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Between indulgence and luxury: an insight into the world's most expensive restaurants

The most expensive restaurants in the world offer much more than just meals. They invite guests to immerse themselves in a world of culinary fantasy and luxury, expressed in unique creations and exquisite service.

In the world of haute cuisine there are restaurants that stand out not only for their culinary mastery, but also for their high prices. These gastronomic establishments offer not only good taste, but also an unparalleled experience, often accompanied by a luxurious atmosphere and first-class service. Falstaff takes a look at the 10 most expensive restaurants worldwide where guests are willing to dig deep into their pockets for an unforgettable culinary adventure.

Sublimotion - Ibiza, Spain

"Sublimotion", located on the sun-drenched island of Ibiza, is known for its extravagant fusion of Mediterranean cuisine and avant-garde gastronomy. With an average price of several thousand euros per person, the restaurant offers an intimate and exclusive experience that transports guests into a world of culinary fantasy.

Kitcho - Kyoto, Japan

"Kitcho" is a temple of Japanese Kaiseki cuisine and offers a perfect balance of aesthetics and taste. Seasonal ingredients are skillfully presented. A visit to the restaurant also focuses on traditional tea culture and the Zen atmosphere. This will create a special atmosphere of tranquility, which has its price.

Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet - Shanghai, China

"Ultraviolet" is more than just a restaurant - it's a multidimensional sensory journey. With a limited number of guests per evening, top chef Paul Pairet offers an innovative blend of tastes, smells and visuals that transport guests to a surreal world of flavours.

Masa - New York City, USA

"Masa Takayama" presents an incomparable interpretation of the art of sushi in his eponymous restaurant. The intimacy of the restaurant and the hand-picked ingredients contribute to the fact that "Masa" is one of the most expensive gastronomic destinations in the world.

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant - Maldives

A truly unique experience awaits guests at the "Ithaa Undersea Restaurant". Set amidst the crystal clear waters of the Maldives, this undersea gem offers breathtaking views of the marine world while guests enjoy an exclusive fusion of seafood and international cuisine.

Guy Savoy - Paris, France

"Guy Savoy", named after the famous French chef, is a temple of fine French cuisine. The restaurant in the "Monnaie de Paris" offers a breathtaking view of the Seine and presents a sophisticated selection of gourmet dishes.

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester - London, United Kingdom

Run by Alain Ducasse , the restaurant offers a contemporary interpretation of French cuisine with a British twist. With opulent interiors and an impressive wine list, this restaurant is a tribute to luxury and culinary creativity.

Joel Robuchon - Las Vegas, USA

Nestled in the vibrant lights of Sin City, the restaurant named after the late chef Joel Robuchon stands out as the epitome of opulence and fine dining. With a tapas-style approach that earned Robuchon two and three Michelin stars, this Las Vegas institution offers not only an extravagant interior, but also a meticulous dedication to the art of French cuisine.

Falstaff Editorial Team