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Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants
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Worlds Most Expensive Restaurants

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  • So many restaurants along every street. You can find them on search engines of restaurant is also developed such as http://restaau.co.uk/ help you find any restaurant near your place with any related information. There are a lot of choice
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  • Wow. It's so expensive so their food and service is very good, isn't it? Who can give me more information about them? Thanks
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  • 1. World’s Most Expensive Restaurants
  • 2. <ul><li>$277 / ¥1,672 British pound: 159 Indian rupee: 12,707 Australian dollar: 368 Canadian dollar: 326 Singapore dollar: 468 Euro: 231 </li></ul><ul><li>Aragawa gets its famous, hand-fed Kobe beef from a single nearby farm, and it really does melt in your mouth. The restaurant is acknowledged as the best place in town to treat yourself to Kobe beef, and the meat is served with pepper and mustard only; any other relishes are considered blasphemous. </li></ul>
  • 3. <ul><li>$211 British pound: 121 Indian rupee: 9,450 Australian dollar: 281 Canadian dollar: 248 Singapore dollar: 357 Euro: 176 </li></ul><ul><li>Chef and owner Alain Passard has made an art form of the vegetable at his über-expensive Paris restaurant, Arpège. Though loyal patrons have complained about the rising prices, out-of-towners will feel remiss in skipping the Paris restaurant everyone is talking about. The food is incredibly design-oriented, and vegetables dominate the menu, which will appeal to anyone looking to splurge in dollars but not calories. </li></ul>
  • 4. <ul><li>$213 British pound: 122 Indian rupee: 9,539 Australian dollar: 283 Canadian dollar: 250 Singapore dollar: 360 Euro: 178 </li></ul><ul><li>Two hours north of Toronto, the legendary Eigensinn Farm complex sits on its own swath of private acreage, where everything served in the restaurant is grown, slaughtered and prepared. The eight-course tasting menu costs about $213 a head, without wine, and the restaurant's location is hardly convenient from Toronto. Still, this is one of the most unusual dining experiences in North America and certainly one worth paying for. </li></ul>
  • 5. <ul><li>$176 British pound: 101 Indian rupee: 7,882 Australian dollar: 234 Canadian dollar: 207 Singapore dollar: 298 Euro: 147 </li></ul><ul><li>Chef Pierre Gagnaire and Mazouz, an Algerian restaurateur, have teamed up to create Sketch, one of the most impressive spaces in London. The restaurant's New French cuisine, which Gagnaire adapted from his three Michelin-starred Paris restaurant, has received rave reviews, as has the impeccable service, in-house D.J. and rotating art exhibit. </li></ul>
  • 6. <ul><li>$151 / 195 CHF British pound: 85 Indian rupee: 6,763 Australian dollar: 201 Canadian dollar: 178 Singapore dollar: 255 Euro: 126 </li></ul><ul><li>The six-course dinner menu (without wine) at Petermann's Kunststuben in Zurich begins with foie gras, zucchini with langoustine, coquilles St. Jacques, mushroom soup and pumpkin chutney. Dessert changes from week to week, but millefeuille with pineapple is a popular choice. Rico Zandonella, the executive chef, has made a name for himself and his International-French cuisine throughout Europe, but Petermann's Kunststuben is as famous for its service as its food. </li></ul>
  • 7. <ul><li>$135 British pound: 77 Indian rupee: 6,047 Australian dollar: 180 Canadian dollar: 159 Singapore dollar: 228 Euro: 113 </li></ul><ul><li>The waiting list at Tetsuya's Restaurant is well over a month. And the ten-course French and Japanese-influenced dégustation menu is pricey. The menu changes frequently so you can't be sure, in advance, what you are signing up for. But classics like gazpacho with spiced tomato sorbet, tuna tartare and confit of ocean trout (the signature dish of the restaurant) make frequent appearances, so book your plane ticket to Australia and call Tetsuya's for reservations now. This is one dinner worth planning in advance. </li></ul>
  • 8. <ul><li>$118 British pound: 68 Indian rupee: 5,285 Australian dollar: 157 Canadian dollar: 139 Singapore dollar: 200 Euro: 98 </li></ul><ul><li>The décor in this 63-seat restaurant, featuring black marble columns and Murano glass chandeliers, resembles a Venetian villa. The menu is Italian-influenced and Chef Thomas Kellerman's fondness for fish is no secret: marinated tomato with mozzarella and sea bass is one of the many unusual seafood offerings. The comprehensive Menu Vitrum, the only way to experience Kellerman's range, costs $118 (or $200 with wine), including tax. </li></ul>
  • 9. <ul><li>$114 British pound: 65 Indian rupee: 5,106 Australian dollar: 152 Canadian dollar: 134 Singapore dollar: 193 Euro: 95 </li></ul><ul><li>A 35,000-bottle wine cellar, cheese cellar, a bread cart famous throughout Europe and an enormous array of sorbets: all compelling reasons to visit Steirereck in Vienna. Ancient beams and archways from a castle in Styria were transplanted by the owners to add to the atmosphere. The six-course prix fixe menu at this Relais & Chateaux restaurant costs $114, while five courses is $102, without wine. </li></ul>
  • 10. <ul><li>$108 British pound: 62 Indian rupee: 4,837 Australian dollar: 144 Canadian dollar: 127 Singapore dollar: 183 Euro: 90 </li></ul><ul><li>Yamazato, the famous Japanese restaurant in the Hotel Okura Amsterdam, might be pricey, but at least they give you options. The superb seven-course seasonal menu costs $108 per person, but there are other set menus available, some of which you might even call inexpensive: prices range from $84 for the traditional Japanese fish menu to $30 for the assortment of sashimi on sushi rice served with miso soup and Nameko mushrooms. </li></ul>
  • 11. <ul><li>$108 British pound: 62 Indian rupee: 4,837 Australian dollar: 144 Canadian dollar: 127 Singapore dollar: 183 Euro: 90 </li></ul><ul><li>The three-course menu at Zalacaín costs $108 per person, but experiencing service this precise is worth every euro. When the restaurant opened in 1973, it was the first outpost of nouvelle Basque cuisine in Spain. The menu is just as innovative today, featuring unusual seafood and a variety of Spanish game. The well-stocked humidor is offered to both male and female guests upon arrival. Jackets and ties are required. </li></ul>
  • 12. <ul><li>$90 British pound: 51 Indian rupee: 4,030 Australian dollar: 120 Canadian dollar: 106 Singapore dollar: 152 Euro: 75 </li></ul><ul><li>The snooty staff at Bruneau, which is commonly acknowledged to be the best restaurant in Belgium, serves guests in an outdoor garden during the summer and a tastefully decorated townhouse during the colder months. It's worth the trip despite the staff's reputation: the most famous dish is coucou de malines, or chicken stuffed with truffles. The four-course prix fixe costs $90 without wine and $162 with. </li></ul>

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