Every once in a while, regular people like you and me splurge on good food in places like Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse or Red Lobster. That’s pretty normal. But what’s not normal is forking thousands of dollars on pizza or ice cream. Check out the world’s most expensive meals in this article:
12. Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama (Japan)
Fixed price of $599.49 per person
People dining at Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama can choose from fixed price menus with the most expensive costing $599.49 a person. It includes 10 courses with several rounds of sashimi, grilled meats, pickled vegetables, and desserts.
11. Guy Savoy Monnaie (France)
Fixed price of $536.63 per person
Renowned chef Guy Savoy opened this establishment in 2015 and it has a fabulous view of the Louvre and Pont Neuf. It offers fixed price menus with as many as 13 courses with delightful dishes that are a feast to all your sense.
10. Masa (USA)
Dinner menu $595
You get a one of a kind sushi experience at Masa which is located in New York City. They serve the finest Japanese cuisine, spearheaded by chef Masayoshi Takayama.
9. Ultraviolet (China)
Fixed price of $872.89 per person
At Ultraviolet you get a multi-sensory dining experience with a 20 course menu complete with light shows and themed music. French chef Paul Pairet created this restaurant in 2012 and continues to be well-known to this day.
8. Burger Brasserie (USA)
Burger for $777
The restaurant at Paris Las Vegas resort features this very expensive Kobe beef and Maine Lobster burger which comes with pancetta, seared foie gras, goat cheese, arugula, a hundred-year aged balsamic and BLT salad.
7. Serendipity 3 (USA)
Golden Opulence Sundae for $1,000
New York definitely has some of the priciest restaurants and Serendipity 3 is one of them. This four-figure dessert is a Tahitian vanilla ice cream covered in 24-karat gold leaf, expensive chocolates, truffles, Parisian candied fruits, and even caviar.
6. SubliMotion (Spain)
Dinner menu $1,757
In Ibiza, you can get a three-hour dining experience for $1,700 per person at SubliMotion. It’s like Ultraviolet which means you get treated to a feast for the taste buds, eyes and ears in this 15-20 course menu.
5. Norma’s (USA)
Frittata for $2,000
For the record this is not a regular frittata. The aptly named Zillion Dollar Lobster Frittata is an omelet with 10 oz of Sevurga caviar.
4. Industry Kitchen (USA)
24K* Pizza for $2,700
The 24K* Pizza at New York’s Industry Kitchen features Stilton cheese, platinum Ossetra caviar, foie gras, truffles and 24K gold leaves.
3. Fleur (USA)
Burger for $5,000
Chef Hubert Keller’s Burger 5000 (Mandalay Bay) features Wagyu beef ($100 /pound) and truffles ($1,500/pound). Plus it comes with a bottle of 1995 Chateau Petrus, which costs around $2,500.
2. Renato Viola (Italy)
Louis XIII Pizza $9,315
This is pizza fit for a king with ingredients like lobster, mozzarella di bufala and caviar and served with Champagne Krug Clos du Mesnil 1995 and Remy Martin Cognac Louis XIII.
1. The Fortress Resort and Spa (Sri Lanka)
The Fortress Stilt Fisherman Indulgence for $14,500
This dessert is a take on traditional Italian cake flavored with Irish cream, and served with mango and pomegranate compote. It has a champagne sabayon base, decorated with an 80-carat aquamarine stone, delicately placed underneath a hand-made stilt fisherman made of chocolate.
Apparently there’s a much pricier pizza than the Louis XIII, check this out: