The 12 most expensive dishes in the world
Good food generally means splurge on some high-quality meat or fresh seafood . But what if money really wasn't an issue?
Owners restaurants and chefs from around the world create original dining experiences for those who want unique experiences. You know, like spending more than $ 10,000 on a pizza or $ 1,000 on ice cream.
From Yahoo Life and under the authorship of Lia Sestric we share the world's most expensive dishes and tasting menus ; all cost more than $ 500 per person.
- Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama - Kyoto, Japan
Menu de price permanent: $ 599.49
En Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama In Kyoto, Japan, there are several prix fixe menus to choose from, but the most expensive option is 64.800 yen, or $ 599,49 per person. Of course, you won't be left hungry as the meal consists of at least 10 courses and features rounds of sashimi, grilled and steamed food, rice, pickled vegetables, and dessert, to name a few.
The chef, Kunio Tokuoka, is the helm of the restaurant, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, who were chefs before him. When you are eating a high-end meal, consider how the restaurants They mark the dishes to increase your bill.
- Restaurant Guy Savoy Monnaie - Paris
Menu price permanent: $ 536.63
Chef Guy Savoy opened the restaurant in 2015 overlooking the Louvre and the Pont Neuf. Currently, the restaurant Parisian offers a prix fixe menu of up to 13 dishes described as a feast of "textures, colors and flavors." However, the price does not include drinks. For hundreds of dollars, you'll enjoy duck, lobster and artichoke soup with black truffles, as well as other delicious dishes.
Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world, and eating in the restaurant Guy Savoy Monnaie will definitely make your heart stop.
- Mass - New York
Dinner menu: $ 595
Plan to set aside two hours for the nearly $ 600 sushi experience at Masa in New York. That price does not include taxes or drinks. However, you will save on tips as tips are not accepted. Although the menu changes regularly, expect only the best to be served kitchen Japanese, carefully prepared by chef Masayoshi Takayama.
Dough eating is a little different than ordering sushi as a midnight snack, but the spicy tuna roll is one of the most popular late-night take-out orders in the entire country, according to a study by GOBankingRates.
- Ultraviolet –Shanghai
Menu price permanent: $ 872.89
Would you like a multisensory gastronomic experience? How about a dinner that dazzles more than your palate? French chef Paul Pairet designed the concept in 2012. This 20-course meal includes themed music for each dish, as well as light shows. All guests at the table receive the same food at the same time.
Pay a visit to Ultraviolet as part of your life-changing trip to China; it will be worth the cost.
- Burger Brasserie - Las Vegas
Kobe Beef and Maine Lobster Burger: $ 777
El restaurant from the Paris Las Vegas resort serves this burger with pancetta, goat cheese, seared foie gras, arugula, Maine lobster and 100-year-old balsamic combined with a BLT salad. The meal also comes with a bottle of Rose Dom Perignon champagne.
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- Serendipity 3 - New York
Golden Opulence Sundae: $ 1,000
If you have $ 1,000 to spend and are curious what a four-figure dessert tastes like, head over to Serendipity 3 in New York.
How can ice cream cost more than a few dollars? In this dish, Tahitian vanilla ice cream made with Madagascar vanilla bean is topped with 24-karat golf leaf, specialty chocolates, Parisian candied fruits, truffles, caviar, and more. Ice cream of this magnitude is not served in a simple glass plate, but in a Baccarat crystal bowl that can be taken home as a souvenir. Don't forget to pre-order this delicious treat at least 48 hours in advance.
- SubliMotion - Ibiza
Price: around $ 1,757
When you're rich, you can pay for a three-hour dining experience that costs, according to CN Traveler, more than $ 1,700 per person. That's more than the average family will spend for an entire month on food.
However, SubliMotion is not your typical dining experience. In fact, it works very similar to UV, only more expensive. Chef Paco Roncero opened the restaurant at the Hard Rock Hotel in Ibiza in 2014, creating a spectacle for the eye, the ear and the palate. Music and art accompany the 15-20 course tasting menu.
- Norma's - New York
The million dollar lobster frittata dollars : $ 2,000
The Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata may seem out of place on the menu at Norma's in New York, as it is not an extremely expensive restaurant in and of itself. Most of the menu items are in the $ 30 range. So what's the catch? The $ 2,000 omelette includes 10 ounces of Sevurga caviar, which is a big factor in the price. For those who can't afford the outrageous cost, there is a smaller frittata with just 1 ounce of caviar available for just $ 200.
- Industry Kitchen - New York
24K * Pizza: $ 2,700
The first pizza on the list of the most expensive meals is the 24K * Pizza in Industry Kitchen, located in the South Street Seaport neighborhood of New York. The pizza requires a two day advance order and is really for the superior dough.
So what makes this pizza cost a whopping $ 2,700? For one thing, you're not paying for an average pepperoni cheesecake. This pizza has Stilton cheese, foie gras, Ossetra platinum caviar, truffles and 24-karat gold leaf to complete.
- Fleur - Las Vegas
Fleur Burger 5000: $ 5,000
You will not find meat patties that measure up to the level of the Head Hubert Keller at his neighborhood burger chain. This one even pulls the Burger Brasserie out of the park price-wise. There's no question that Keller has spiced up his burger with unique additions.
Keller's Fleur Restaurant is located inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Only the most expensive meat is used to season this $ 5,000 burger; Wagyu beef costs about $ 100 per pound. Also adding to the high cost are truffles worth $ 1,500 per pound. The meal also comes with a bottle of Chateau Petrus 1995, valued at $ 2,500.
- Renato Viola - Salerno, Italy
Pizza Luis XIII: $ 9315.71
Do you want a pizza fit for a king? If you're really rich, you can splurge on Louis XIII pizza, one of the most expensive foods you can order. Renato Viola, one of the best pizza masters in Italy, will do it at home.
The pizza is anything but ordinary, with sophisticated toppings, such as mozzarella di bufala, lobster, and caviar, all brought in from different parts of the world. To top it off, the party is served with Remy Martin Cognac Louis XIII and Champagne Krug Clos du Mesnil 1995.
- The Fortress Resort and Spa - Sri Lanka
The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence: $ 14,500
If you'd rather eat nearly $ 15,000 rather than put it toward retirement or debt repayment, this is the fancy dessert for you.
Made to order, a minimum of 24 hours in advance, the dessert features Italian cassata flavored with Irish cream and served with a mango-pomegranate compote. The base is a champagne sabayon, adorned with an 80-carat aquamarine stone, set under a handmade chocolate stilt fisherman.