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THE “STREET” RANKING

The Sublimotion in Ibiza: the most expensive restaurant worldwide, the Osteria Francescana at n. 21

The bill at the multi-sensory restaurant starts from 1,850 dollars, at Massimo Bottura it costs 325 dollars for the 12-course menu

The Sublimotion in Ibiza is the most expensive restaurant in the world: the bill, for what more than a dinner is a multi-sensory experience between haute cuisine, virtual reality and DJ, starts from a minimum of 1,850 dollars, more than three times the second most expensive place, the Masa in New York, world kingdom of sushi, with 595 dollars per diner, a little more than the legendary Ultraviolet in Shanghai, where the ten guests in the evening of Chef Paul Pairet spend at least 570 dollars. Here is the podium of the “Most Expensive Restaurants in the World” of 2019 signed by the American portal “The Street” (https://www.thestreet.com/), which has put in line, with receipt in hand (but strictly in dollars, ed) the 25 most expensive places in the world, where there is also the best restaurant in the Belpaese, the Osteria Francescana of Massimo Bottura, in Modena, twice at the top of the “50 Best Restaurants”, at no. 21 of this ranking: the 12-course menu costs $ 325, to which you can add the 213 for the matching wines.

Looking at the chart, dominated by the restaurants of France, USA and Japan, at no. 4 there is the Kitcho Arashiyama, three Michelin stars in Kyoto (380-570 dollars), at no. 5 the Aragawa in Tokyo, kingdom of kobe from 560 dollars per person, while at no. 6 there is the Guy Savoy Restaurant in Paris, where the 13-course menu costs 536 dollars. At no. 7, still in the French capital, the Arpege, three Michelin stars since 1996, with menus ranging from 196 to 471 dollars, followed at no. 8 by The French Laundry in Yountville, California (between $325 and $450 each), with Joël Robuchon in Las Vegas, at no. 9, which offers the most exclusive culinary experience of the “Strip” (190-445 dollars per person), and the Plaza Athénée Maison in Paris which closes the top 10, with menus, excluding drinks, between 236 and 443 dollars.

Further on, Maison Pic in Valence (n. 11) costs $135 for lunch and $426 for dinner, Restaurant Le Meurice in Paris (n. 12) $426 each, Restaurant De L’Hotel De Ville in Crisser (n. 13), Switzerland, $400, just like the Private East Room of Per Se in New York (n. 14), while Urasawa in Los Angeles (n. 15) costs $395 for the 29-course menu. And again, Alinea, in Chicago (n. 16), an account that goes from 205 to 395 dollars, Ithaa, in the island of Conrad Rengali, pearl of the Maldives (n. 17) costs 390 dollars per person, the Noma of Copenhagen (n. 18), which certainly needs no introduction, has an average receipt of 375 dollars, the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare in New York (n. 19) costs exactly 362.21 dollars and, still in the Big Apple, the Eleven Madison Park costs 335 dollars for the ten-course menu. Finally, the Osteria Francescana (n. 21), at Le Pré Catelan (n. 22) in Paris the bill ranges between $157 and $325 each, at Narisawa in Tokyo (n. 23) it takes $255 for lunch and $305 for dinner, at De Librije in Zwolle, the Netherlands (n. 24) the bill goes from 218 to 280 dollars, to which add 190-200 dollars for matching wines, and at the Schloss Schauenstein in Fürstenau, Switzerland, it is between 222 and 278 dollars per person.

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