Top 3 most expensive menus of the world!

Eating out is always a pleasure but fine dining is an exhilarating experience where you soak in the wonderful ambience and get pampered by the chefs to savor their “finely crafted masterpieces” cooked with the best of the ingredients. Of course, like all fine things, exclusive dining comes at a price and if you don’t mind paying for it, you get to savor the best and the exclusive. Forbes listed out the most expensive menus in the world and not surprisingly, the top three were from Paris!
Let’s take a look at them.

larpege paris

L’Arpege, Paris: Serves the most expensive menu that comes at $466. Chef Alain Passard grows his own vegetables and fruits in an organic farm about 100 miles outside Paris. The produce leaves fresh from the farm early in a high speed train to reach just in time for the lunch. The signature dessert is a candied tomato stuffed with 12 kinds of dried and fresh fruit, served with anise-flavored ice cream. Of course, you just can’t walk-in to enjoy your dinner there. Reservations are made 2 weeks in advance! Like it is said great things are worth the wait!


Alain Ducasse Plaza Athenee, Paris: In his Plaza Athenee restaurant, Alain Ducasse offers his guests modern and authentic French dishes for $437 in which the flavours of the ingredients are given pride of place. This Parisian ’symphony’ is conducted by the skilled and experienced chef, Christophe Moret. Guests can put together their own menu, choosing from a range of dishes from different cultures, regions or based on different produce.


Guy Savoy, Paris: Art is on the menu here and the chef Guy Savoy believes that cooking is the art of turning food into pure happiness. His signature dish is artichoke and black truffle soup, served with a layered brioche with mushrooms and truffle butter. A nine course menu would lighten your wallet by $402.The restaurant site asks you to dress in harmony with the aesthetics and elegance of its surroundings.

Bon Apetit!



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