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Just for the 1%: the world’s most expensive restaurants

Think of the most expensive meal you’ve ever eaten. Now multiply that price by 5 or so. For many, it’s a price not worth paying, but for some (cough, the 1%, cough), it’s a price that makes it all the more exclusive and rewarding. Conde Nast Traveler recently published a list of the world’s most expensive restaurants and you’ll be surprised just how much some are willing to pay to sit in a certain restaurant.

The least expensive of this 8-restaurant list is Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester in London. If you dine here, you’ll be shelling out $301 for a seven-course tasting menu of seared foie gras paired with herb pasta and morels. Forget about any wine pairings though. And for the most expensive? It goes to Kitcho in Kyoto, Japan. You can forget about paying rent after dining here. It’ll cost diners around $600 to ‘indulge in kaiseki, a style of dining many believe to be the epitome of carefully conceived and executed Japanese fare’. Bon Appetit!

Via Business Insider

Alain Ducasse at the Dorchetser in London will set you back $301 per diner
Restaurant Le Meurice in Paris offers a menu for $524 per person
Maison Pic in Valence, France offers a nine-course menu for $442
Per Se in NYC offers a $310 menu per diner
Masa in NYC offers a $450 tasting menu

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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