the world, based on the prices one can expect to spend to have a standard dinner.

This article is not intended to be read during your lunch break or over dinner.

#5: Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville (Crissier, Switzerland)

via FT

via FT

For an elite dining experience, you could travel to the village of Crissier in Western Switzerland, where, for over 40 years, famous Swiss chefs have been bringing their finest creations to the Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville Crissier.

The restaurant’s current head chef, Benoit Violier, was voted Switzerland’s chef of the year in 2013, scoring 19/20 points in an esteemed French restaurant guide.

The Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville Crissier aims to delight all the senses of its patrons, and also focuses on getting its ingredients in environmentally friendly and sustainable ways.

Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville Crissier is not cheap, however. For a luxury experience in this Swiss restaurant, you need to pony up $406.77 per person for their prix-fixe, 3-course menu.

Of course, this does not include drinks, and if you’d like a bottle of wine or another beverage with your meal, that cost can quickly escalate.

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