November 10, 2015 12:06 am

Most Expensive Restaurant 2015 Up To $1,900/person

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-Sublimotion

Restaurants nowadays offer a lot of dining experience. Various menu, different atmosphere, and hospitality crew is a good combination for a pleasant experience. Now, eating in a restaurant is not just to try new cuisine that couldn’t be offered in our kitchen house, but dining in a restaurant is become a lifestyle. There are a lot of places that people could visit to get different dining experience. Such as resturant as listed on world’s best restaurant 2015.

For those people who love to have luxury dining experience in fancy restaurant, below list of most expensive restaurant 2015 will be a good reference to be put on thier travel-bucket-list.

Ithaa Undersea RestaurantMaldives

ithaa-undersea-restaurant

Having listed as the unique restaurant with stunning view, Ithaa Restaurant also listed up as the top 10 of most expensive restaurant 2015. It will cost approximately $500/person to get the unforgettable dining experience in Ithaa Restaurant which located sixteen feet below sea level. Compared with exclusively space (only 14 seats) and 180-degree panoramic views of the ocean, those price are worth.

La Zebra Chef’s Table, Tulum, Mexico

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-La-Zebra-Chef’s-Table

The beachfront restaurant boasts an authentic Mexican ingredients and recipes, Chef Eleazar Bonilla then creatively and expertly transforms them into culinary creations for the modern table. Through their New Chef’s Table, guest will be able to watch Chef Bonilla and his team cook in an open kitchen. To get this dining experience, guest need to make a reservation 3 days prior, and there is minimum spend of $500 USD + 18% service, tax included.

Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas

The main dining room inside Joël Robuchon Restaurant

The restaurant is offering seasonal new French degustation menu of 16 courses by three-Michelin-starred Chef Joël Robuchon. Designed with luxurious Art Deco townhouse complete with a lush garden terrace and marble floors, guest will certainly forget that they are on a casino floor. With quiet and intimate ambiance, this restaurant is a perfect escape for people who seeking for different atmosphere in Las Vegas. As the only Three Michelin Star and AAA Five Diamond restaurant in Las Vegas, dining in Joel Rabuchon will cost approximately $600 – $1800 / person.

Le Meurice, Paris, France

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-Le-Meurice

The restaurant décor is anything but simple, the room itself was designed after the Salon de la Paix at the Palace of Versailles and features crystal chandeliers, opulent bronze and marble accents, and antique mirrors and murals. The pure-style French food by three-Michelin-starred Chef Alain Ducasse is about bringing the taste back-to-basics. Chef’s collection menu is $700 / person for six courses and changes seasonally.

Masa New York, N.Y.

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-Masa

Located inside the Time Warner Center, guest are freely to choose either inside the intentionally simplistic dining room or at the expanded hinoki-wood sushi bar. The branches of seasonal plants are arranged daily to highlight the beautiful imperfections of nature, offering a unique perspective from all angles. A tasty and high quality sushi from three-Michelin-starred Chef Masayoshi Takayama will create a memorable dining experience with only $800/person. His goal is to bring “umami to the outside”, therefore he imports fish from Japan for toro and uni creations that will melt perfectly in your mouth.

Alinea, Chicago

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-Alinea-Chicago

With three Michelin stars Chef Grant Achatz and a James Beard Award for best service to its name, no wonder this restaurant become one of the best restaurant and top 5 of most expensive restaurant 2015 that cost more than $600/person. Alinea has been universally praised for its innovative approach to modernist cuisine. The dishes are scrupulously designed and have been described as avant-garde, sensual, and playful. Known for its molecular gastronomy, Pacific Seaweed and helium balloon are the must-try items that will give the unexpected experience.

Kitcho, Kyoto, Japan

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-Kitcho

Three generations of chefs have contributed to the famous Kitcho name and now-chain. Leaded by Chef Kunio Tokuoka, the three-star Michelin restaurant is known for its exclusivity and traditions originating from Japanese tea ceremonies that chef Kunio has maintained. With approximately cost more than $600/person, well advance reservation are suggested during spring and fall.

The French Laundry, Yountville, Calif. V

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-The-French-Laundry

Desiring to bring fine French cuisine to wine country, three-starred Michelin restaurants Chef Thomas Keller opened up his now-famed shop inside a century old stone cottage that was operated as a French steam laundry in the 1920s. Seating 72 guests at a time, the intimate farmhouse is known for its top-notch service and superb rotating daily menu around $600 – $2000 / person.

The Restaurant at Meadowood, St. Helena, Calif. 

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-The-Restaurant

Chef Christopher Kostow brings thoughtful creations to his modern American restaurant at Meadowood resort in Napa Valley. Designed with a warm home-setting through comfy leather chairs, a coal- and wood-burning oven illuminating the kitchen, makes the restaurant looks like fine-dining but not stuffy. Rustic luxury is the best word to describe it. To enjoy dining experience in The Restaurant will cost approximately $600 – $1000, and guest are not allowed to wear casual suit.

Sublimotion by Paco Roncero: Ibiza, Spain.

Infossible_Most-Expensive-Restaurant-2015-Sublimotion

Here is the number one of most expensive restaurant 2015 ; Sublimotion. The multi-sensory concept takes place in a room that has 360-degree projection capability and one communal table for 12. It costs $1,900 per person for three hours of dinner theater. The meal is designed by two Michelin stars, Chef Paco Roncero which successfully blend art, gastronomy, and technology with food to immerse all of the senses. Using virtual reality, edible props, and choreographed surprises, guest will get the year 2050 of diner experience.

Consider to spent over $1,900 to get those pleasure dining experience?