The cooking website Chef’s Pencil researched dinner tasting menus in more than 450 restaurants around the world. This web site has the 10 most expensive Michelin-starred restaurants in the world.
And Top 10 are:
- Sublimotion, Ibiza, Spain — $1,740
- Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet, Shanghai, China — $1,422
- Kitcho Arashiyama Honten, Kyoto, Japan — $910
- Azabu Kadowaki, Tokyo, Japan — $825
- Masa, New York City, United States — $800
- (Tie) Joel Robuchon, Tokyo, Japan — $637
- (Tie) Kikunoi Honten, Kyoto, Japan — $637
- (Tie) Gion Maruyama, Kyoto, Japan — $637
- Guy Savoy, Paris, France — $615
- Piazza Duomo, Alba, Italy — $580
(Priced per person, usually not including beverages and service charges.)
Japan is the only country that appears more than once on this list, and its restaurants dominate half the 10 spots. The United States’ only restaurant to make the top 10, Masa, is also a Japanese restaurant.
Several meals at high-end Japanese restaurants are served omakase-style, where chefs choose what to serve. That lets chefs prepare “an adventure unlike any other” for “an unforgettable multi-course dining experience that features the freshest fish and various other special ingredients that are reserved for this truly unique meal.
Denmark is the most expensive country to dine at a top Michelin-starred restaurant, with tasting menus averaging $404 per person. The restaurants average cost in Singapore is $364, and in Sweden is $327. The average cost to dine at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Japan is $322, according to the report.
According to cnbc