Skilled chefs can offer you a full menu tasting that can be a magical journey that will otherwise not be easily orchestrated. In the hands of an overenthusiastic chef it can reach to extremes, with menus that have 12 to 18 dishes, in amounts that nobody can eat, although rumors say that gourmet dishes have small amount of food. Prices vary depending on the materials, the restaurant and quantities, while these are often very good suggestions in quality/price ratio, there are always restaurants that for most people are unapproachable. The following menus are the most expensive that you can find in this world. Enjoy…

Masa, New York

The sushi chef of this famous restaurant is Masa Takayama, who is considered one of the best working in the U.S.. The Masa oversees and personally prepares the food. The most famous dishes are risotto with sea urchin and foie gras cooked in a pan shabu-shabu. The price is 683 euros for two people and an 18 course menu!

Masa, New York

Masa, New York

L’Arpège, Paris

The Alain Passard cooks mostly vegetables from the garden. The restaurant has three Michelin stars but the famous dish is the Oeuf à la Coque. It is a lightly cooked egg with crème fraîche, blueberry syrup, vinegar and spices. Does not sound great but there are many who travel to Paris for this dish. The price is 700 euros for two people and a 10 course menu.

L’Arpège, Paris

L’Arpège, Paris

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee, Paris

One of the most renowned restaurants in France, with the chef Christophe Saintagne, who mainly uses luxurious materials. Favorite dishes are served cold crayfish with caviar pie guinea fowl with black truffle ravioli with foie gras. The price is 743 euros for two people and a 6 course menu.

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee, Paris

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee, Paris

Guy Savoy, Paris

This restaurant has the first place among the most expensive. The favorite dishes are oysters with lemon puree and garlic, asparagus with caviar and smoked egg sampagion. The price is 933 euros for two people and an 18 course menu.

Guy Savoy, Paris

Guy Savoy, Paris

By Nicole P.

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