Most Expensive Places to have Dinner

By on February 4, 2015

#4: Restaurant Le Meurice (Paris, France)

Paris is a city that is known for having dining options that aren’t exactly the cheapest in the world.

The city consistently ranks amongst the highest-priced places in the world for tourists, and the food is not an exception to the exorbitant prices. A night out dining in Paris can routinely run you a few hundred dollars, easily.

But no restaurant in Paris is more expensive or exclusive than the famous Restaurant Le Meurice.

This exquisite restaurant is owned by renowned chef and restauranteur Alain Ducasse, who owns several 3-star Michelin restaurants – the highest rating a restaurant can receive.

To experience the creations of Mr. Ducasse, and take in the incredible ambience of this marble and bronze, beautiful dining room, you’ll need to spend $434.04 per person.

#3: Aragawa (Tokyo, Japan)

This Japanese restaurant topped Forbes’ list of the most expensive restaurants in the world in 2006, and still ranks amongst the finest, and priciest, places to eat on the planet.

Aragawa is an incredibly exclusive restaurant, and its maximum occupancy is only 22 diners at any given time. The restaurant is also located underground, and accessed by a staircase located in a secluded back alleyway.

This intimacy makes it a popular choice for extremely affluent patrons hoping to get away from the outside world for a bit.

Aragawa is particularly famous for its Kobe beef, which is said to be the finest in the entire world. Kobe beef is an expensive delicacy in general, and dining on the nicest Kobe beef on planet earth is even more expensive than usual. However, the restaurant’s prix-fixe menu includes many other exquisite delicacies as well.

If you want to try the cuisine at Aragawa, you’ll need to spend $510.94 per person on dinner.

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